WASHINGTON, D.C. — Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein has announced she will be temporarily stepping away from her seat on the Judiciary Committee to head toward a warm, bright light that seems to be beckoning her.
“I can’t help it, it’s so beautiful,” said the 438-year-old Senator, known affectionately by colleagues as the “Crone of the Senate.” “There’s a feeling of warm, calming peace in this glowing orb at the end of this tunnel that just appeared in front of my eyes just now. I must see what lies at the end of it.”
Feinstein, who entered the United States Senate over a century before the founding of the United States, then stepped away from her seat in the committee room, walked slowly out of the Capitol Building, and strode serenely toward an unseen light.
At publishing time it had been reported that half of Congress was following her.
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