G. McConway
November 17, 2022

REPORT: Feinstein Showing Signs of Alzheimer’s/Dementia in Reporter Encounter

An interaction between Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Insider reporter Bryan Metzger should be cause for great concern on both sides of the aisle.

If Metzger's report is accurate, Feinstein must be removed from office immediately.

While I am no medical expert, the report as it was relayed seems to show clear signs that Feinstein's mental deterioration is to the point that she can no longer perform her duties.

I would even go so far as to say that she is now a security risk.

Did I Say That?

Last month, Senator Feinstein told the Washington Post that she is not interested in being named the Senate pro tem, which would put her third in line to be the president behind Harris and the House Speaker.

Metzger wanted to confirm that report with Feinstein this week.

When he asked her about it, she answered, "Well, I haven't thought about it, but I'll let you know when I do.

"I just got back, I've had a lot of issues."

Her aide had to jump in and remind her that she had, in fact, discussed the matter with another reporter.

She replied, "I don't know what you're saying."

The aide came back, "You were asked about it over the break, and you put out a statement saying that you had no intention of running for it."

Feinstein then stated, "Okay, well, then, I guess it's out."

This is a woman with access to classified information, not to mention she is voting on legislation that impacts everyone in this country.

This is now the second report on such behavior.

Schumer must be aware of her condition, yet he is more worried about his majority than he is about the security of this nation, not to mention Feinstein's well-being.

This woman needs medical help, and she clearly needs it now.

Source: The Blaze

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