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Diane Feinstein does not like
the protesters but she loves
Brett Kavanaugh
by Nathan'ette Burdine: September 18, 2018

The one thing you can say about Diane Feinstein is that she loves Brett Kavanaugh.

Protesters, she don’t like them. Us regular folks, she doesn’t like us. But don’t pay his bills/alleged sexual assaulter/preppy uppity boy Brett Kavanaugh, Diane Feinstein loves him.

Feinstein loves him so much that ol’ girl apologized to Kavanaugh for protesters exercising their First Amendment rights of Freedom of Speech and Assembly in order to protest the possibility of Brett Kavanaugh becoming the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice who will have a role in determining the rights us U.S. of A citizens will have.

“I’m sorry for the circumstances. But we’ll get through it,” is what Feinstein said to ol’ Preppy Boy Brett there. Mm-hmm, “we’ll get through it,” is what the highest ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee and female senator said to a man who folks are protesting because of his archaic views on women rights.

Preppy Boy Brett believes Roe V. Wade isn’t settle law because he didn’t settle it and that the Constitution makes the president a king.

So if the president of the United States wants to grab a woman by her pussy, he can. According to Preppy Boy Brett, “We should not burden a sitting president with civil suits, criminal investigations, or criminal prosecution.”

That’s what Preppy Boy Brett said. And like the president, Donald Trump, who nominated him to become the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice for life, Preppy Boy Brett believes the president of the United States “can walk down” the street “and shoot somebody and get away with it” because the president’s job as the president is too important for him to answer questions about why he decided to murder somebody.

But to Senator Feinstein, all of that doesn’t amount to a hill of beans. Brett Kavanaugh is fine with Feinstain because he is her kind.

Brett Kavanaugh and Senator Diane Feinstein are members of the D.C. elite. They stick together like flies to shit. It doesn’t matter that one is a Republican and the other is a Democrat. All that matters is they are part of the “Haves” and all of the “Have Nots” better not come up there telling folks about their uppity, sadity ways.

The protesters and the rest of us who don’t have the money or political connections that Feinstein and Kavanaugh have are members of the “Have Nots” club. We don’t make the decisions. We’re the decisions they make.

It’s only when uppity, sadity folks like Feinstein, who lives the life of royalty in D.C. and California, get called out that they get shamed into doing the right thing.

It was during the month of July 2018 that the leading Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee and one of the most powerful female senators in congress found out about Ford’s claims against Kavanaugh. But Feinstein didn’t tell anybody. Hell, she didn’t even tell the folks in her own party. At least, that’s what Ronan Farrow said in that article he wrote in The New Yorker.

In fact, here’s what ol’ Ro said somebody told him, “We couldn’t understand what their rationale is for not briefing members on this. This is all very weird.”

Indeed, it is “very weird” that the leading democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee would keep that juicy news a secret.

Or, as another person told ol’ Ro, “She’s had the letter since late July. And we all just found out about it.”

Yup, they “all just found out about it,” the “it” being Christine Ford’s letter because they aren’t members of Feinstein and Kavanaugh’s D.C. elite clique. That clique protects their own. And that’s what Feinstein was doing. She was protecting a member of her elite group.

It wasn’t until she got shamed into telling what was going on that she decided to say something.

Mind you, ol’ girl Feinstein didn’t take responsibility for her wrong, no sir. Feinstein blamed Christine Ford for her, Feinstein, decision not to the public or members within her own party that the next SCOTUS who has already shown that he believes the president has more rights as a king of the United States than a woman has as a citizen of the United States has been accused of not respecting a woman’s right as a U.S. citizen and human being to be safe in her person.

According to Ford , Kavanaugh disrespected her right so to be safe in her person that he yanked her into a bedroom, threw her on the bed, held her down, turned the music up loud, covered her mouth, and then tried to rape her.

The only thing that saved her from being rape was all of them falling on the floor, which gave her the chance to get up and get the hell up out of there. Feinstein knew all of this. Yet, she didn’t tell the public.

And according to The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow, sources close to Diane Feinstein told him that Diane Feinstein didn’t tell the public about Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged attempt to rape Christine Ford because “the incident was too distant in the past to merit public discussion,” and that Diane Feinstein had “taken care of it.”

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