Tom Malinowski

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Tom Malinowski
Tom Malinowski, official portrait.jpg
U.S. Representative from New Jersey's 7th Congressional District
From: January 3, 2019 – present
Predecessor Leonard Lance
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
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Party Democrat

Tomasz “Tom” Malinowski (born September 23, 1965 in Slupsk, Poland (age 56)) is a diplomat and left-wing Democrat who currently represents New Jersey's 7th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives. He previously served under the Obama administration, and worked as a lobbyist for Human Rights Watch prior to that.

Malinowski once lobbied against the establishment of a child sex offender registry because he thought that such would somehow be unjust towards convicted sex offenders.[1]

U.S. House of Representatives

117th Congress

In the 117th Congress ethics complaints were filed against Malinowski alleging he violated federal law by failing to disclose more than 100 stock trades worth as much as $5 million.[2]

2018 election

Malinowski ran for and won election to the United States House of Representatives in the 2018 Midterm Elections,[3] defeating Republican then-incumbent Leonard Lance by five percentage points after the latter joined moderate/liberal House Republicans in supporting gun control[4] and attempted to force a vote on DACA amnesty.[5]

Tenure

Malinowski is a member of the New Democrat Coalition, a group of phony "moderates" who tend to be as far-left as the rest of the Democratic Party.

Despite previously being opposed to impeaching Donald Trump, Malinowski changed his mind in a bout of Romnesia in late May 2019.[6] By late 2019, he supported and voted in favor of the impeachment coup.[7]

In April 2020, Malinowski joked about threatening a quid pro quo at the expense of Kentuckians to pressure Sen. Mitch McConnell to push for Democrat legislation.[8]

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