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‘We Want Him Out’: House Republicans Looking To Expel Matt Gaetz By Using Findings Of Sexual Misconduct Investigation

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House Republicans are reportedly plotting to expel Rep. Matt Gaetz
House Republicans are reportedly plotting to expel Rep. Matt Gaetz. (Photo: Imgur)

As Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) ramps up his revolt against House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), numerous reports suggest that House Republicans are actively seeking to eliminate the presence of the Florida congressman altogether.

As reported by CNN, an unnamed House Republican conveyed that the caucus is eager to remove Gaetz and might leverage the results of the ongoing Ethics Committee inquiry into the Florida congressman to achieve this.

Citing the ongoing Ethics Committee examination into Gaetz, one Republican legislator warned that if he is not exonerated, those advocating for his removal might pursue expulsion.

“We want him out,” asserted the member.

The investigation is purportedly delving into accusations that Gaetz may have been involved in sexual misconduct, illicit drug use, or other forms of misconduct.

Fox News White House correspondent Jacqui Heinrich is also relaying information that House Republicans are gearing up to take action against Gaetz, contingent upon the ethics report’s outcome.

“No one can stand him at this point,” one House Republican told Heinrich. “A smart guy without morals.”

Gaetz responded to this report through a post on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

Related: Matt Gaetz Openly Vows To Oust McCarthy As GOP War Intensifies.

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