Diane Feinstein’s Yearly Salary As A Senator Was 174,000 Yet, She Leaves $102 Million Property Fortune & $62 Million Private Jet She Used To Visit Her Mansions
“What begs the question is why did she have to continuously play the Judas in selling out the people that she was to represent in her own state?”
Back in January of 2017, I had written an article titled, “The American Politician: Yes, We Are Corrupt!” In this article, they, out of their own mouths, blurt the truth out in their confusion. At other times, they are just brazenly bragging about how it is that they are making money. There is nothing upright about the process (John 8:44).
As a matter of fact, President Harry Truman said, “You can’t get rich in politics unless you are a crook.”
Speaking of a crook, who I would assume has now learned the lesson that no man is able to keep his/her own soul alive (Proverbs 22:29) and that there is not a luggage rack up top of a hearse (1 Timothy 6:7), one in whom I am sure that learned that riches profit not in the day of wrath (Proverbs 11:4). I am speaking of California’s Senator Diane Feinstein.
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The Daily Mail reported:
Though Feinstein’s portfolio is estimated to be worth upwards of $160 million, much of her wealth stems from her billionaire second husband Richard Blum.
She also owned a $5 million Hawaii duplex, $7.5 million beach house in Marin County, California and a $62 million Gulfstream G650 jet she used to shuttle between her property empire.
Feinstein’s already-vast coffers were further swelled by the sale of two other enviable homes in recent years – an Aspen ranch sold last year for $25 million, and a Lake Tahoe compound sold for $36 million. She is also believed to have had around $70 million cash in the bank.
Much of her wealth has stemmed from her billionaire second husband Richard Blum, the financier and founder of investment firm Blum Capital Partners, who passed away in February 2022. Feinstein has one daughter, Katherine, as well as three stepdaughters with her late spouse.
But the portfolio, estimated to be worth upwards of $160 million, is now the subject of a tense argument between the couple’s offspring, according to the New York Post.
One hundred and sixty million dollars? She earned $174,ooo as a sitting senator? Do the math.
In conclusion: What begs the question is, with all of the wealth that she allegedly obtained from her husband, and I say allegedly (Read the article “Yes, we are corrupt” above), why did she have to continuously play the Judas in selling out the people that she was to represent in her own state?
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media