When Dianne Feinstein is saying let the American voters decide, you know it’s an impeachment sham.
According to an interview she did with the LA Times, Dianne Feinstein is considering acquittal of the President.
“Nine months left to go, the people should judge,” Feinstein said, according to the paper, alluding to the 2020 presidential election.
“We are a republic, we are based on the will of the people — the people should judge.”
“That was my view and it still is my view,” she added.
Feinstein would later try to rebuke her words after the Times article came out.
“The LA Times misunderstood what I said today. Before the trial I said I’d keep an open mind,” Feinstein tweeted. “Now that both sides made their cases, it’s clear the president’s actions were wrong. He withheld vital foreign assistance for personal political gain. That can’t be allowed to stand.”
After Feinstein challenged the story, the Times changes its headline to: “Feinstein says she’s a maybe on acquitting Trump as his defense team ends impeachment arguments.”
“Impeachment isn’t about one offense,” she said, remarking on how she changed her opinion as the impeachment process proceeded. “It’s really about the character and ability and physical and mental fitness of the individual to serve the people, not themselves.”
I disagree Senator, that’s not anywhere in the United States Constitution. Shame on you for not holding onto your original remarks, and having a backbone.