The days of Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) remaining in Congress would appear to be running out.
Santos has apparently decided to leave a path of destruction behind him, similar to a bull charging through a fine China shop on his way out the door.
As I am sure most of you know by now, Santos won his election on a completely fraudulent resume.
Not only that, his alleged criminal conduct continued after taking office.
An Ethics Committee investigation wrapped up last week, issuing a scathing report just before the Thanksgiving break for House members.
Even though Santos avoided an expulsion vote last time, that does not appear to be the case with the findings of the Committee being revealed.
Additionally, Santos is now facing 23 federal indictments, some of them for illegally using campaign finances on personal expenses, such as Botox and an OnlyFans account.
Santos continues to say he has been targeted, but now he is pointing fingers all over Congress.
Rather than go down quietly, Santos appears to be ready to burn the House down on his way out the door.
Santos went on a nearly three-hour X rant, saying that "there's felons galore" in Congress right now.
He further stated:
"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 continued claiming:
"[Some members of Congress 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.
"This s--- happens every single week. Where are the ethics investigations?"
I have always been very blunt about the fact that serving in Congress is not a right… it is a privilege, one that Santos should have lost the moment his entire resume was proven to be fabricated.
Members of Congress refused to expel him because of "due process," and now they have had it.
The Ethics Committee finally released its findings, and everything we thought about Santos was correct, and he should be expelled.
This is something that then-Speaker McCarthy should have taken care of after winning the gavel, but he insisted on allowing the investigation to take place, even though we knew for a fact that Santos had deceived voters with his resume.
Santos has been a stain on the GOP that has given the Democrat Party ample ammunition to use against them in the upcoming election cycle.
The sooner the Republican Party is rid of him, the better off it will be.