Video of the Day: Did Eric ‘Nuke ‘Em’ Swalwell pass gas on live television?

    Updated: November 19, 2019 at 9:19 am EST  See Comments

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    It’s hard to believe what actually passes for “news” these days (no pun intended).  While appearing on MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” Eric “Nuke ‘Em” Swalwell appeared to pass gas.  This naturally caused the hashtag #fartgate to start trending on Twitter.

    According to the Daily Caller:

    The California lawmaker was making an appearance on MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” Monday evening to discuss the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. Unfortunately for Swalwell, he was the one speaking and observably pausing when viewers heard the noise.

    I knew @ericswalwell was full of hot gas…I mean air.

    — Christian Martinez (@C_RMartinez) November 19, 2019

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    Swalwell, of course, denies that it was him.  Whatever.

    Here’s the video as posted to YouTube.

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    We report, you decide…  Did he or didn’t he?  Or perhaps better yet, who the heck really cares?


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