Show Stopper: GOP Superstar Eviscerates Radical Democrats

Wow. You gotta love it when a fiesty conservative lawmaker takes a page from Trump’s book to hilariously expose radical Democrat lawmakers who openly hate America and, in some cases, “sleep with the enemy.”

Republican Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert ripped Democratic California Eric Swalwell on the House floor Wednesday for his alleged relationship with Chinese operative Christine Fang, “Fang Fang.”

The America First rep condemned the Democrat-led vote to censure Republican Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar, who was stripped of his committee assignments for posting a video of himself pretending to kill Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and attacking President Joe Biden.

Boebert called Gosar’s committee removal “a dumb waste of the House’s time” and pointed to alleged “inappropriate actions” committed by Democratic representatives that hold committee positions.

She also completely eviscerated leading radical Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar, referring to her as a member of the “jihad squad” and exposing the shady businesses practices by employing her husband and paying him with taxpayer money. Boebert also made reference to Omar’s “brother-husband” as it was proven last year the Minnesota progressive married her own brother.

Fang, who worked in San Francisco on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party’s Ministry of State Security, assisted in helping raise money for the Swallwell’s 2014 re-election campaign and hired an intern to serve in his congressional office.

Swalwell was appointed by then-House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to serve on the House Intelligence Committee in Jan. 2015. The FBI briefed Swalwell on his close ties with Fang shortly after his selection to the committee, causing the California representative to cut ties with the Chinese spy completely.

Swalwell has repeatedly refused to discuss his relations with Fang and denied any wrongdoing, yet sources reveal – along with photo evidence – that Swallwell and Fang’s relationship was more than friendly.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth