If it weren’t for the fact that George Santos’s pending expulsion from the U.S. House puts the Republican majority in dire peril, I wouldn’t give a crap about the freshman New York lawmaker’s future.
He’s a piss-ant Republican back-bencher who lied his way into an elected office; then we have learned that he stole money from his campaign chest for personal use. The House ethics committee’s scathing report appears to have changed the minds of some congressmen and women who voted against expelling Santos in earlier votes.
What is truly astonishing, though, about this fraud’s counterattack has been the what-aboutism he is employing, suggesting that many of his colleagues also are “felons” who need to be exposed for the crimes he says they committed. Any proof? Hah! Nope. None, man.
This idiot has redefined political lying. He lied about his mother being victimized on 9/11, about his ancestors being victimized by Nazis during the Holocaust, his academic pedigree, his previous employment record … stop me before I forget something!
The guy is a first-class fraud. He has become a living, breathing late-night comics’ joke.
To think he’s been serving in Congress, in the People’s House.
Oh, how I hope the House gets rid of this bum.