Swalwell Exits The 2020 Race, Patriots Pay Tribute In Humiliating Fashion: ‘Safe To Say [His] Pres Bid Just Got Nuked’

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Three months after his presidential announcement, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) officially dropped out of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, where he held a press conference to make his formal announcement on Monday.

Swalwell, led the charge of collusion conspiracy alongside his pal Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who both claimed to have evidence that President Trump colluded, along with calling Trump an agent of Russia and demanding his impeachment.

The California lawmaker, who has lagged in polls, has formally become the first in the crowded Democratic field to drop out of the contest since the race took shape this spring. He took part in the first series of debates late last month.

Last week during an interview on CNN, Swalwell tried defending his reasoning for why he still has an asterisk next to his name, instead of a countable number in the recent polls.

“So it’s early as you know, just under 500 days until the next election. But also what’s interesting about that poll is that 57% of the people polled did not watch the debate. Yeah, it’s early. You know I got about 4 minutes total to talk. Others like the vice president and, you know, people who are polling higher right now talked for about 12 to 13 minutes,” Swalwell claimed.

Swalwell made gun control the centerpiece of his presidential campaign, calling for legislation aimed at combating gun violence, but it did not pan out so well after suggesting in November that the government use nuclear weapons against those who did not obey with a “hypothetical” gun ban. (Continued Below)

During his press conference on Monday, Swalwell said he had made progress on the goal of focusing the debate on gun control. “Today ends our presidential campaign. But it is the beginning of an opportunity in Congress. I have no regrets. I’m excited about what we’ve done,” he said at the presser exactly three months after he launched his campaign back in April.

He also posted on Twitter Monday officially ending his campaign and wrote, “I want [to] thank my supporters & friends, my staff, & my family for making this journey possible. I’ll never forget the people I met & lessons I learned while traveling around our great nation. Though our campaign is ending our mission to end gun violence is just beginning…”

Looks like Swalwell won’t be banning anyone’s firearms, after all. (Continued Below)

It’s worth noting last month, Swalwell said, “I know this country, and I can beat Donald Trump.” [Emphasized.]


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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel’s team posted comments from Swalwell made over the weekend, in which Swalwell said McConnell would not be re-elected in 2020 and could therefore not block gun control legislation pushed by a Swalwell administration and passed by a Democratic-controlled House. “Good work, Swalwell,” the staff wrote on Monday.

Peter Hanson wrote, “This is the moment Swalwell became president.”

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We leave you Swalwell’s “tippy top” moments:

(Related: Snow-Covered Swalwell Brags He Avoided Trump Tower For Coffee, Instantly Gets Roasted)