Just mere minutes before the House took a vote to determine the fate of now-former Rep. George Santos’ future in Congress, Rep. Max Miller (R-OH) delivered a shocking new allegation against Santos in a mass email.
George Santos is accused of stealing from Rep. Max Miller’s own mother.
“Earlier this year I learned that the Santos campaign had charged my personal credit card – and the personal card of my Mother – for contribution amounts that exceeded FEC limits. Neither my mother nor I approved these charges or were aware of them. We have spent tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees in the resulting follow up,” Miller wrote in the email.
What kind of sick person do you have to be to steal from an elderly woman, let alone the mother of one of your own colleagues?
Miller knew that it was now or never when it came to expelling the crooked Santos and took his shot.
It’s safe to say, he hit a bullseye.
“While I understand and respect the position of those who will vote against the expulsion resolution, my personal experience related to the allegations and findings of the Ethics Committee compels me to vote for the resolution,” Miller continued in the email.
Moments later, Congress took a vote and reached a decision: Santos was done.
Lawmakers voted 311- 114 to kick shady Santos to the curb.
He’s set to go to trial for his crimes in September of 2024 unless he agrees to plea deal prior to that date.
However, Santos has adamantly declared his innocence, so there’s a good chance we will see him in court next fall.
While we won’t know the outcome of Santos and his indictments for some time, we do know he has been expelled from Congress and is out the door where he belongs.
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