So long, Santos
Rep. George Santos was expelled from the House of Representatives. A majority of Republicans—including their entire leadership team—voted against expulsion, fearful of undermining their already narrow majority. Yet, the final vote of 311-114 easily exceeded the necessary two-thirds majority threshold, making Santos the sixth member ever ejected from the House and the first who hadn’t fought for the Confederacy or been convicted of a crime.
So what happens next? Here’s your answer.
Also, good riddance.
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