California Democrat Eric Swalwell has reportedly been spending big and using campaign cash to do so.
Swalwell, who sits on the House Intel Committee despite allegedly being compromised by a spy from China, allegedly used campaign dollars on booze, limo rides and even a posh hotel where his wife works.
Imagine the media’s reaction if Swalwell was a Republican.
FOX News reports:
Swalwell spent thousands of campaign dollars on booze and limo services, $20K at hotel where his wife worked
Prominent Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell of California appears to have spent tens of thousands of campaign dollars on booze and limousine services, as well as over $20,000 at the luxury hotel where his wife used to work.
The tens of thousands of campaign dollars include limo services, luxury hotels, high-end restaurants and alcohol delivery services over the course of the second quarter, according to FEC records reviewed by Fox News.
The California congressman appears to have been driven in style with his FEC records showing the campaign spending over $10,000 on 26 rides from various limousine and luxury car services. Swalwell’s campaign also spent over $26,000 on luxury hotels.
More than $20,000 of the campaign funds that were spent at luxury hotels went to the Ritz Carlton, Half Moon Bay, where Swalwell’s wife was the director of sales of the hotel according to her LinkedIn profile until 2019.
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Is Swalwell going to get a pass for this?
Swalwell also spent $205 at The Knot, a wedding website that lists registries, for "Supporter Appreciation" https://t.co/Uj4Fc0gtch
— Houston Keene (@HoustonKeene) July 20, 2021
Hey @RepSwalwell, you're always so quick to chime in on any topic, got a quick comment for me here? https://t.co/eJla0iGV0a
— Jaron Guiley (@IRONRANGER218) July 20, 2021
Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., spent more than $30,000 in campaign funds on limousine rides, high-end restaurants, luxury hotels and alcohol delivery in the second fiscal quarter, according to Federal Election Commission records reviewed by Fox News. https://t.co/Ne3bUx3HMI
— Newsmax (@newsmax) July 20, 2021
If these allegations are true, shouldn’t Swalwell resign?
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