Dianne Feinstein – At 85 and in her 6th term as senator, Feinstein is being challenged by a far more radical Democrat, Kevin de León (the accent was added to Mr. de León’s name in midlife to enhance his ethnic authenticity).
Feinstein says she had the new “evidence” about Judge Brett Kavanaugh in her possession for at least six weeks. And now, at the 11th hour after the confirmation hearings are over, it could gin up enough hysteria, without formal refutation, to sink his nomination to the Supreme Court.
Recently, we learned that, for nearly 20 years, she (Feinstein) was cuckolded by unknowingly hiring and retaining a chauffeur and personal gofer who all the while was a Chinese spy — a disclosure suggesting that the former chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee was, well, not exactly so intelligent.
Kamala Harris – The California senator became much better known recently for her interrupting, sermonizing and shouting at the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.
John Kerry – Obama’s secretary of state is not to be outdone. Apparently.
Kerry is seeking to reassure the Iranians that Trump’s recent cancellation of the deal is felt to be a mistake by sober and judicious Washington establishmentarians such as himself. Further, if the two such transnational professionals can maintain deep-state negotiations apart from and contrary to the current U.S. government, one day calm with Tehran will be restored by the likes of none other than John Kerry.
Paul Manafort was indicted in part for being an unregistered foreign agent. John Kerry (“I am trying to work with the Iranians to nullify the current official policy of the U.S. government.”) feels that he should be praised as paragon of moral virtue for the same offense.
Elizabeth Warren – VDH outlines the senator from Massachusetts’ claims:
(A)n anonymous op-ed in the New York Times and unsubstantiated charges from unnamed sources in Bob Woodward’s book Fear are now grounds for removing from office an elected president through the invocation of the 25th Amendment.
Follow further the law professor’s logic: Produce an unsigned accusation or write a book based on gossip of unnamed informants, and, presto, the president is proven nuts and should be removed. I suppose the anonymous op-ed and concurrent Woodward exposé fueled by anonymous sources will be short-cut substitutes for impeachment and a trial in the Senate.
Elizabeth Warren is also a pretty smart real estate tycoon. She had a lot of success in the past in flipping houses even though she didn’t build them (“you can make big money buying houses and flipping them quickly”).
Cory Booker – The Spartacus senator cried, “bring it on,” as he announced that he was bravely and boldly releasing unclassified information at the Kavanaugh hearings.
Only, he didn’t, VDH reminds readers:
Booker knew that his supposedly explosive leaked information had already been declassified and was in fact mundane.
Weirder still, Booker apparently did not grasp or care that the documents reflected positively, not negatively, on Kavanaugh’s character. Psychodrama soon became farce when Booker chimed up “I am Spartacus” — as if he were a Roman slave willing to be crucified for the principle of not revealing the true identity of the slave leader Spartacus in his midst.
No one could sort out the logic of all of Booker’s incoherent metaphors and so concluded that while he was obviously buffoonish, he might be unhinged as well.
Maxine Water – The congresswoman used to be known for her past improprieties of using her office for personal and family gain. Now the octogenarian Water is rallying the troops, encouraging thuggish behavior toward government officials:
“If you see anybody from that (Trump) Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – The former Westchester County resident and the new superstar of the Democratic socialists promises that a new generation of socialists such as herself will take the party hard leftward to perpetual electoral dominance.
To prove the growing popularity of redistributive socialism, she, in a designer outfit, recently posed with a hardhat construction worker. Cost of the outfit? $3,505.
- Gabriela Hearst double-breasted wool-blend blazer ($1,990)
- Gabriela Hearst pants ($890)
- Monolo Blahnik shoes ($625).
Julia Salazar – Newly elected candidate for NY state legislature is another “young, zealous, female identity-politics socialist,” who may give Ocasio-Cortez a run for her money on the progressive front. VDH points out:
Oddly, almost everything that Salazar has said to enhance her progressive credentials is untrue …
Salazar is not an immigrant; she did not grow up impoverished; she is not part Jewish; and she did not graduate from Columbia University.