Eric Swalwell Posts Photo of His Kid’s Bedroom Door, and Something Just Isn’t Right

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Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) may be infamous for passing gas on live television and allegedly having an affair with a Chinese spy, but his recent social media post accidentally raises new questions about the embattled congressman.

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On Friday, Swalwell posted a photo on X/Twitter of his kid’s bedroom, which features a Post-It note in the child’s handwriting that reads, “No dad in my room.”

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I can’t exactly explain why he would want to post such a thing in the first place. He adds no further context, so we have no idea why the child posted the note. But Swalwell made the already bizarre post incredibly creepy by writing “Don’t threaten me with a good time.”

If you think I’m joking, I’m not. I wish I was. Here’s the post:

The creepiness doesn’t stop there. If you look at the photo, you’ll notice that not only does the door have a lock, but the locking mechanism is also on the outside.

If Swalwell thought he was making a humorous post about fatherhood, he messed it up badly. For one thing, we can all agree that if there’s some dispute going on in the family, it’s better to keep it private for everyone’s sake. But what is “don’t threaten me with a good time” supposed to mean, and why is the child’s door set up so that it can be locked from the outside?

As you can expect, users were justifiably concerned about the photo.

“Can someone tell me what this means?” asked conservative radio host Joe Pags. “And, why he reacted this way?”

There were many more where that came from:

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There were also many reactions that Swalwell personally hid from his timeline.

Something tells me that Swalwell didn’t think things through when he posted this.

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