@SenFeinstein lost the endorsement of California Democrats.— 🇺🇸SUZYQ4TRUMP ❤️👠 (@Rainbow_Whisper) September 16, 2018
Now, desperate to hold on to her US Senate seat, she's gone completely off the rails.
The charade of #Feinstein needs to end this November. pic.twitter.com/Hxer3LvYJr
Senator Feinstein Is Behaving Rather Strangely https://t.co/Wdq3aeXtAS— National Review (@NRO) September 16, 2018
...Why did Feinstein sit on the letter for months? Because she isn’t confident in its allegations, and can’t corroborate them. Why did she refuse to share it with anyone else in the Senate? Because she isn’t confident in its allegations, and can’t corroborate them. Why did she redact its author’s name when making a show of sending it to the FBI? Because she isn’t confident in the allegations, and can’t corroborate them. Why did BuzzFeed, which knew about this last week, and which hardly has high standards in this area, decline to take the story further? Because its editors were not confident in it, and couldn’t corroborate it. Etc., etc. Unless there is something inordinately peculiar going on here, this is simply not how people in possession of bombshell information tend to behave....
BREAKING: Sen. Feinstein demanding FBI investigate Kavanaugh accusation, even tho she knows FBI's background investigation of judge is closed & bureau not doing any further investigation;also, no federal crime involved & even if there was, statute of limitations expired long ago— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 17, 2018
Is Dianne Feinstein the Most Corrupt Senator in the United States?https://t.co/X1mrKaaHuc— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 17, 2018
Starting in 1996, as China was aggressively currying favor w his wife, Blum was able to take large stakes in Chinese state-run steel & food cos & has brokered over $100 mil in deals in China since then—w the help of partners who sit on boards of PLA frontshttps://t.co/AO0YH9e9WN— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 17, 2018