You may have heard the rumor that 88-year-old Sen. Diane Feinstein's memory is turning into mush.
It could be true, or her enemies have come up with a novel way to get her to retire.
Determining whose memory is in-fact toast, can only be confirmed by a doctor. But a person can get a good idea by listening to what someone says when asked to recall events.
By that standard 46-year-old Marjorie Taylor Greene has the worst memory in Congress with a two-year black-out.
Court observers on Friday watched her testify about her relationship to the Jan. 6 insurrection to determine if she should be on the ballot for the GOP May primary in Georgia.
The fact that she couldn't remember her tweets when shown they advocated overthrowing the 2020 election for nearly two years is a good indication of memory loss.
Shown videos of her urging people to descend upon Washington DC, didn't spark any recognition from the conspiracy activist who stared straight ahead with a grim look on her face claiming she couldn't remember.
Same for audio tapes of her incendiary speeches. She simply couldn't remember stirring up the Big Lie before and after the coup attempt.
I think the prosecution should have asked her if she remembered anything about her first term in Congress.
Seriously. MTG's memory appears worse than Sen. Feinstein who can tell you - with a possible slip now and then - what she was doing while MGT was trying to overturn the government.