Dianne Feinstein’s Replacement Rears Her Head In Primary Challenge

(RoyalPatriot.com )- According to reports, Rep. Katie Porter of California declared her candidacy for the Senate on Tuesday, potentially opening Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California up for a primary challenge.

In a tweet announcing the launch of her campaign, Porter stated that California needs a warrior in the Senate to stand up to special interests, combat the terrible imbalance in our economy, and hold so-called leaders like Mitch McConnell accountable for gaming our democracy.

It’s a Constitutional Republic, Katie.

Senator Dianne Feinstein, currently the oldest member of Congress at 89, has not declared her intention to seek office again.

Last year, Feinstein was questioned about whether she still had the strength and mental clarity to be a senator by the media and unidentified members of her own party.

According to a report from the San Francisco Chronicle,

Senator Feinstein’s memory loss is apparently a concern for some Washington lawmakers. They do not believe

She is qualified for office.

Four U.S. senators and three former Feinstein staff members were among her colleagues who were interviewed by the newspaper.

Without wanting to be named, they assert that Feinstein displays apparent indicators of cognitive deterioration, such as forgetting who she is meeting with and repeatedly repeating the same details throughout a conversation.

According to a 2020 report, Dianne Feinstein had been seriously battling with her memory issues for years.

The report revealed that Feinstein referenced one of President Trump’s tweets while posing a lengthy, in-depth inquiry to Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s former CEO, during a Senate Judiciary Hearing. After Dorsey had finished, Feinstein asked him the identical question again, precisely as she had the first time, without changing a word.

According to a YouGov poll, 58% of Americans support forcing elected officials to retire at 70. 71% of US senators would not have jobs if legislation of that nature were to be passed today.

Senator Dianne Feinstein came into office on November 4, 1992.  Her current term of office ends on January 3, 2025.

Does no one in Feinstein’s family care enough about her to force her to step down?