The White House press secretary had sharp words to say to reporters on Tuesday, Dec. 15, as they continue to ignore the scandals enveloping Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), and Hunter Biden.

Last week, Axios published a bombshell revelation that a Chinese female spy known as Christine Fang had cozied up to Swalwell, even helping him raise funds for his campaign in 2014. She then installed an intern in his office, and no doubt became privy to a lot of information.

Fang had reportedly seduced two mid-western mayors as well.

“In the last 24, 48 hours there have been quite a few stories that have not gotten a ton of coverage in the mainstream media, as former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer said, ‘Bias is often found in the stories the press does not cover,’” press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said before referring to some examples.

“We found out that Democrat Congressman Eric Swalwell was infiltrated by an alleged Chinese spy, this spy cozied up to Swalwell, raised funds for his 2014 campaign, and even planted an intern in his office and that relationship continued until the FBI briefed him in 2015, and that was some very good reporting done by Axios,” she said.

“But after entangling with this spy for years, Swalwell hypocritically went on to be one of the lead instigators of the Russia collusion hoax and the impeachment sham,” she added.


On Tuesday, a group of 17 Republican House members demanding Speaker Nancy Pelosi  “immediately remove” Swalwell from the House Intelligence Committee.

Fox News reported that although The New York Times won a Pulitzer Prize for a story on the Russian investigation, pushing the collusion narrative between the Trump campaign and Russia, they have so far ignored the Swalwell spy scandal.

“When the Swalwell story broke, guess how many minutes of coverage it got on ABC, NBC, MSNBC, and CBS? Zero. CNN devoted three minutes and 16 seconds to it,” McEnany said before scolding the media for ignoring the continuing Hunter Biden scandal.

“Which was not covered, at all, by many outlets in the lead up to the election. In fact, on Oct. 15 you had a New York Times headline that said, ‘Trump said to be warned that he was being given Russian disinformation over Hunter Biden,’” McEnany said. “Now, Dec. 10, just a few months later, New York Times headline, ‘Investigation of Hunter Biden is likely to hang over Biden as he takes office.’”

McEnany also pointed out to the press that although President Trump had recently brokered several Middle East peace deals, that rarely rated a mention.

As she concluded her conference, CNN’s far-left White House reporter Jim Acosta shouted, “Isn’t it hypocritical for you to accuse others of disinformation when you spread it every day?”

As we know, most CNN reporters have turned out to be hypocrites themselves.



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