After Ouster, George Santos Seeks Revenge

Disgraced congressman George Santos has fired off a series of tweets promising to file ethics complaints against some of the House members who voted him out.

The fallen congressman, ax to grind firmly in hand, lobbed accusations at New York GOP Reps. Nicole Malliotakis, Nick LaLota and Mike Lawler, as well as against New Jersey Democratic Rep. Rob Menendez.

He accused LaLota of being a “no-show” during a stint working at a local board of elections while he was going to law school. A LaLota spokesperson fired back, telling The Hill that “George is just mad the congressman has three actual degrees, while he lied about one.”

According to Huffington Post, he included Lawler. “At the time, a Lawler spokesperson told the news outlet that he didn’t enrich himself off his campaigns and that he had cleared everything with lawyers. In response to the new accusations by Santos, a s,pokesperson simply told the New York Post that it was a “badge of honor” to be “attacked by a serial liar and con man like George Santos.”

Santos accused Malliotakis, who has previously come under fire for buying stocks following private conversations with bank regulators, of “questionable” trading. A Malliotakis spokesperson told the Post, “We don’t respond to expelled George Santos because he is a scorned and known serial liar.”

Finally, Santos said Menendez should be investigated in connection to his father, New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez — who stands accused of bribery and acting as a foreign agent for Egypt, which he has denied. A spokesperson told The Hill that the younger Menendez will “not expend any energy responding” to Santos’ “Botox-fueled fits of rage.”

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