In mid-December, GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters at the Capitol that after he met with the FBI, regarding Democrat Rep Eric Swalwell’s relationship with Chinse spy Fang Fang, that Rep. Swalwell ‘should not be on the House Intelligence Committee.

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“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.

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.

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.

Swalwell and Communist China spy, Fang Fang

 

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.

Today, in a tweet, the disgraced lawmaker who was sleeping with a spy from Communist China attempted to shame Republican Senators for demanding free and fair elections in America. Swalwell told his followers to “Name and shame these enemies of democracy.”

Today, in a joint statement Senators Cruz, Johnson, Lankford, Daines, Kennedy, Blackburn, Braun, Senators-Elect Lummis, Marshall, Hagerty, Tuberville announced that they will “reject the electors from disputed states as not ‘regularly given’ and ‘lawfully certified’ (the statutory requisite), unless and until that emergency 10-day audit is completed.”

Apparently, Democrat lawmakers like Eric Swalwell, believe addressing the concerns of tens of millions of voters who believe their votes were stolen in disputed states is more offensive than sleeping with Communist spies.

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