George Santos expelled, now he seeks revenge

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George Santos has vowed to file ethics complaints against four members of the House of Representatives after the lower chamber of Congress voted to expel him in a historic vote.

On Friday, more than 100 House Republicans joined with Democrats to remove the accused fraudster in a 311-114 vote, clearing the two-thirds threshold required for the motion to pass.

Santos hit back on X, formerly Twitter, in a series of posts. He wrote that he will report four of his former colleagues, three Republicans and one Democrat, who voted against him to the Office of Congressional Ethics. Those listed were New Jersey Democrat Rob Menendez and Republicans Nicole Malliotakis, Mike Lawler and Nick LaLota. Newsweek has reached out to the offices of Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, Rep. Mike Lawler and Rep. Nick LaLota by email, as well as that of Rep. Rob Menendez by telephone and voicemail message.

Posting on X, Santos wrote that he would request an investigation into Malliotakis, “regarding her questionable stock trading since joining the Ways and Means committee this Congress.”



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