Election Lowers Average Age Of Senate From 87 To 86

WASHINGTON — Following the poll-defying results of the 2020 general elections, the demographic of the Senate has been altered, some say, for the better. “We the people have spoken, and we want Congress to look like us and to really represent us,” said active voter Isabella Levine, 19, of Ventura, defending her decision to vote against 87-year-old Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) despite the senator’s popularity. “It’s wonderful to see younger blood – like, Chuck Grassley, say – hobbling onto the Senate floor.” Grassley (R-IO) was unavailable for comment, as he is currently on vacation celebrating his 86th birthday with friends and family.