We have some hope

Dianne Feinstein made herself an enemy of gun owners for decades (see also here, here, here, here, here, and here). It has been clear she will never be voted out of office. She will only stop being a threat when she retires or dies. Now we have some hope it will happen relatively soon:

Feinstein — who at 84 is the oldest U.S. senator — also left politicos wondering whether she plans to run for reelection next year.

Although Feinstein was a motivator for me to create Boomershoot. So, I suppose she does have that going for her.

6 thoughts on “We have some hope

  1. For every authoritarian you get rid of, or who retires or dies of natural causes, there are thousands more waiting to fill the position and take it to the next level.

    • Feinstein has a lot of seniority and power. Her replacement in the U.S. Senate will have less power than she currently enjoys.

    • IMHO, much better that she should live for many years after her retirement, so that she can see her lifetime of dedication to enslaving free citizens via disarmament come to naught.

      “Living well is the best revenge.”

  2. Sadly Kali has swerved even farther left than it was when she first infested office. Any replacement will be WORSE than she is…..hard to imagine that being possible but it’s true.

  3. Yes, we will get another moronic Democrat (i.e. Kamala Harris). However, you forget the satisfaction that we will derive from her demise. Every time that a petty dictator, tyrant, unpatriotic, enemy of our God-given freedom becomes worm-chow, I feel a lot better about the world. It is an affirmation that God’s Justice and Wrath will be carried out.

    Do you think that someone who spent her entire political career violating her oath of office to defend the Constitution and instead attacks our Second Amendment rights will be viewed by God as having executed her power responsibly?

    No, she must not believe in God, given the awful way she has conducted herself and abused her position. His Vengeance will be severe!

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