US Senators Mad When Treated Like ‘Regulars’

Upset Senator

Senator Feinstein upset about getting spied on.

California Senator, Dianne Feinstein, is outraged by the way the Central Intelligence Agency is treating elected officials.

The news comes as no surprise as millions of Americans are being spied on. With no one to speak up for the American People, it was only a matter of time until Senators were the next target. The idea to spy on Senators came directly from the CIA. John Brennan, head of the CIA, said, “I wanted to know where my tax dollars were going.”

Senator Dianne Feinstein shouted, “I will not be treated like a regular!” She quickly dismissed any questions about reports on spying on the public. “The buck stops here,” she added, “as public officials should never be treated like a normal!” Senator Feinstein spends her time working hard by enjoying the wine and dine process lobbyist give her.

CIA officials have taken a beating lately as they have been lax on their spying. “Normal people won’t doing anything wrong,” said Mr. Brennan. “What am I going to bust someone for talking about pot?” John Brennan just wants everyone and everything to be equal.

Public officials are clinging to the only privacy they have, their office. Many feel that they should not be under a microscope if elected to public office. “Obviously, if I was elected to be here, I shouldn’t have to follow the same rhetoric the public does,” added Senator Feinstein. The senator will spend her time making other people draft bills that she can take credit for.

Reports are coming in from Washington that President Obama has issued a Get Out Of Jail Card for anyone elected to public office. “We are not regulars. We need chances to mess up,” said President Obama. The card will be delivered by courier, but one from any Monopoly game can be used.

President Obama holding a 'Get out of Jail' car

President Obama holding a ‘Get out of Jail’ card.

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