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George Santos Says House Expulsion Will Be ‘Badge Of Honor’ In 3-Hour Rant

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Rep. George Santos, a New York Republican facing expulsion over misuse of campaign funds, remained defiant during a live audio program.

Despite facing a damning House ethics report and a resolution for expulsion, Santos refused to resign and dismissed the allegations as politically motivated.

“You want to expel me? I’ll wear it like a badge of honor,” he exclaimed. (Trending: SNL Legend Unleashes On Democrats)

“I’ll be the only one expelled because people did not like me.”

“I will defend myself to the end of time,” Santos pressed.

“It ain’t gonna be the dude from Mississippi that’s gonna kick me, a New Yorker, out of Congress,” Santos said of Rep. Michael Guest, adding, “No offense to people from Mississippi.”

“I’m not going to resign. I haven’t been found guilty of anything.”

“I know I’m going to get expelled when this expulsion resolution goes to the floor because people are so quick to judge and ask and demand for political expediency,” he said.

“Have at it! It’s a badge of honor for me,” he pressed.

He portrayed himself as a victim of political calculations and criticized his colleagues, accusing them of hypocrisy and unethical behavior.

“I’m not running for re-election because I don’t want to work with a bunch of hypocrites. It’s gross,” Santos said.

“I have colleagues who are more worried about getting drunk every night with the next lobbyists that they’re going to screw and pretend like none of us know what’s going on, and sell off the American people. Not show up to vote because they’re too hungover, or whatever the reason is,” he added.

Santos also made bizarre accusations and compared his fellow Republicans to high school cliques, stating he only supports a few members of his delegation.

“Ever since I’ve taken Congress, reporters don’t care to write about adultery anymore,” he pressed.

“And trust me, there’s been plenty in this Congress, and nobody writes about it anymore because George Santos is here.”

“I don’t care to be part of their boys’ club,” Santos said.

“In my delegation, there are maybe two members that I would go to bat for. The rest of them can go pound sand. … The other 23, they can go blow up for all I care.”

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