Here we go again, folks. Round two of the freshman Dem Reps having affairs with staffers.
The House Committee on Ethics has launched a second probe in one week’s time involving another freshman Democrat who stands accused of having a sexual affair with a congressional staffer.
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On Thursday, the ethics committee announced a probe has been launched to investigate allegations that Democratic Michael San Nicolas of Guam (a non-voting member of the lower chamber) had an affair with a staffer.
You probably know by now that Rep Katie Hill, whose pornographic pictures of her and a staffer were leaked, has just resigned her House position after the ethics committee began an investigation into her dirty doings.
In a statement announcing the investigation of Del. San Nicolas, Chairman Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) and ranking member Kenny Marchant (R-Texas) wrote: “The Committee is aware of public allegations that Delegate Michael F. Q. San Nicolas may have engaged in a sexual relationship with an individual on his congressional staff, converted campaign funds to personal use, and/or accepted improper or excessive campaign contributions.”
According to Pacific Daily News, San Nicolas’ former chief of staff and congressional campaign manager, John Paul Manuel, publicly accused his former boss of “using federal campaign funds to facilitate an extramarital affair.”
Manuel made his disclosure by writing it on San Nicolas’ Facebook page, saying the representative carried on a five-year affair with a campaign aide, and later hired the same alleged “mistress” to serve on his congressional staff. “I never wanted it to be my business but he literally made it my job,” Manuel wrote of San Nicolas. “It was literally at one point 50 percent of my tasks. They had a whole other second life with each other for years.”
In an interview with The Guam Daily Post, San Nicolas taunted his accuser, saying, “There comes a time and place where we are not going to be entertaining things unless there is a legal basis to be entertaining it. So, if anybody thinks that I am having an extramarital affair with a staffer, and that’s against the rules, then file the complaint.”
San Nicolas went on to tell the newspaper he would not speak about his personal life “unless someone is going to be balls enough to step up to the plate and make an accusation on the record.”
The Washington Times noted that both San Nicolas and Hill are accused of breaking a new rule passed just last year, “against office romance that the House adopted as part of its response to the #MeToo movement, aiming to protect congressional staff from predatory bosses.” [The Blaze]
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