When the Republican-led ethics committee don’t like a Republican’s ethics, you’re in deep doo-doo.
The Republican-led House Ethics Committee said Thursday that it has issued dozens of subpoenas and requests for information in connection with its investigation of Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., who was indicted last month on 13 counts, including making materially false statements to the House.
In a statement, the committee, which has been investigating Santos since early March, said that it was “actively working to resolve this matter in an expeditious timeframe” and that it had issued over 30 subpoenas and more than 40 voluntary requests for information.
It did not say who had been subpoenaed, nor did it provide any information on the nature of the subpoenas, citing House and Committee rules on the confidentiality of its work.nbc news
I wonder if each separate George needs his/her/they own subpoena too?