Good grief! What Dianne Feinstein just said about criminals is JAW-DROPPING…

Like the gift that keeps on giving, the steady stream of outlandish quotable statements coming from the left’s octogenarian leadership crew has been bottomless since Donald Trump won last November’s election. Whether live or via social media, these unhinged liberals once had the savvy to only say these things in private, but have now gone full-metal jacket and are blowing their stacks in full frontal exposure to the world.

The latest zany flash comes from Senator Dianne Feinstein. Feinstein, who at 84 is facing some headwinds on the California home front, just took to Twitter to express her deep concerns that President Trump may be criminalizing criminals.

All along the campaign trail, Trump made it clear that his administration would do something shocking — actually enforce U.S. law. The appointment of Jeff Sessions to the Attorney General’s post along with his ‘we are a nation of laws, including immigration laws, and will enforce them’ attitude has pushed Feinstein et. al over the edge.

Completely overstepping her job description, Feinstein yesterday tweeted this bit of job advice to Sessions and the Department of Justice:

And because 140 characters apparently isn’t enough to tell an Attorney General how to do his job, Feinstein added:

“Make no mistake, this is not about public safety.”  Try telling that to the family of Kate Steinle, the beautiful young American citizen who was shot dead by an illegal alien in sanctuary city San Francisco while on a walk with her father. That would make Kate and the Steinle family constituents of Mrs. Feinstein, wouldn’t it?

The link included in her tweets is to a rant she wrote and posted to her website where there is no 140-character limitation:

“The Justice Department has limited resources. It’s troubling that Attorney General Sessions is directing the department to shift its resources to criminalizing undocumented immigrants and prosecuting them under felony charges for simply working. California’s agriculture industry, for example, could be devastated under these new policies.

“At the same time Attorney General Sessions wants to use more federal resources to prosecute immigrants, the Trump administration has proposed cutting vital Justice Department support for state and local law enforcement by $700 million and eliminating legal assistance for low-income Americans. These are the wrong priorities for our country.

“I’m also concerned that Attorney General Sessions is hindering the ability of U.S. attorneys’ offices to focus their resources on the needs of their communities. U.S. attorneys should not be forced to divert their resources from important cases already underway, including financial fraud, cybercrime and sex trafficking.

“This is not about improving public safety. This is about furthering a false narrative that all undocumented immigrants are dangerous criminals.”

They just can’t help themselves. This inability to see the difference between “legal” and “illegal,” the insistence on placing the lives of those who are not citizens of our nation above those who are, and the constant branding of law-abiding Americans as oppressors, and law-breaking citizens of other nations as victims has cost Democrats dearly — yet they just can’t stop.

[Note: This article was written by Derrick Wilburn]


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