House to Vote on Motion to Expel George Santos from Congress On Tuesday, November 10th, 2020, the United States House of Representatives will hold a historic vote that could potentially expel Representative George Santos of California. If the motion is successful, Santos will be the first member of Congress ever to be expelled in US history. Santos has been accused of numerous crimes, including misuse of campaign funds and obstruction of justice. He has also been accused of engaging in activities that would undermine the principles of Congress. Despite these accusations, Santos has denied all allegations and has thus far refused to resign from his post. In recent days, several representatives have come forward to call for an official vote to expel Representative Santos. Among the most prominent representatives to do so has been New York’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. In a scathing press release, Ocasio-Cortez stated, “This is an unprecedented move, but a necessary one. As a member of Congress, it is my duty to uphold the honor and integrity of the institution, and I believe that Representative Santos does not live up to the standards we must all abide by.” The majority of congressional representatives, including Democratic and Republican members, have supported the motion to expel Santos. However, some members have expressed concern about the potential implications of such an action. While most believe the vote is likely to pass, it is still unclear what the outcome might be. For Santos, this vote could mean the end of his career in Congress. Meanwhile, for the other members of Congress, this decision could have repercussions for years to come. It remains to be seen what action the House will ultimately decide to take. Regardless, the vote on Tuesday will be a historic moment, and all eyes will be on Washington.