Here we go again with threats of a government shutdown. Across America, leftist crybabies are soiling their Huggies and demanding to reinstate DACA, or they’ll shut it all down. But, not everyone is in a hurry to shut up shop.
Left-wing gun-grabbing legend, Dianne Feinstein thinks the shutdown will result in a pile of bodies. So, she’s thinking extra-super hard about which way she’ll vote.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein warned Wednesday that when the federal government shuts down “people die, accidents happen” and it’s hard to assess what the impact will be when “necessary functions cease.”
The California Democrat made the stark comments in a Capitol Hill hallway interview as she left a caucus lunch where the standoff with Republicans over a government funding bill — known as a continuing resolution or CR — was discussed. She was asked whether she thought her party would vote to pass or block a GOP bill to keep the government open ahead of a Friday deadline.
“Shutting down the government is a very serious thing. People die, accidents happen. You don’t know. Necessary functions can cease,” she said. “There is no specific list you can look at and make a judgment: ‘Well everything is going to be just fine.’ You can’t make that judgment. So, I think it’s a last resort. And I’m really hopeful we don’t get to it.”
I highly doubt people are going to meet their maker from being temporarily denied access to El Capitan. But, props to Feinstein for at least considering that doomsday scenario.
Since that’s her “logic,” I’ll bite. If putting a closed sign in the front window of the Capitol Building is sure to send America-dwellers to their doom? Why are Democrats still pushing for it?
Keep in mind, this “deadly” government shutdown is all in the name of illegal immigration. Though, that’s not surprising in the least. Leftists have shown time and time again how they don’t mind sacrificing a few documented honkies in the name of “diversity.”
This brouhaha shows what leftists’ priorities are, and American citizens’ lives aren’t on the list.