The following edicts from Dianne Feinstein’s office, decoded here for you:
“Sadly, Senator Feinstein passed away last night at her home in Washington, D.C. Her passing is a great loss for so many, from those who loved and cared for her to the people of California that she dedicated her life to serving.”
The old lady brought home the loot. Even after her cognition turned to dust, her name alone was enough to ensure other people could get their unearned billions thanks to the aristocracy of pull — HER pull. Having pull when you no longer even know you have pull? THAT’S pull. In a strange way, that’s a form of achievement, you might say.
“Senator Feinstein never backed away from a fight for what was just and right.”
Senator Feinstein never backed away from a deal that would enrich herself or her constituents with other people’s money. She never backed away from the opportunity to make herself look powerful. She never missed a chance to morally condemn those who actually CREATED wealth for having “too much” wealth — while grabbing everything she could through political pull alone. She represented the inversion of meritocracy, morally and economically. For that, the ruthlessly amoral twits who dominate contemporary government and corporate life will applaud her (and her kind).
“At the same time, she was always willing to work with anyone, even those she disagreed with, if it meant bettering the lives of Californians or the betterment of our nation.”
At the same time, she was always available for purchase if it meant she could absorb more power and more ill-gotten gain. She did it for the State, the most sacred State of California, the breeding ground for malignant, willful irrationality in what’s left of America.
“There are few women who can be called senator, chairman, mayor, wife, mom and grandmother.”
There are few women (grandmothers, especially) who can be accurately called a legalized gangster, a glorified sociopath, a depraved looter, a bought-and-sold traitor and nasty as she wants to be — few who can be called those things, and then celebrated for those very qualities in death. Yes, a woman (an old woman, at that) can be a rotten mobster just like a man. Hooray for progress, and hooray for progressives like Ms. Feinstein!
“Senator Feinstein was a force of nature who made an incredible impact on our country and her home state.”
Senator Feinstein was a creature of the creepy, fascist oligarchy that used to be a republican form of government and sadly morphed into something far worse than America’s founders ever dreaded to envision. She was a force of other people’s money. She was a parasite masquerading as an achiever, simply by sitting in a Senator’s chair for 75 years or so and pretending to be generating something of actual, objective value.
Most of her money was generated by a Federal Reserve, inflationary fiat currency policy (read the better economists like Hazlitt, von Mises, Friedman for a definition) whose ultimate legacy will be to impoverish and perhaps even starve or kill millions of people … People who were ignorantly counting on the fruits of capitalism to continue even after capitalism’s demise (a demise orchestrated by notables such as Dianne Feinstein). If speaking from the grave, viewing all the destruction, Senator Feinstein could say, with conviction, “I helped with all that.”
“She left a legacy that is undeniable and extraordinary. There is much to say about who she was and what she did, but for now, we are going to grieve the passing of our beloved boss, mentor and friend.”
The torch is passed. Well, the line of her share in $50 trillion credit is passed. We’ll get Kamala or someone like that to bring home the unearned, stolen loot now. Wow — a few years of Kamala will make Dianne Feinstein look like a woman of high character! Easy come, easy go. Long live Commuinsm and fascism, repackaged as “progressivism.” Long live the State of California, including His Holiness Gavin Newsom who will select the dead Senator’s replacement.
Dianne Feinstein? Come on, man. She’s easily replaced. She’s already replaced.
She was only a cog in the wheel. And it’s only funny money, after all.
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