I was pressured, I wasn’t pressured, I had a cold.

By on Jan 11, 2018

Herein we have another of the great problems with America. That problem is not that this dottering, imbecilic, America hating sot released information she shouldn’t have but rather that the idiotic excuses she offers for her behavior are simply accepted and that there are absolutely no consequences.

Now I don’t know if there should be legal consequences but there should be societal consequences. How can the people, and especially the people of her state, simply stand by while she says, she was pressured, she wasn’t pressured and the most obscene of all, she had a bad cold. How idiotic. A bad cold? You either were pressured or you weren’t. You’re either an imbecile, believe the American people are imbeciles or you are corrupt and take your orders from someone other than those who elected you.

Worse than her feeble excuses are those that simply accept them. Other than the President where are the others calling out this addle brained communist for comments and action that can only be explained by senility or having been ordered by whoever owns her.

If pressured, BY WHOM? But really a cold? Really? A cold? C’mon.

Feinstein Makes Startling Admission: “I Got Pressured” To Release Fusion Transcripts 

Sen. Dianne Feinstein made a startling admission when asked why she released the Fusion GPS transcripts on Tuesday without first informing Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) ahead of time.

“I meant to tell him, and I didn’t have a chance to tell him, and that concerns me,” Feinstein told CNN Congressional correspondent Manu Raju, adding “I just got pressured, and I didn’t do it.

Which begs the question:

When asked to elaborate, Feinstein walked back her statement, saying “I wasn’t pressured,” without any further comment. Her office later said she misspoke and that she wasn’t pressured to release the transcript.

Senator Feinstein released transcripts of Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson’s closed door testimony to the Senate Judiciary committee on Tuesday, infuriating Chairman Grassley. Simpson and fellow Fusion GPS co-founder Peter Fritsch penned an op-ed in the New York Times last week calling on congress to release the “full transcripts” of Simpson’s testimony.

On Wednesday morning, President Trump tweeted “The fact that Sneaky Dianne Feinstein, who has on numerous occasions stated that collusion between Trump/Russia has not been found, would release testimony in such an underhanded and possibly illegal way, totally without authorization, is a disgrace.” 

Feinstein hit back, saying “I didn’t do anything illegal,” adding “That transcript has become so abused that time has come for people to take a look at it.”

Feinstein said in a statement, “The American people deserve the opportunity to see what he said and judge for themselves. The innuendo and misinformation circulating about the transcript are part of a deeply troubling effort to undermine the investigation into potential collusion and obstruction of justice.”

Trump later tweeted “The single greatest Witch Hunt in American history continues. There was no collusion, everybody including the Dems knows there was no collusion.”

If in fact Senator Feinstein was pressured to release the transcripts, it begs several questions; who pressured her, why now – less than a week after Fusion’s NYT op-ed calling for the release, and why couldn’t she pick up the phone and let Grassley know?

Feinstein Admits She Was Mentally Unstable When Releasing Fusion GPS Transcript 

Amid all the 25th Amendment malarkey being thrown at the president, it is ironic that Democratic California Sen. Dianne Feinstein admitted a “bad cold” may have impaired her mental faculties and caused her to release Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson’s testimony

This is the second excuse from Feinstein for her actions that so enraged Sen. Grassley. Earlier, as we detailed here, she admitted (then retracted) being “pressured” to release the transcripts.

And now, as The Daily Caller’s Peter Hasson notes, Feinstein, 84, expressed regret on Wednesday for keeping Sen. Grassley in the dark, and suggested it was because of a “bad cold.”

“The one regret I have is that I should have spoke with Senator Grassley before,” she told NBC News.

“And I don’t make an excuse but I’ve had a bad cold and maybe that slowed down my mental facilities [sic] a little bit.

Grassley said Tuesday that Feinstein’s decision to abruptly publish the documents was “confounding” and said he expected the documents to be released “when we both agreed to release it.”