As we said the other day when 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Eric Swalwell was soliciting donations for his campaign, we wonder if he’s noticed that he’s polling at around zero percent among currently declared candidates.
His first thought, when confronted with the logistics of his gun confiscation plan, was to threaten to deploy nukes on U.S. citizens. He embarrassed himself on cable news by being one of the loudest voices saying how the Mueller report would take down Trump. He embarrassed himself further by refusing to debate Dana Loesch on guns, demanding instead to talk to a man at the NRA.
And the other day his followers overwhelmingly chose to spend a hypothetical dollar on half a bag of chips rather than contribute to his campaign. Now he’s back and he wants five bucks.
5 to remove 45.
That’s all I’m asking for. $5 to get rid of the hatred, the bigotry, the lying.
Join the movement now: https://t.co/i9951LtV0D
— Eric Swalwell (@ericswalwell) April 18, 2019
Wait just a second. I thought you only wanted one dollar. Now you want five? @OrdyPackard
— Green&Gold920 (@green_gold920) April 19, 2019
Give a Dem an inch, they take a mile.
— Ordy's Amish School of Coding (@OrdyPackard) April 19, 2019
I'll pay $10, but I want the sidewalks edged too.
— Pooka Luck (@MuchLuck) April 20, 2019
Wait, what happened to a dollar? Damn, for 5 dollars I can get two family-size bags of chips.
— A Guy from NJ (@TheChuck1nator) April 20, 2019
I’ll take the 2.5 bags of chips.
— That Guy (@AlaskaNorseman) April 19, 2019
Damn bro, I wish you would’ve said something sooner. pic.twitter.com/n6ByoDXYaq
— Jack (@oaaselect) April 20, 2019
'Our starter package at $1 can help save our crumbling government…but today only I'm offering a removal service of hatred AND bigotry for only $5!! If you act now I'll even include getting rid of lying!
You won't find a deal like this again! Sign up today!!' pic.twitter.com/AuY09Dh8YA
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) April 19, 2019
Look slick. If anyone cared about you they would have already donated. I notice you have upped it from 1 to 5. Things not going so well? pic.twitter.com/XPqWV5D6pw
— Karsten Kinstler (@KarstenKinstler) April 20, 2019
+500% in one day.
Just like in Venezuela!
— Mike????? (@French__Mike) April 20, 2019
— onesoldiersmom ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@onesoldiersmom) April 19, 2019
You just literally talked down to a woman, @DLoesch, and asked to speak to the man in charge even tho she’s the expert. You’re the hateful bigot and it won’t cost us a thing for you to drop out
— Victor Nikki?? (@HapkidoBigDad) April 20, 2019
Be bold debate @DLoesch
— DRM (@JTMSDADDY) April 20, 2019
I’ll give you $5 if you debate @DLoesch ?
— Fletchlives1966 ?? (@flecha2) April 19, 2019
With this invitation, I handed $50 to the @NRA. Thanks for the reminder why I need to. ?
— Felipe Papa (@FELIPEPAPA6) April 20, 2019
I can’t wait until you announce you are “Suspending your Campaign”.
— Phil (@phil0616) April 20, 2019
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
IF YOU SAVE JUST $5 A DAY YOU CAN BUY A NEW RUGER AR-15 RIFLE IN 109 DAYShttps://t.co/KmPlDexY3K
— Red Eye Smirking Teen Robot (@Red_Eye_Robot) April 20, 2019
It’s official, you’re king panhandler of Twitter. There’s a crown with yo’ name on it in a dumpster somewhere. Destiny calling.
— Jeff Melody✝️?? (@JeffMelody2) April 20, 2019
Grifters gonna Grift –
I'd rather give 5$ to Jussie Smollett for a 5$ Footloog from @SUBWAY Sir…Eat Fresh!!..@ericswalwell Has the nerve to ask Americans who he's already said he'd take their gun away and nuke them for 5 Bucks…
The fuckin nerve of the Extreme Left… pic.twitter.com/HgcpKZQ2rK
— Paul Wes (@PaulWes_Nash) April 19, 2019
The old $5 trick again. pic.twitter.com/f5G6bV5ePu
— Ēlï (@samepeoplewho) April 19, 2019
I'll save my money and buy ammo
— American phoenix (@TheAmericanphoe) April 20, 2019
At today's prices, that $5 buys 20 rounds of 5.56 ammo. I think I'll go to the range.
— Vic Johnston (@GVJhnstn) April 20, 2019
I just threw $5 in the trash. MUCH better investment.
— CatzMO❌ ? (@CatzMO) April 19, 2019
Without hatred, bigotry and lying, would you even have a campaign?
— JWF (@JammieWF) April 20, 2019
— Pardon Flynn! (@RDodge1) April 20, 2019
— LisaAnne (@LisaAnneGA) April 20, 2019
— UCFRon (@UCFRon) April 20, 2019
— Lucas Jones (@Lucas_tn_raised) April 19, 2019
— Brad Cavendish (@brad_cavendish) April 20, 2019
$5 – wow, what a deal. You know, Imma save it for a gallon of gas here in CA – you know, the state you "represent."
— Felix the ? (@felixbazgan) April 19, 2019
Do we still get chips?
— Lexi (@lexiparker72) April 19, 2019
On my way to the store to get some chips.
— Ari (@dolcegabbanalov) April 20, 2019
I'm going to go with $5 of chips.
— The Sampo (@GoldSaltFlour) April 20, 2019
I wouldn't give you the lint out of my pocket.
— Johnny Blade™ ?????? (@BenjaminBreeg__) April 20, 2019
I’d rather get caught in a timeshare plan.
— Fed Up Guy (@GuyFedup) April 19, 2019
I would but I’m saving up for my backyard bomb shelter for when President Swalwell nukes me for not turning in my guns.
— Conservative in Marin (@JNOV57) April 19, 2019
Never gonna happen
— Cathy coats (@coats_cathy) April 20, 2019
Seriously: every time we see an Eric Swalwell campaign ad pop up in our feed now we get hungry for potato chips. That’s probably not the effect he wanted.
The choice is yours: Are you going to buy half a bag of chips or donate to Eric Swalwell’s campaign? https://t.co/PaHOzXnapf
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 19, 2019