FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Democrat Corruption Thickens with Accusations against Senator Feinstein
According to Metro Newspapers, Sen. Feinstein’s top legal advisor Michael Klein has admitted to informing the Senator as to which federal projects her husband’s companies had an interest. Mr. Klein is also Feinstein’s husband’s business partner. One of the companies in question saw its federal revenues rise from $44 million in 2000, before Feinstein joined the sub-committee, to $331 million by 2004. By 2006, after Feinstein had left the sub-committee, federal revenues for the company had declined to $152 million.
Bill Zachary, W Ketchup’s chairman, commented: “We’re still waiting for the Democrats to make good on their promise that this would be the most ethical Congress in history. But instead of an investigation, Feinstein received a position on the Senate Rules Committee, which is responsible for making sure Senators behave ethically.”
Although the mainstream media has ignored this story, Judicial Watch, a non-profit law firm dedicated to fighting government corruption, has opened an investigation.
W Ketchup’s CEO Dan Oliver noted: “The lobbying reform promised by Big Tuna Pelosi has stalled, a mere four months after the Democrats re-tasted the money and influence that power provides. While the country is better off having the Democrats on the golf course and away from Washington, we still believe that members of Congress who commit felonies should be in jail.”
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