The Hill. He told reporters afterward he did so, “because there’s a process — in this country, everybody is innocent until proven guilty.”Later, on Twitter, he posted the following statement.“This evening, Congress referred H.
Res. 114, a vote for expulsion, to the House Committee on Ethics. I fully respect this procedure as I have the utmost respect for the Ethics Committee as they work diligently to preserve and protect the integrity of this body.
I have been and will continue to fully cooperate with the Ethics Committee and their investigation.”pic.twitter.com/tNUAFPDVIlBesides the lies he told about his background, the committee is investigating the gay, GOP lawmaker’s campaign finances.
They want to determine if he engaged in unlawful activity.After the House voted, Santos spoke to reporters on the steps outside Congress.