Democrat Gets NUKED Instantly When Trying to Use New Anti-Trump Talking Point

Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell just got absolutely SHREDDED when trying to deploy the left’s newest anti-Trump talking point.

The Dailywire’s Ben Shapiro was testifying before Congress about the coordinated effort to silence conservative media outlets and Swalwell thought it would be a good opportunity to score some good anti-Trump clips.

But Congressman Swalwell, as he so often does, got COMPLETELY embarrassed.

The Democrat rep. went completely off topic to ask Shapiro if he supports Project 2025 – a proposed presidential agenda set forth by the Heritage Foundation which the left has adopted to try and paint Donald Trump as an “extremist.”

Mr. Shapiro… the country in the last couple of weeks has talked about, googled Project 2025 … and you’re not going to get any censorship from me, so I just wanted to know from your perspective to help us understand on just like a scale of 0-100 percent, how much do you support Project 2025?” Swalwell asked.

Shapiro, however, was not interested in playing the Democrats’ little game.

Like President Trump, I haven’t looked all that deeply at Project 2025, but it seems that Democrats on this committee are sort of like Peter Pan and Tinkerbell,” Shapiro said, “If they say Project 2025, enough, their presidential candidate becomes alive again.”

Shapiro’s comments made the entire room bust out laughing as he blatantly exposed the fact that Swalwell and other Dems pushing this “Project 2025” narrative are only doing so to try and save Biden’s failed presidential bid – but it’s simply not enough.

Watch the video here to see the epic exchange.


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