On Thursday, certain Congress members were in an extremely combustible mood as they threw the United States House of Representatives into tumult as the result of a passionate argument.
George Santos (R-NY), apparently with justification, was publicly accused of being a “crook” by Representative Max Miller (R-OH). This follows upon a 56-page report laying out the mind-boggling corruption of Santos was issued earlier this month by the House Committee on Ethics.
According to the findings, Santos spent donors’ money on trips to casinos, shopping at high-end retailers and even Botox treatments and even, umm, OnlyFans payments. Santos has been bracing himself for the prospect of his removal from Congress for some time now, since the inquiry revealed substantial evidence of unlawful acts.
New York Republican Representative Marc Molinaro accused Santos of being “divorced from reality” and of misleading voters and abusing election rules for his own benefit, increasing the tension.
And yet, Santos wanted such heated remarks removed from the record.
As Santos began his retort, he said that his colleague wanted to accuse him of being a criminal.
“[That] very coworker who is alleged to have beaten women,” he protested.
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