The aging leadership of the Democrat party is certainly painting a positive outlook for their future, as California Senator Diane Feinstein told activists outside her home over the weekend that President Trump’s days in office are numbered by his own choice.
Senator Feinstein, who famously said during a CBS interview in 1995 that she wanted an outright ban on firearms in America, was addressing Democrat supporters outside her home in Los Angeles last week when she spoke about the future of President Donald Trump.
The Democrat activists were pressing Feinstein, age 83, on Trump’s alleged connections to Russia as well as asking when he will be impeached.
A journalist in the crowd asked Feinstein about Trump’s business interests, automatically assuming he’s breaking the law.
“We don’t know what’s happening but we know that he is breaking laws every day, he’s making money at Mar-a-lago, he’s getting copyrights in China, he has obvious dealings with Russia, the Dakota pipeline… there’s some many things that he’s doing that are unconstitutional… how are we going to get him out?
Feinstein respond by saying there are “a lot of people looking at this”, reinforcing that they are “technical people”, and concludes that President Trump is going to leave office on his own accord.
We have a lot of people looking at this… Technical people… I think he’s going to get himself out… I think sending sons to another country to make a financial deal for his company and then have that covered with government expenses… I think those government expenses should not be allowed.. we are working on a bill that will deal with conflict of interest… it’s difficult…
Senator Feinstein ironically mentions Trump’s alleged business profits due to his involvement in the government, when it was Feinstein’s own husband who benefited from a bill she introduced in 2009, which would route $25 billion in taxpayer money to a government agency that awarded her husband’s real estate firm a lucrative contract to sell foreclosed properties.
More recently Dianne Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum, was in line to receive $1 billion in commissions for his company from a government plan to sell 56 US Postal Service buildings.
Feinstein certainly has a rich history of leveraging her government influence to make her husband, and thus her, extremely wealthy. In fact, as of 2012, Senator Diane Feinstein was in the top 10 wealthiest members of Congress with a minimum net worth of $43 million and up to an estimated $99 million at the high end.
If any politician is reaping the financial benefits of being a lawmaker, it’s Senator Feinstein, as Donald Trump has more than made enough wealth from his own business ventures prior to running for office.
At age 86, maybe it’s time Feinstein retires quietly to a nice home where she can pursue her wild fantasies to her heart’s content. Perhaps she can explain to her flower garden how she’s going to be replacing Trump as president next year.
Watch the following video to hear Feinstein’s response to how her husband’s business directly benefited from bills she supported, and at about the 1:25 mark she makes her statement about Trump leaving office.
— Javier Panzar (@jpanzar) March 17, 2017
Delusional Diane Feinstein thinks, after a year and half of campaigning and being attacked by the media, Donald Trump finally gets into office only to resign months later at the behest of the Democrats? Doesn’t sound too likely, especially considering Trump’s extreme desire to win and make America great again.