The selective outrage of fake feminist Senator Diane Feinstein


There are 49 Democrat senators in Washington, DC. Most of them are corrupt, dishonest, awful people. They are for the most part anti-America, which is why they are fighting President Trump’s pro-America policies intensely. However, if you were to rank the 49 Democrat senators on their depravity, Senator Diane Feinstein would be near the top of the list.

Senator Feinstein was elected to the Senate in 1992, during the so called “Year of the Women.” Like the “Me Too” movement of 2018, the women who represented the “Year of Women” movement are frauds. Diane Feinstein exploited the Anita Hill hearings to become the first woman elected to the Senate from the state of California. She has marketed herself as a champion of women’s rights, which is laughable.

Senator Feinstein’s passion for women’s rights does not include women who accuse any of her fellow Democrats or supporters of sexual misconduct. The same Senator Feinstein who is trying to defame and destroy Judge Kavanaugh, by demanding an investigation into an alleged sexual assault 36 years ago, did nothing to support Juanita Broaddrick when she accused President Clinton of raping her. Feinstein couldn’t have cared less. Where has Senator Feinstein been in defending Karen Monahan, the former girlfriend of Rep. Keith Ellison, who has accused Ellison of domestic abuse? Feinstein had also accepted donations from sexual predator Harvey Weinstein, and has consistently dodged questions about the possibility of returning Weinstein’s donations.

In the Middle East, Feinstein has been a staunch supporter of the “Palestinian” Authority, despite their atrocious record of women’s rights violations. Feinstein also supported the Iran nuclear deal, which showered Iran’s leaders with billions of dollars, despite their subjugation of Iranian women.

Senator Feinstein doesn’t care about women’s rights. Senator Feinstein cares about damaging President Trump’s presidency and obtaining further political power. Like her party, Senator Feinstein is an evil fraud.

“Dianne Feinstein only believes women if they accuse Republicans of sexual assault,” by Philip Wegmann, Washington Examiner, September 17, 2018:

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Christine Ford has made disturbing allegations of attempted sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. While they are serious and while they should be investigated, that does nothing to change the fact that Senate Democrats have no credibility on the issue.

The same Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who now demands an excruciating investigation of the Ford allegations, didn’t bat an eye when a sitting president was credibly accused of rape.

Feinstein, along with Dick Durbin of Illinois, Chuck Schumer of New York, and Patty Murray of Washington were in Congress when Juanita Broaddrick accused then President Bill Clinton of raping her (Clinton was not a teenager at the time) in his hotel room during his first gubernatorial race in Arkansas in 1978. The Senate was in the middle of an impeachment trial in 1999 and not one of those Democrats called for an investigation into the Broaddrick accusations.

This does not mean that Ford should now be dismissed out of hand. But it indicates Senate Democrats’ opportunism.

Feinstein and company knew of the Broaddrick allegations. She had been interviewed by independent counsel Kenneth Starr’s office and some of the details had leaked publicly. They could read allegations that Clinton lured Broaddrick to his hotel room by switching the location of a meeting at the last moment, that she resisted and he persisted pushing her onto the bed, that the forcible sex left her shaken and bruised. Either they ignored it, or worse, never even bothered to examine the evidence.

Others found the material more than convincing. According to the New York Times, “a dozen or so representatives” actually reviewed the testimony Broaddrick gave to Starr. “In some cases,” the Times then reported, “reading the Broaddrick files ended the representatives’ qualms and made them feel at peace with their decisions to support impeachment.”

It didn’t rile Feinstein or any of the other Democrats in the Senate.

They didn’t interview Broaddrick, let alone any of her friends—Louise Ma, Susan Lewis, and Jean Darden—who told NBC News that Broaddrick had told them “that she had been raped by Bill Clinton.”

They didn’t ask for Norma Rogers to take a polygraph to corroborate how she found Broaddrick laying in the hotel room with a bruised upper lip, “crying and in ‘a state of shock.’”

They didn’t do anything back then….

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