Seems that Democrats actually follow through on their words when the words center on revenge, especially when said Democrats have been openly compromised by Chinese spies in a rather intimate manner.
Following China’s brazen intrusion into American airspace, the House voted unanimously, with 419 “ayes,” in favor of condemning Beijing’s move as “a brazen violation of United States sovereignty.”
However, more than 419 individuals currently “serve” in the House, which means a few didn’t bother to join alongside their constituents.
Representative Eric Swalwell, like fourteen other representatives, declined to vote in favor of condemning China’s breach of United States sovereignty.
Unlike other fourteen representatives, however, Swalwell has been the only one to openly threaten revenge on House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, who removed rather devious Democrats from committee assignments in the wake of their questionable behavior, in particular Swalwell.
Naturally, Swalwell raged the loudest of all.
“We will not be quiet. We’re not going away,” Swalwell raged.
What a shame. The persistence of China-compromised political elites strikes again.
“I think he’ll regret giving all three of us more time on our hands,” Swalwell continued to rant, “but at the end of the day, our mission now is to restore the credibility and integrity of this institution of which [McCarthy] has so gravely, so gravely smashed and destroyed.”
More like his mission is to throw a temper tantrum whenever possible, national security be darned.
Speaking of national security, Swalwell’s alleged revenge is rather hilariously based upon his removal from the House Intelligence Committee, which occurred following his apparent inability to refrain from sleeping with Chinese spies, in particular “Fang Fang.”
Something suggests Swalwell probably shouldn’t have additional access to alleged “intelligence” in such a case.
McCarthy neatly summarized his decision, in a rather facts-based, no-nonsense manner.
“Swalwell can’t get a security clearance in the private sector. I’m not going to give him a government security clearance,” McCarthy remarked coolly.
Alas, like a typical Democrat, Swalwell denied any and all wrongdoing, though such denials did not preclude McCarthy from swiftly booting him from a highly sensitive committee.
“First and foremost, and you don’t have to take my word for it, take the FBI’s word for it…when they told me who she …I did everything that I hoped everyone would do, which was to cooperate and help the FBI, and she was removed,” Swalwell raged in early 2023.
Oh, sure, Americans are totally taking “the FBI’s word for it.” That would be the same FBI that sat on Hunter Biden’s laptop for over three years (which is also heavily China compromised).
Frankly, Swalwell basically incriminates himself even more if he is actually desperate enough to use the FBI, which has become more known for censorship and surveillance than its alleged actual mission “to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States.”
And, since Swalwell is utterly devoid of self-awareness, like most Dems caught with their pants down (literally, in his case), he proceeded to openly threaten revenge against McCarthy for daring to remove him from responsibilities he should have never had in the first place.
After all, he was clearly targeted by China for being on the committee in the first place.
And fell right for the most obvious honey trap in the world. Duh!
Instead of actually owning up to how severely he may have endangered the nation, Swalwell decided to rant and rave about Republicans and their so-called “political vengeance” instead.
Failing to condemn China apparently was Swalwell’s first (and likely not last) petulant move against the United States, and yet another move in favor of Beijing.
Then again, who can really blame Swalwell, considering Biden’s most recent response about the balloon?
“It’s not a major breach,” Biden brayed, “look, the total amount of intelligence gathering that’s going on by every country around the world is overwhelming.”
A surveillance balloon hovering over the nation’s largest nuclear arsenals is not a major breach? A surveillance balloon traversing the entire United States for more than a week, without being shot down, is not a major breach?
If that isn’t a major breach, what is?
Author: Jane Jones