Yesterday, Mr. Crusty was kind enough to remind of the 2015 story below that focused on one of the poor senators from the “sanctuary state” of California…Senator (D) Dianne Feinstein.
Now if you poke around the Internet, you’ll come across a few pieces that have a little more detail, more meat, about this questionable deal by the esteemed Senator’s husband, but by all accounts…it appears that it actually went through with no further mention of it after Senator Feinstein simply told the media that she had nothing to do with the USPS decision that somehow brought her husband’s company into the picture.
So how much did the pair make? Why didn’t some enterprising left-wing, cub reporter ask for their 2015 tax filings last year? And it was all under the scrutiny and watchful eyes of that stalwart President at that time…Obama.
What really galls me about this one though, is what Senator Feinstein did during the nomination process of Judge Gorsuch, how she held herself up to be of such high standards, morally and ethically, and announced how she could not vote for his nomination, joining the Democratic filibuster against him… “Feinstein announces opposition to Gorsuch”
Let’s be honest about this “slight-of-hand” operation pulled off the magician from California…She probably made Hillary and Obama very proud as she executed Liberal Play #300 right out of their playbook – Enrich yourself while can, whenever you can!
Ever wonder how lowly paid lawmakers leave office filthy rich?
Sen. Dianne Feinstein is showing how it’s done.
The US Postal Service plans to sell 56 buildings — so it can lease space more expensively — and the real estate company of the California senator’s husband, Richard Blum, is set to pocket about $1 billion in commissions.
Blum’s company, CBRE, was selected in March 2011 as the sole real estate agent on sales expected to fetch $19 billion. Most voters didn’t notice that Blum is a member of CBRE’s board and served as chairman from 2001 to 2014.
This feat of federal spousal support was ignored by the media after Feinstein’s office said the senator, whose wealth is pegged at $70 million, had nothing to do with the USPS decisions.
When the national debt is $18 trillion, a billion seems like small change.