Have we been "Feinsteined?" This may be a new word in the vocabulary of some citizens of the U. S. A. in view of the recent release of the "Senate report on CIA program" a few days ago brings to mind a word that was used in former times - quisling. Some years ago a leader in Norway aligned with the Germans to seize power.
"Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonssøn Quisling 18 July 1887 – 24 October 1945) was a Norwegian politician. On 9 April 1940, with the German invasion of Norway in progress, he seized power in a Nazi-backed coup d'état"
Since the execution of Quisling the word has been used to indicate "a person who collaborates with an enemy occupying force.
In contemporaary usage, quisling is synonymous with traitor, and particularly applied to politicians who appear to favor the interest of other nations or cultures over their own.
The image shown above is reported to be of one Benedict Arnold, a well known traitor who every School Child in America has heard of. He turned against the U.S.A. during the Revolutionary War.
So the question presented today is: Has Dianne Feinstein become a modern day Quisling in the History of the U.S.A?
Or should a new word be coined: Feinsteined