Nasty Rep. Eric Swalwell Gets Spanked by Senator Ted Cruz After Making a Friendly Wager

California Representative Eric Swalwell made a wager with Texas Senator Ted Cruz on this weekend’s playoff game between the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers on Twitter.  It didn’t go well.

Eric Swalwell was recently removed from any committees he was on after the GOP took over the US House.  Swalwell was able to stay on the Intel Committee in the House under corrupt Nancy Pelosi after having engaged in an affair with a Chinese spy.

Pelosi Re-Appoints Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell to Intel Committee Despite His Sexual Relationship with Chinese Spy Fang Fang

Rep. Swalwell infamously refused to answer questions about whether he was sleeping with the Chinese spy Fang Fang.

Swalwell’s office claimed responding would require sharing “classified information” when Fox News host Tucker Carlson questioned them about whether or not they had a sexual relationship.

“His staff replied by saying that they could not comment whether Swalwell had a sexual relationship with Fang, because that information might be, quote, ‘classified,’ ” Carlson said on his show in 2020.

“Fang, who left the US in 2015 amid the investigation, also reportedly attempted similar influence operations on other Bay Area politicians, including Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna, whom she volunteered for in his failed 2014 campaign,” the New York Post previously reported.

Swalwell is a disaster and corrupt.  He ran for President and received no support and quickly stepped out of the race.

This week, Swalwell decided to offer a friendly wager to Texas US Senator Ted Cruz.   He shared on Twitter the following:

I will make this open bet to @tedcruz — if the @dallascowboys beat the @49ers I won’t tweet for the rest of January. If the @49ers win you can’t tweet for rest of January. How Texan are you, Ted? Deal?

Cruz responded with a zinger:

Swalwell never saw that coming. 

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