Late last week, Twitchy reported on the ‘rumor’ that Rep. Eric Swalwell is planning on running for president in 2020 … which made us all laugh a whole lot. Mainly because he just doesn’t seem to understand reality, let alone policy and government, hence his representing California.
Does he really think Dems taking the House (which was predicted weeks ago) was a Blue Wave?
It’s time to call the #midterms results exactly what they were, a #BlueWave. As we govern, let’s recognize the American people voted for us to #ProtectOurCare, grow paychecks, and defend democracy by putting a balance of power on an abuse of power.
— Rep. Eric Swalwell (@RepSwalwell) November 11, 2018
The tidbit about how Democrats grow paychecks is especially hilarious considering they’ve already promised to raise our taxes if they are in power.
Can we stop all "wave" talk? Unless you're at the beach, hailing a cab or saying hi to Can we stop all "wave" talk? Unless you're at the ocean, hailing a cab or saying hi to someone across the street, the word "wave" is not applicable.
— Ron Clements (@Ron_Clements) November 11, 2018
It really isn’t.
A wave would have been taking a majority in Congress and it certainly wouldn’t have included losing Missouri and Indiana in the Senate.
— IrritatedWoman™ (@irritatedwoman) November 11, 2018
Something like that … batsh*t to be exact.
— Ken Diesel (@KenDiesel) November 12, 2018
How are you going to grow paychecks when you’re going to raise taxes and add $32 trillion to our debt with your “healthcare for all?” Ever taken an economics class???🙄
— Trevor Thacker (@trethack24) November 11, 2018
Because taking more money from Americans somehow makes them more successful or something.
Don’t look at us, man, we just work here.