Ageing Senator Dianne Feinstein was reportedly confused over Kamala Harris presiding over the Senate and asked, “What is she doing here?”
This is another example of Feinstein’s deteriorating mental state; she clearly should not be at the Capitol.
The 89-year-old U.S. Senator’s medical condition is much worse than the media reported; however, she continues to serve in Congress at the behest of the Democrats.
As The Daily Fetched reported earlier this month, Feinstein was seen being wheeled back into the U.S Capitol building, trembling and asking, “Where am I going?”
Feinstein returned to the Senate after a 3-month absence due to shingles.
However, reports revealed the Senator also suffers from facial paralysis, memory loss, vision, and balance impairments, and even swelling of the brain.
Feinstein is so incapacitated that she is forced to rely on an army of aides to carry out her duties.
The New York Times reported:
“They push her wheelchair, remind her how and when she should vote, and step in to explain what is happening when she grows confused. They stay with her in the cloakroom just off the Senate floor, where Ms. Feinstein has taken to waiting her turn to vote, then appearing in the doorway to register her “aye” or “nay” from the outer edge of the chamber.”
The outlet added:
“At times, she has expressed confusion about the basics of how the Senate functions. When Vice President Kamala Harris was presiding over the chamber last year in one of many instances in which she was called upon to cast a tiebreaking vote, Ms. Feinstein expressed confusion, according to a person who witnessed the scene, asking her colleagues, “What is she doing here?” Staff members have been overheard explaining to her that she cannot leave yet because there are more votes to come.”