G. McConway
August 17, 2023

Feinstein’s Daughter Alleged Senator Victim of Elder Abuse

Several weeks ago, we did a report regarding Senator Feinstein’s medical bills.

In that report, Feinstein alleged the estate of her late husband was refusing to reimburse her for medical bills.

The estate denied all allegations, but now a lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Feinstein by her daughter, alleging she is the victim of elder abuse.

The Suit

The trustees of the estate, Michael Klein and Marc Scholvinck, have been accused of elder abuse by Feinstein and her daughter, Katherine.

They claim that the estate “wrongfully” withheld financial distributions. Feinstein’s late husband, Richard Blum, died in 2022, reported the Daily Caller.

Attorneys for the estate have fired back, accusing the younger Feinstein of “unconscionably” filing an ill-willed lawsuit.

Attorney Steven Braccini stated that the trustees “have acted ethically and appropriately at all times; the same cannot be said for Katherine Feinstein. This filing is unconscionable.

“The trustees have always respected Senator Feinstein and always will. But this has nothing to do with her needs and everything to do with her daughter’s avarice.”

Feinstein was out of office for about two months after coming down with a case of shingles, which inevitably led to other medical problems.

She missed more than 90 votes during that time, and Democrat leadership started to pressure her to return or risk losing her committee assignments.

Feinstein did finally return but she was clearly in no shape, mentally or physically, to be back at work.

Leadership could have cared less, however, because all they wanted was that vote, as was evidenced by how many judiciary appointments have been pushed through since she returned.

Of the six judges that have been approved, three of them went right down the party line, reported CNN. Point being, had Feinstein not been there, these judges never get the nod, which is why Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) had Feinstein so rattled about losing her committee positions.

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