U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein died Thursday night.
To gun owners she probably is best know for her famous quote:
If I could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States for an outright ban, picking up every one of them, Mr. and Mrs. America, turn them all in, I would have done it.
February 5, 1995
CBS-TV’s 60 Minutes
She is also well known as willing, perhaps even eager, to lie to advance her unconstitutional gun banning agenda:
One could claim there is a silver lining to Senator Feinstein’s hatred of our specific enumerated right to keep and bear arms. Her activities were a motivational factor in the creation of Boomershoot.
Many people, who will remain nameless, have been saying things like:
DING, DONG, THE WITCH IS DEAD!
Dianne Feinstein has been the primary pusher of gun control since I was just out of college and the 101 California law-firm massacre happened. Good fucking riddance.
I will not speak ill of the dead.
Diane Feinstein is dead. And that is good.
A very small number of people are telling us we should be praying for Dianne Feinstein and that our celebration of her death is in poor taste.
Fuck that. Forgiveness is between her and God, and she had zero remorse for her actions while alive.
People like her are responsible for disarming thousands of Americans and putting them into positions where they can’t defend themselves or their families.
We’ll celebrate in exactly the same way when Nancy Pelosi, Beto O’Rourke, Michael Bloomberg, or anyone else of that ilk finally keels over.
Can’t happen soon enough.
Good people celebrate the death of tyranny. Be good people.
As a general rule of thumb you shouldn’t celebrate people’s deaths just because you disagree with them. With that being said it goes way deeper than just disagreeing with her. She was a genuinely awful human being. I’m only sad she didn’t croak sooner.
Why should we mourn or speak highly of a tyrant that had been destroying our country for 50+ years?
I see nothing wrong with rejoicing in the demise of a tyrant.
All I can say about Diane Feinsteins passing is, “Good riddance”.
Those thoughts do not match mine. I did not smile or celebrate the hearing of her death.
Her death saddened me. I wanted her to live long enough to be prosecuted and spend her last years in prison.