Dianne Feinstein Confused By Kamala Harris' Presence In Senate Chamber: Report

Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein of California is so old that she didn't even recognize why Vice President Kamala Harris was present in the upper chamber last year.

Harris was surely embarrassed when Feinstein was confused during a Senate appearance by the vice president as she made tie-breaking votes while assuming her constitutional role.

This bout of confusion is just one of the many difficulties that have plagued Feinstein of late, and she now seeks to continue discharging her duties despite announcing that she will not seek reelection in 2024.

Feinstein continues to struggle on her return to D.C. after contracting and struggling with shingles and encephalitis.

There have been calls for Feinstein to step down from her role, but she continues to make efforts to reassert herself in her job.

"What is she doing here?" Feinstein asked about Harris appearing in the room.

Feinstein lives in the public eye; therefore, her health problems have been well documented.

"She only returned to work in D.C. earlier this month after a three-month absence during which she reportedly had 'several complications,' many of which have not been publicly disclosed, after she returned home from being hospitalized for shingles," reported Breitbart.

Many Democrats have called for Feinstein to retire from her seat during her absence.

"She did agree to have her seat on the Judiciary Committee filled temporarily, but Republicans blocked Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) from replacing her on the panel in April with Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.)," reported Breitbart.

"Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has cautioned her to stay on in the face of Republicans who would seek to block Democrats from filling a vacancy on the Judiciary Committee and stall President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees," Breitbart News reported.