Alleged House Republican Crime Wave Could Destroy Majority
Multiple House Republicans are alleged to have committed crimes, and if they leave Congress, the GOP majority could be in jeopardy.
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A Republican Party that ran on being tough on crime seems to have a crime problem of its own.
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The story of Representative-Elect George Santos (R-NY) contines to get more strange and potentially criminal by the day. A New York state lawmaker has asked the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York to investigate Santos.
A Santos campaign staffer is accused of impersonating a Kevin McCathy aide to solicit donations. There is some potentially serious criminal activity associated with Santos and if he goes down the Republican House majority drops to three.
Then there is Rep. Drew Ferguson of Geogria who has pushed false claims of election fraud while violating Georgia law by voting in a county that he no longer lives in.
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