Now outraged that the CIA may have spied on her committee's work, this is the same senator who could not empathize with Americans upset at the revelations in the Snowden documents of millions of citizens whose personal data has been accessed by the NSA.
The problem is not the daylight between the president and Senator Feinstein. It’s the lack of apparent daylight between Senator Feinstein and the intelligence community.
Senator Dianne Feinstein seems to have this weird blindness to even the very idea that the NSA might abuse its powers, despite a long history of it doing exactly that.
With Dianne Feinstein’s hand on the gavel, you can expect plenty of fake inquiries to pantomime actual oversight. She is an apologist and a flack for the surveillance state.