Becoming a politician is the road to riches in America. Just ask Democrat Representative Eric Swalwell (C.A.). Politicians are part of a system designed to defraud Americans by funneling money to friends and covering it with campaign contributions.
Remember, this is a slimeball who made up conversations about intel. In President Trump’s second impeachment, he was a House manager and issued the former president to urge his supporters to demand election integrity on January 6, 2021 peacefully.
Swalwell got cozy with a suspected Chinese spy named Christine “Fang” Fang. She collected political intelligence for the CCP between 2011 and 2015. It proves that CCP has gained access to U.S. politicians, paid them off, or compromised them and likely all of the above.
Eric Swalwell is a member of the U.S. House. He assumed office on January 3, 2013. In 2012 his net worth was $40,501. He was re-elected for another 2-year term on November 3, 2020, because his voters could not get enough of this guy. His base salary is $174,000. He raised $1,552,999 mainly through donations from his lawyer friends, spent $1,279,360, and has $776,568 cash on hand.
But how much money is he making? How much of this lavish spending and government insider contracts has he funneled to his wife and friends? What funds his extravagant lifestyle?
We’d like to know his secret to success because he’s not living like a typical middle-class American!
He burned through a massive pile of cash last quarter like a rapper going out for the weekend. He frequents luxurious steak houses, casino games, bars, a beer garden, and alcohol for everyone on the House!
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) records regularly used campaign money for a COVID-19 friendly alcohol delivery app. FEC reports show Swalwell is a regular guest at the costliest five-star restaurants in Washington, D.C. The guy never eats in, like ordinary people. Instead, he’s a regular dropping thousands of dollars night and night out in diner and catering at Charlie Palmer’s. You try going there and see what it runs you on.
He’s got a limo on call, goes to the Washington Nationals baseball games, and chugs brew at the Wunder Garten, all on donations. How many of you are using Drizzly for your wine purchases? Swalwell has a bottle of Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 from Napa Valley at the ready.
Eric’s also using the fractional rent-a-jet flight service called JetSuiteX. To top it all off, he needed to unwind at the Cosmopolitan Gambling Club in Las Vegas.
Swalwell visits the Ritz-Carlton in Half Moon Cove, California, where his wife Brittnay Swalwell was a sales rep. His campaign covered a $21,200.75 bill for six stays. When was the last time you paid more than $3,000 for a hotel room?
But we are supposed to cheer when Swalwell posts on Instagram that they recently celebrated the arrival of their daughter. Good luck untangling this tangled web of deceit. This guy is dirty, and everyone knows it. And in D.C., it is expected, celebrated, and covered up.