Senator Dianne Feinstein Dies in Office

In what has become the norm, politicians are dying in office. Such is the case of Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)

The breaking news that everyone saw coming is that Feinstein has passed away at the age of 90. She had represented California since 1992.

Senator Dianne Feinstein has died at 90 years old, ABC7 Insider Phil Matier has confirmed. Her career was one of many firsts. She was the first woman president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, the first woman mayor of San Francisco, and one of two of the first women elected to the U.S. Senate from California.

“Dianne Feinstein, right from the start, was an icon for women in politics,” said former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Senator Chuck Schumer adds, “She’s a legend. A legend in California as the first woman senator. A legend in the Senate. She was the leader on so many different issues.”

While tragic, Feinstein’s death speaks volumes.

One can argue that Feinstein stopped serving California a few years back as her health deteriorated. And after multiple injuries and demonstrative brain fog, the powers that be kept the woman in her position.

The question begs, “How well can the walking dead represent their constituents?”

Feinstein’s death couldn’t come at a more poignant time in the nation’s history as we witness the insanity of the coverup for Joe Biden’s mental incapacity.

I spoke recently of how the media and other Leftists try to convince America and the world that Joe Biden’s age is an advantage. Yes, Leftists are that delusional, but not about Biden. They are delusional in thinking they can sell America and the world on Biden’s mental health.

Certainly the passing of Feinstein should make voters take note of Biden’s physical and mental health.

The seat Feinstein held in the Senate will now be filled by California Gov. Gavin Newsom. Sources report that Newsom will not be appointing any as a head start on the 2024 election (Feinstein had planned to retire at that point). Rather, he will be putting in place a “caretaker” who isn’t running to hold the seat permanently.


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