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Sen. Dianne Feinstein is Sinking into Senility

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After an almost three-month medical hiatus, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), 89, returned to Congress this week, drawing attention to her advanced age and declining health.

In an exclusive report, Rolling Stone has revealed that Feinstein’s office has implemented a discreet on-call system over the years, intended to prevent the Senator from navigating the Capitol alone. This system, however, remained unknown to Feinstein herself.

At any given time, a staff member stood ready to accompany the Senator if she ventured from her office, fueled by concerns over potential unsupervised interactions with reporters. This safeguard has reportedly been operational for a significant period.

“They will not let her leave by herself, but she doesn’t even know it,” Jamarcus Purley, a former staffer within Feinstein’s office told Rolling Stone.

In other words, she’s senile — or pretty darn close to it.

Feinstein, who was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1992, has been a champion for gun control during her years in office. She sponsored the ’94 ban on so-called “assault weapons” that lasted 10 years, expiring in 2004.

Over the years, she’s either sponsored or co-sponsored the following bills (none of which have become law):

  1. Assault Weapons Ban of 2019 (S. 66): Feinstein introduced this bill in January 2019. It aimed to ban the sale, manufacture, transfer, and importation of 205 “military-style assault weapons” by name. It also sought to ban any “assault weapon” that accepts a detachable ammunition magazine and has one or more military characteristics.
  2. Automatic Gunfire Prevention Act (S. 1916 in 2017): Following the 2017 Las Vegas shooting, Feinstein introduced this bill. The legislation aimed to ban bump stocks and trigger cranks.
  3. Pause for Safety Act (S. 2272 in 2014): Feinstein co-sponsored this legislation, which sought to give people a way to seek a gun violence prevention order from a court to temporarily stop someone who poses a threat to himself, herself, or others from purchasing or possessing a firearm.

Looking ahead, the question of course is — is she fit to remain in office?

And if the answer is “no,” because she is experiencing severe cognitive decline that’s impossible to ignore, then what should happen to this guy:

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