We’re not sure which part of Rep. Eric Swalwell’s tweet is funnier, that he thought anyone would believe a hotel desk agent opened up to him about how America is more corrupt than Eastern Europe OR that Democrats are fixing anything.
Maybe a little bit of both.
Checking into hotel, the desk agent—a US citizen from Eastern Europe—tells me, “Whenever I’d visit my birth country I’d always complain about its corruption. Now when I do that, my friends say, ‘you’re talking to us about corruption?’” and they laugh at me. We are fixing that.
— Rep. Eric Swalwell (@RepSwalwell) February 25, 2019
But the bigger question in all of this is did Eric ever get his coffee?!?!
Forget being in government, this guy should consider writing fiction because he is really good at making stuff up.
— Otis White (@OtisWhi27174033) February 25, 2019
Which is even sadder than a golf clap.
Awesome!!! So you are resigning?????
— Milton Friedman (@FreeMarketMilt) February 25, 2019
— LIT_CYBERMAN (@UKISOCIETY) February 25, 2019
— markm (@mark_matth) February 25, 2019
It's cute that you think corruption is new to our government. We've always had a problem with it.
Regulatory capture and the fact that Congressman leave office far richer then they were when they got there pops to mind ? https://t.co/cFu6WWtVCY
— Persnickety (@Dawnsfire) February 25, 2019
— Ed Lanaro (@L8NitePoker) February 25, 2019
We see what he did here.
I love the stories that you make up. Cute!
— Jake G (@JGolding13) February 25, 2019
Right?! Should totally write them down and draw pictures to go along with them.
And the whole schoolbus applauded!
— Humane Cannonball (@DaveKapolei) February 25, 2019
USA! USA! USA!
How about starting in your own group – as long as the Governor of VA remains in office – your lips are moving but making no sounds.
— Craig B (@craigbisme) February 25, 2019
Oh, yeah, about Governor Ralph Northam …
Still searching for that coffee through the Sunni triangle? Be safe!
— John Gaulin (@jg_gaulin) February 25, 2019
We were super worried for him too.
I’ll take “things that didn’t happen” for $1000, Alex
— A ? (@ACRCHH2018) February 25, 2019
This is obviously a completely real story about a thing that actually happened.
— Brandon Garrett (@BatDaddyOfThree) February 25, 2019
Just like you walked 3 more minutes to Starbucks your a real hero ?
— LeadRight2020 (@LeadRight20) February 25, 2019
In the next installment of "Things that Never Happened"……..
— Andrew Baker (@NotAndrewBaker) February 25, 2019
Nah. But pretending is fun. pic.twitter.com/l4wzOaLkA1
— Chris Tsotsoros (@ctsotsoros) February 25, 2019
You still haven’t figured out that Twitter is not your friend.
— BattleSwarm (@BattleSwarmBlog) February 25, 2019
How did that person feel about you using nukes on American citizens?
— SinEater – 'Absolution is What We Do' (@_Sin_Eater_) February 25, 2019
— Adam Bear (@American__Grit) February 25, 2019
Totally believable. I'll give you props for not saying it was a stranger's 5-year-old.
— Jon Q Public (@95bravo1994) February 25, 2019
Don’t give him any ideas.
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