Democrat Congressman’s Tweet Was A Big Fat Mistake

( Eric Swalwell: Is he really this stupid?

Swalwell tweeted a photo of Jared Kushner and Elon Musk with the caption, “They say a picture is worth a thousand words,” in what appears to be an attempt to make something sinister out of the two high-profile individuals attending a major sporting event.

The pair are watching from a suite that is also occupied by what appear to be Saudis, rich and royal.

Readers quickly pointed out how true his sentiments are, just not in the way he thinks.

Ian Miles Cheong tweeted a picture of Swalwell and Fang Fang together, writing, “I know right?”

Swalwell is best known for having an affair with Chinese spy Fang Fang while serving as a congressman for Democrats in the US House of Representatives.

In addition, Nancy Pelosi renewed Swalwell’s appointment to the Intel Committee despite his association with the spy Fang Fang.

Fang Fang worked as a “bundler” for Democrats like Swalwell.

Mike Cernovich quickly reminded Swalwell that he had his own “picture worth a thousand words.”

Five House members decided to take a trip funded by a trade group to Qatar earlier this year to enjoy the sun, and that trip included former 2020 presidential candidate Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.)

Swalwell and Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.) could be seen smiling broadly in Instagram pictures published by Business Insider while riding camels along the Persian Gulf.

The US-Qatar Business Council, which describes itself as “dedicated exclusively to enhancing the bilateral business relationship between the US and Qatar,” reportedly paid the $84,621.59 bill for the excursion.

Reps. Luis Correa (D-Calif.), Sara Jacobs (D-Calif.), and Lisa McClain joined Swalwell, a prominent member of the House Intelligence Committee, and Gallego (R-Mich.).

The Instagram image appeared to have been shared by Sydney Barron Gallego, then- finacée now-wife of Ruben Gallego, who at the time was riding a camel with the Swalwells as they took in the sights.

Because he is considered potentially compromised, Andrew McCarthy says the house plans on removing Swalwell from the Intel Committee.