Poor Dianne Feinstein.
Hillary Clinton is the presumptive nominee of her party, and also is embroiled in an enormous scandal concerning her emails – a scandal that conceivably could derail her candidacy.
Not surprisingly, therefore, Miss Feinstein is unhappy with this.
So here is what she said about it, on ABC’s “This Week” earlier this morning, via Rebecca Savransky’s article at the hill.com:
“This goes on and on and on. We’re reaching the final stages of a primary,” she said on ABC’s “This Week” in an interview that aired Sunday.
“Hillary Clinton is going to win this primary. I say enough is enough. Let’s get to the major problems facing this nation.”
An internal watchdog determined in a reportsent to Capitol Hill last week that Clinton and her senior aides didn’t comply with the State Department’s record-keeping policies. The report said Clinton never requested permission to use her personal server, and it “would not” have been approved, in part, because of “the security risks in doing so.”
Not even a nice try, senator.
The email scandal is real. It is not going away. In fact, it is getting worse.
As it should, since Miss Clinton has almost certainly broken the law, and has lied to us about it continually for the past year.
If this troubles you, Ms. Feinstein, if it makes you concerned about how she will fare in the general election, remember that your fellow Democrats have selected her as the nominee.
Just as Republicans have selected Donald Trump.
I’m sure you don’t worry about the problems that Republicans have with Mr. Trump – who has his own set of major problems.
In previous blogs I have said that I wish we could exorcise the 2016 election year from existence. I assure you, I still feel that way.