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How the Media Would Report on the Dianne Feinstein ‘Scandal’ If She Were a Republican


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Washington Free Beacon

Andrew Stiles

October 25, 2020

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) is under attack by members of her own party—not over some policy dispute but because Feinstein said something nice about Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.), her colleague on the Senate Judiciary Committee, following the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.

The attacks on Feinstein escalated to the point where Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) was compelled to have a "long and serious talk" with Feinstein about her unacceptable conduct, which included giving Graham a hug at the conclusion of the hearings.

Because Feinstein is an 87-year-old Democrat whose best days are behind her, the media have generally sided with her critics. If she were a member of the other party—the bad one, the "Tea Party" party—the media might be more sympathetic and eager to publish reports like this one, which is fake:

Hard-Left Democrats Lash Out at Female Colleague for Being ‘Too Nice'

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JuicyTaz201 1 week ago

Democrats: “We need a president that will bring people together”

Also Democrats: “Lindsey Graham and Diane Feinstein can’t hug!”

 

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