If there were a person whose image should be placed in the dictionary next to the word ‘Smarmy’, I think Eric Swalwell would be the obvious choice.
This is the same California Congressman who once implied the United States government would use nuclear weapons against it’s citizens should they dare seek to ‘sever the ties that bind’.
And it would be a short war my friend. The government has nukes. Too many of them. But they’re legit. I’m sure if we talked we could find common ground to protect our families and communities.
— Rep. Eric Swalwell (@RepSwalwell) November 16, 2018
And, oh, yeah, remember this classic Swalwell moment?
Well, when Eric is not breaking wind or threatening domestic nuke deployment, he’s spoiling himself with the donations of those whose eyes he has pulled the wool over.
Fox News reported:
‘Prominent Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell of California appears to have spent tens of thousands of campaign dollars on booze and limousine services, as well as over $20,000 at the luxury hotel where his wife works.
The tens of thousands of campaign dollars include limo services, luxury hotels, high-end restaurants and alcohol delivery services over the course of the second quarter, according to FEC records reviewed by Fox News.
The California congressman appears to have been driven in style with his FEC records showing him spending over $10,000 on 26 rides from various limousine and luxury car services. Swalwell also spent over $26,000 on luxury hotels.
More than $20,000 of the campaign funds that were spent at luxury hotels went to the Ritz Carlton, Half Moon Bay, where his wife has been the director of sales since February 2015, according to her LinkedIn profile.
The California congressman dropped $566 on “Food & Beverage” through the alcohol delivery service Drizly in nine separate orders ranging from $5.79 to $124.86. Additionally, Swalwell spent $1,151 on “Refreshments” from seven trips to Capitol Hill Wine and Spirits, a liquor store local to the House side of the U.S. Capitol, and almost $4,400 at two California wineries on the same day for “Catering” and “Refreshments.”‘