Naysa Woomer wrote an opinion piece that sounds a lot like an attempt to rehab her image.
September 14 2023 3:04 PM
Samuel Miele has been accused of impersonating the chief of staff to Republican House leader Kevin McCarthy to raise campaign funds for George Santos.
The New York Times has documented several instances of the gay Republican approaching political cronies for his own benefit. Santos denies any wrongdoing.
Censure doesn’t remove a member of Congress from office, but it stays on the member’s permanent record.
The lying congressman is upset that he believed the anti-LGBTQ+ governor to be different from how he actually is.
The embattled gay congressman's lawyer has tried to keep the names secret, contending they'll be harassed and back out.
A federal judge has ruled that disclosing the three sources of the half-million dollar bond security George Santos’ freedom while he awaits trial is in the public’s interest.
There has been a lot of movement this week in legal proceedings against the New York congressman.
He tried to attack President Biden, Democrats, and the meida and insisted he was innocent and cooperating with prosecutors.
According to his federal elections filings, the gay New York congressman returned more donations than he received in the first quarter of 2023.