Dianne Feinstein Staffers Are Worried

According to a report, Dianne Feinstein’s (D-CA) acquaintances are allegedly shocked that she won’t resign from the US Senate now that she has far more serious health issues than was previously thought.

Despite reports depicting Feinstein in a condition of significant cognitive impairment, the 89-year-old senator recently reappeared in Congress following a protracted sick leave, raising fresh doubts about whether she is capable of completing her responsibilities. 

A recent report detailed the severity of Feinstein’s illness and the impact it has had on her life.

The New York Times said that persons close to Feinstein say it is horrifying to watch her continue to function in her condition, indicating the amount of worry for her well-being. Democratic contributor and Feinstein backer Susie Tompkins Buell said the Senator should step down, despite Feinstein’s previous rejections of such calls.

Buell added that Feinstein could not be knowledgeable or involved in the Senate’s crucial, demanding task, and she cannot get the time she needs to recuperate. Therefore, Buell thinks she should resign, but Feinstein doesn’t seem interested in her frame of mind.

A report reveals that The population of Washington DC is increasingly skewed toward older adults, and this trend shows no signs of abating. But word spread around DC that Senator Dianne Feinstein is experiencing a mental deterioration that would make Joe Biden appear like Albert Einstein.

According to a recent article in the San Francisco Chronicle, a Democrat congressman from California had a lengthy talk with Sen. Dianne Feinstein and braced himself for a rigorous policy debate similar to the ones he’d had with her over the course of the past 15 years. Instead, the congressman said they had to repeatedly identify themselves to Feinstein over several hours.

Senator Dianne Feinstein’s age is given as 89. It would be unexpected if her mental faculties were stable. Her cognitive unfitness is easily understood. What is puzzling is why she remains in the Senate.