Ryan E.
September 2, 2023

Nikki Haley: Senate 'Most Privileged Nursing Home In The Country'

The United States Senate is the home of California's Dianne Feinstein, who is 90 years old and still holding elected office despite not being able to walk or communicate well.

The upper chamber is also the home of Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who is 81 years old and often enters a seizure-like state while in public.

As a result of people like Feinstein and McConnell, Republican presidential hopeful Nikki Haley has a new nickname for the Senate.

The "most privileged nursing home in the country."

She's right.

These people aren't capable of wiping mashed potatoes off their chins, but we're supposed to expect them to make decisions on behalf of millions and millions of people?

This is supposed to be the exact thing that America's democratic system was built to prevent.

Career politicians have spent their entire lives finding loopholes in our democracy, though.

"It's sad," Haley said about the state of Senate. "No one should feel good about seeing that any more than we should feel good about seeing Dianne Feinstein, any more than we should feel good about a lot of what’s happening or seeing Joe Biden’s decline."

"What I will say is, right now, the Senate is the most privileged nursing home in the country," Haley said. "I mean, Mitch McConnell has done some great things, and he deserves credit. But you have to know when to leave." She added:

I think that we do need mental competency tests for anyone over the age of 75, I wouldn’t care if they did them over the age of 50.

That's actually a great idea.

Until liberals figure out a way to weaponize that as well, just like they did America's court system in their fight against Donald Trump.

Haley concluded by saying "These are people making decisions on our national security. They’re making decisions on our economy, on the border. We need to know they’re at the top of their game."

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