Tucker Uncovers Thousands of Dollars in Suspicious Spending from Swalwell’s Campaign Finance Records

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Campaign finance records obtained by Fox News show that Eric Swalwell spent thousands in campaign contributions — that’s money he raised to run for office… money he is prohibited by federal law from spending on himself — he spent that money on expenses that seem suspiciously like personal luxeries,” Tucker Carlson reported on his Tuesday night program.

“Those would include limo rides, booze deliveries, high-end steakhouses. And some of those expenditures appear very clearly to be for personal use. Again, that’s illegal,” Tucker added as he exposed Rep. Swalwell’s suspicious spending.

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“Most interestingly on the disclosure form, more than $20,000 of Eric Swalwell’s campaign expenditures went to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Half Moon Bay, California,” Tucker revealed. “Now weirdly, maybe not so weirdly, Eric Swalwell’s wife is an executive at that very hotel.”

“So, clever members of Congress — the honest ones — don’t do things like that. And when they do things like that, they tend to get in very deep trouble,” Tucker pointed out.

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