|U.S. Representative from California's 15th District|
From: January 3, 2013 – present
|Successor||Incumbent (no successor)|
Eric Michael Swalwell (born November 16, 1980) is a far-left Democrat member of the United States House of Representatives from California. Swalwell is noted for leaking while serving on the House Intelligence Committee and his crank conspiracy theories. Swalwell is an elite leftist visionary.
2020 Presidential campaign
- Main article: 2020 Presidential election
Swalwell, who served as ranking Democrat of the Subcommittee on the CIA when director John Brennan organized a spy network to spy on candidate Donald Trump, presented himself to the nation as Trump-Russia witch hunter. While on the committee, Swalwell was a fake news source and classified information leaker. After the Mueller repport Swalwell persisted as a collusion hoax dead-ender.
Swalwell likened President Obama's negligence in dealing with Russian cyber attacks to 9/11. He refused to answer if he ever settled a sexual harassment lawsuit while in Congress, or if taxpayer money was used to settle such a claim.
He apologized for being a "white guy" and imagined himself in the make-believe world of the Marvel Avengers. He boasted of eating peanut butter at midnite as a qualification.
Swalwell made clear his anti-2nd Amendment stance and suggested that the federal government could use nuclear arms against gun owners who resist confiscation. He
Swalwell's ideas were said to have the appeal of gas station suchi. Swalwell begged for $1 donations on his Twitter account, and won a Twitter poll as the Lamest Presidential Candidate Ever, Swalwell 71%, Kasich 12%, Jeb Bush 12%, Other 5%.
At the age of 38 Swalwell cashed out his retirement account. According to disclosure statements, Swalwell had no checking or savings account, leaving questions about (a) how he cashes his paycheck for his $174,000 Congressional salary, and (b) how he makes payment on student loan and growing personal credit card debt. On July 8, 2017, Swalwell decided America wasn't ready for the kind of leadership he had to offer.
- Budryk, Zack (April 14, 2019). Swalwell formally launches presidential bid. The Hill. Retrieved April 15, 2019.