BREAKING: Eric Swalwell Gets Bad News – Removal Notice Shocks Congress

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is trying to have Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) removed from the House Intelligence Committee after discovering that Swalwell was in a relationship with a suspected Chinese spy.

McCarthy announced the decision on Friday, saying, “Pelosi just reappointed Eric Swalwell to the Intelligence Committee. Based on the briefing she and I received together, Swalwell should not be on the panel in charge of guarding our nation’s secrets. Next week, I will offer a resolution to remove him from the Intel Committee.

Christine Fang, who allegedly works for China’s main civilian spy agency, developed extensive ties with Swalwell under the agency’s directive to target “up-and-coming local politicians in the Bay Area and across the country who had the potential to make it big on the national stage.”

The operation began in 2011, and back then, Swalwell was certainly a nobody and, therefore, a perfect target for Fang. Fast forward a decade, and now Swalwell is on a critical community guarding our nation’s secrets.

Furthermore, Swalwell’s profile has become so influential that he even attempted a presidential run. The fact is that he is compromised and needs to be handled appropriately.

The refusal of the Democrat party to do with Swalwell is shocking considering how they harrassed Donald Trump over everything Russia. Now they are protecting a politician who a Chinese spy has compromised.

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4 Responses

  1. What about this? “In one of his very first acts as president, Joe Biden appointed someone called Nicholas McQuaid to run the DOJ’s Criminal Division, the all-important Criminal Division. Turns out that’s the same Criminal Division that’s currently investigating Biden’s son, Hunter. So, who is this Nicholas McQuaid exactly? Well, this show can tell you that he is a former business partner of Hunter Biden’s new criminal defense attorney, a man called Christopher Clark,” Carlson said last week. “Hunter Biden apparently hired Clark in December to help him with a federal investigation into his business dealings, the criminal investigation that the DOJ is conducting. ”
    “Both McQuaid and Clark were law partners together at Latham and Watkins, they worked on the same cases right up until McQuaid took the job at the Department of Justice,” Carlson continued. “On January 21st of this year, the same day, Nicholas McQuaid was featured in a Justice Department press release, Latham and Watkins filed a motion in court to withdraw McQuade as an attorney he was working on with Christopher Clark. So that means Joe Biden put as the head of the Criminal Division, the partner of the guy his son had hired to defend him against the Criminal Division.”

  2. His actions are tantamount to treason !!!! On an Intelligence Committee is the last thing that should be considered when he can’t even keep his own house in order – how is he intelligent enough to be on the Intelligence Committee ??? Liberals are out to ruin this country and this is but one way of doing it !!!

  3. I agree with you, but nothing ever happens to democrats. How about Swalwell he was appointed an impeachment czar in Trumps second impeachment trail. Hunter will walk as do most politicians. This is why many Americans are turning away from politics.
    There are two sets of rules, one for the general public and one for politicians and their families. Politicians do not represent us anymore they are only in office to gain power and money. It’s just a matter of time before we go down. We are borrowing 1.9 trillion dollars from China to stimulate the economy and only 9% is going to COVID related issues. The rest is pork. How are we going to pay for this? Does any of the politicians care? Why were there no champion against this telling the public what was wrong?

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