CLASH POLL: Whose Mental Fitness Do You Question More, Biden Or Feinstein?

Written by Wes Walker on April 18, 2022

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If we keep electing people born before we entered the Nuclear Age, let alone the Cold War, should problems like this one really surprise us?

Biden was born in 1942. Nancy Pelosi was born in 1940. And Dianne Feinstein? Born in June of 1933, she only missed the Hoover administration by 3 months.

At 88 years old, people are (finally) raising questions about Senator Feinstein’s mental fitness for the job. One paper from her hometown published the following anonymous exchanges with Democrat members of Congress.

“She was an intellectual and political force not that long ago, and that’s why my encounter with her was so jarring,” the congressperson said. “Because there was just no trace of that.”

Another Democratic senator put it bluntly. “It’s bad, and it’s getting worse,” they said. The Chronicle spoke with four anonymous senators who expressed concerns over Feinstein’s mental state. —MSM

She still has some defenders to be sure, and has herself rejected any such characterization, vowing to remain in her seat through to the end of her term.

But that raises a question.

Even in his youth, Joe was never the sharpest knife in the drawer. Now, he’s looking every inch the ‘dotard’ that Little Rocket Man once tried to mock Trump for being.

Dems never missed a chance to try invoking the 25th Amendment. But the guy in office now is being mocked by the foreign press as needing ‘a retirement home and a bowl of soup’ and showing signs of being less and less up to the task at hand, it makes one wonder which of these two aging politicians less able to handle the tasks at hand?

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