B.J. Clinton, among other misdeeds, raped a woman while an elected official in Arkansas, sexually molested woman, used hie position to gain sexual favors, and lied about it under oath.  Yet Senator Diane Feinstein is on record as asserting that none of these crimes and misconduct impaired B.J. Clinton’s ability to serve as President.

On her other paw, Feinstein claims some secret evident that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in high school, Feinstein will not, or can not say, just what, that disqualifies Kavanaugh from serving on the Supreme Court, from American Thinker:

Yesterday, Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein claimed that an anonymous woman may have accused Brett Kavanaugh of doing something in high school.

While the fake news media are having a field day, the truth is that only two Democrats have seen the letter, the person who wrote the letter is refusing to come forward, and we haven’t been told what the letter claims, but we have been told that it dates back to when Kavanaugh was in high school.


Actually, I’m even older than that.  I remember when Feinstein told us Clinton’s lying under oath in order to avoid losing a #MeToo lawsuit had nothing to do with his fitness to be president.  She did say Clinton’s actions were “immoral, deplorable, and indefensible” and merited “strong condemnation and censure.”  Given that she voted to acquit Clinton, it would seem that Feinstein believes that being guilty of immoral, deplorable, and indefensible things has no bearing on a person’s suitability to be president.

But, apparently, anonymous sources claiming undefined things are enough to cause Feinstein to be even more upset at Kavanaugh

Feinstein is not saying what Kavanaugh either did or was imagined to have done.  Yet the alleged incident was so trivial that it did not affect Kavanaugh high school graduation, acceptance and graduation for both college and law school, or register on at least three FBI background checks.

Moreover, Feinstein never revealed the allegation to the Senate Judiciary Committee, and never used, or allowed her democrat colleagues to use, the information in questioning of Kavanaugh. For example, Kamala Harris bore in on Kavanaugh for some alleged meeting with some alleged lawyer for which Harris no record

In short, this was not merely a Hail Mary, it a fart into a gale.

2 Responses to “Diane Feinstein: a Fart Into the Wind”

  1. Tactics like DiFi’s are the main reason Eric can never run for public office.

  2. And now we know who got felt up, or at least who is getting paid to claim she was felt up.

    How long till this story collapses?

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A woman who had anonymously accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct in the early 1980s decided to go public with her accusations and provided details of the alleged incident, the Washington Post reported on Sunday.

    In an interview with the newspaper, Christine Blasey Ford said that as a high school student in suburban Maryland just outside of Washington, a “stumbling drunk” Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed, groped her and attempted to remove her clothing.

    No Polaroids = No Story.