Outraged George Santos voters promise to make his life a nightmare till he resigns

Voters rallied outside Rep. George Santos’ (R-NY) alleged office in Queens, NY, pledging to make his life a nightmare until he resigns.

“I’m here to remind you George that we’re going to make every single day in this neighborhood a living nightmare for you until you find us” – Rally outside supposedly o
Queens office of George Santos, calls for his resignation #whereisgeorge pic.twitter.com/9gzJf4kugj

— Oliya Scootercaster 📽️ (@ScooterCasterNY) January 13, 2023

One of the speakers said Santos believes “he will weather the storm and these two years will be a breeze. I’m here to remind you George, this is going to make every single day in this neighborhood a living nightmare until you find us… George Santos, who we know doesn’t live here, but what George Santos doesn’t know, the people of Long Island don’t give up easily. We will not just turn around and accept the fact that our congressman is a fraud, a liar, and a cheat. We are not giving up easily and will continue to unite as Republicans and Democrats to hold him accountable, to challenge him and to make every single day a living nightmare until he does the right thing and resigns.”

George Santos voters are doing what Speaker Kevin McCarthy refuses to do. They urge Santos to resign. McCarthy will not take a stand and will refuse to put Santos on committees because he needs his vote. If McCarthy told Santos to hit the bricks and deny him committee jobs, he could lose 25% of his House majority.

Subscribe to our newsletter for more stories like these:

The people of Santos’ district are angry that they have been betrayed, and if House Republicans don’t act, they will.

Jason is the managing editor. He is also a White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.

Awards and professional memberships

Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association

You might also like

Comments are closed.