November 27, 2023

Disgraced GOP Rep. George Santos Unleashes Accusations Against Ethics Report

Rep. George Santos (R-NY) criticized his own colleagues after an ethics report was released against him over his alleged federal crimes during his run for the House.

Santos blasted the committee for taking on some issues while allowing others to go free.

"Within the ranks of the United States Congress, there’s felons galore, there’s people with all sorts of sheisty backgrounds," Santos posted to X.

"I have colleagues who are more worried about getting drunk every night with the next lobbyists that they’re going to screw and pretend like none of us know what’s going on and sell off the American people," he said, adding that some do not "show up to vote because they’re too hungover or whatever the reason is, or not show up to vote at all and just give their card out like f---ing candy for someone else to vote for them."

"Rep. George Santos says he expects colleagues will vote him out of Congress after a House ethics committee report accused of embezzling from his campaign for personal use," according to NBC News.

The report revealed that Santos used campaign funds for personal expenses, including receipts for adult content websites.

The information also noted that Santos has filed incomplete or fraudulent campaign finance reports during his campaign.

Santos has not responded to the specific details in his report but has claimed that some of the findings were slanderous and designed to remove him from Congress.

The congressman has already stated that he does not plan to run for reelection. However, he may face being expelled ahead of next year.

If so, New York will be forced to hold a special election that could lead to a new advantage for Democrats in the House.

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