California Senator Dianne Feinstein died on Thursday night at age 90 at one of her homes in Washington, DC. Feinstein was a champion of gun control, immigration, amnesty, and other destructive policies. Feinstein was married to Richard Blum, a billionaire, who died in early 2022. Mr. Blum ran his own investment firm, Blum Capital Partners, and at one point he was chairman of the University of California Board of Regents. … Blum’s operations were under investigation a number of times. Feinstein intervened many times in Congressional oversight of projects that benefited her family.
Feinstein profited from the war in Iraq through massive government contracts handed to her wealthy husband. Feinstein and Blum committed many other transgressions detailed in an article by Peter Byrne of Pacific Sun (see below).