I watched Diane Feinstein oversee San Francisco’s darkest night. Mayor Moscone had been assassinated by Dan White in San Francisco. 900 people from the People’s Temple were killed by Jim Jones in a South American jungle. She acquitted herself with honor, strength and wisdom.
Today, I don’t know this woman. What my heart says is that person who held a city together is still in there—somewhere. My mind tells me that what we have now is a cold, cynical, calculating politician throwing a bone to the hard left in order to win reelection.
A George Soros funded educator has gone public with an accusation that Brett Kavanagh—nominee for the Supreme Court—sexually assaulted her back in high school. A charge he vehemently denies.
I don’t expect everyone to believe me but in my soul where it matters, I know this accusation is a lie. More importantly, Diane knows this is a lie. She knows, that we know, if there was anything to this story, it would have come out a long time ago. The timing does not pass the smell test—it stinks to high heaven.
Diane has caved to the Socialist, Me Too#, Antifa, Kill Trump wing of the Democratic Party. She has lit her torch to the fire of the crazed villagers.
I picture her pounding at the mirror—knowing full well she is lying—repeating over and over again, “it’s for the greater good, it’s for the greater good.”
By running this Kabuki Theater, the Left has utterly disgraced itself. When Bill Maher admits “this makes us look bad” you know they have disgraced themselves.
How disgusting are California Democrats, if they’re telling the world this is how you win our vote in California. Diane can no longer run as the voice of reason in the wacko world of Maxine Waters, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders. Her integrity has been drowned out—finally, by her own hand.
Kavanaugh will be confirmed. No proof of the assault will be found. This too shall pass. But what must never pass in the mind of any believer…is what you are doing to your soul, you country, and your children if you pull a lever for any Democrat this November. Why? Because if Diane—the last bastion of reason—is gone, the whole party is gone.