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Sad! Eric Swalwell helps the Washington Free Beacon make the case against him being POTUS


Added 05-20-19 01:30:03pm EST - “"I don't think you are making the point you are intending to."” - Twitchy.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Twitchy.com: “Sad! Eric Swalwell helps the Washington Free Beacon make the case against him being POTUS”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Earlier today, the Washington Free Beacon’s Brent Scher shared his findings on Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell’s financial acumen, and let’s just say they’re illuminating, to say the least: Eric Swalwell started earning $174k a year in 2013. In that timespan he has: -Failed to pay down his student loan debt-Fallen into credit card debt-Cashed out a pension fund early-Not opened a savings account Now he’s running for President https://t.co/ZUDaf2CiYp — Brent Scher (@BrentScher) May 20, 2019

-Failed to pay down his student loan debt-Fallen into credit card debt-Cashed out a pension fund early-Not opened a savings account

More from the Free Beacon: It is unclear whether Swalwell has kept accounts off his disclosures because he has less than $5,000 cumulatively, or because he keeps all his money in non-interest-bearing accounts, which are generally used only by financial novices and are becoming a thing of the past. He has also been prone to making errors on his disclosures. He failed to report his student loan debt on his original disclosures and falsely stated on his 2013 disclosure that he still owned the Alameda County pension he’d already cashed out. … Swalwell’s office directed questions on the congressman to his campaign. His campaign did not respond to detailed questions on his financial disclosures.

It is unclear whether Swalwell has kept accounts off his disclosures because he has less than $5,000 cumulatively, or because he keeps all his money in non-interest-bearing accounts, which are generally used only by financial novices and are becoming a thing of the past.

He has also been prone to making errors on his disclosures. He failed to report his student loan debt on his original disclosures and falsely stated on his 2013 disclosure that he still owned the Alameda County pension he’d already cashed out.

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