The FBI on Friday briefed GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Speaker Pelosi on Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell’s relationship with Chinse spy Fang Fang.
McCarthy emerged from the briefing Friday afternoon and told reporters at the Capitol that Swalwell ‘should not be on intel’ committee.
I had a briefing from the FBI today to learn more about Eric Swalwell’s ties to a reported-spy from China, and one thing is now crystal clear:
Swalwell should no longer be on the Intel Committee.
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) December 18, 2020
“I don’t talk about what goes on inside there, but it only raised more questions. The one thing that was fundamentally answered, he should not be on Intel,” he said.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) December 19, 2020
Swalwell currently sits on the House Intelligence Committee and has access to some of the nation’s most highly classified information.
Fang was a “bundler” for Eric Swalwell and other Democrat candidates but it was also believed the Chinese spy and honeypot had an intimate relationship with Swalwell.
Rep. Swalwell however refused to confirm if he had an intimate relationship with Fang Fang.
On Friday, a source on Capitol Hill confirmed to the Federalist that Swalwell indeed had a sexual relationship with Fang Fang.
“A source on Capitol Hill confirmed to @FDRLST today that Rep. Eric Swalwell had a sexual relationship with communist Chinese spy Fang Fang. The FBI finally briefed congressional leaders today on the details of Fang Fang’s interactions with lawmakers on behalf of communist China.” -Via Federalist co-founder Sean Davis.
A source on Capitol Hill confirmed to @FDRLST today that Rep. Eric Swalwell had a sexual relationship with communist Chinese spy Fang Fang. The FBI finally briefed congressional leaders today on the details of Fang Fang’s interactions with lawmakers on behalf of communist China.
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 18, 2020
Pressure is mounting on Pelosi to remove Swalwell from the highly sensitive post after it was revealed he was targeted by suspected spy Fang Fang before she fled the country in 2015.
Fang reportedly cozied up to a slew of US elected officials, including Swalwell, in a bid to infiltrate the US political system, according to an Axios report which cited US intelligence officials.
Members on the panel are privy to America’s most classified national security secrets — raising questions about Swalwell’s fitness to serve on the committee.
This is a developing story. Stay tuned to 100% FED UP for breaking updates on Swalwell’s relations with the alleged Chinese spy.