(Washington, DC) -- Embattled New York Congressman George Santos has been expelled from Congress.
The House voted 311-to-114 to remove Santos, with two members of Congress voting present. 100 More than 100 Republicans voted in favor of removing Santos who is now the sixth lawmaker to ever be pushed out of the chamber, and the third to be expelled since the Civil War.
George Santos was the target of two prior unsuccessful votes earlier this year. Many House members changed their vote after the release of a 56-page report from the bipartisan House Ethics Committee that slammed Santos for using campaign money to pay rent, purchase designer products and botox treatments, and several other allegations.