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Office Of Congressional Ethics Cites Steve Stockman’s Dishonesty

Steve Stockman was finally busted for being the crook that he is, but will they do anything about it?
Office Of Congressional Ethics Cites Steve Stockman’s Dishonesty

Via Breitbart Unmasked:

By a unanimous vote, the Office of Congressional Ethics has found “substantial reason” to believe that Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX) broke ethics rules and campaign finance laws. Their report calls for Stockman and eight of his campaign staff to be subpoenaed to testify before the House Ethics Committee even though he lost his Senate bid against John Cornyn. The Sunlight Foundation, whose reporting spurred the OCE’s investigation, reports that Stockman is in trouble because his story made no sense to them:

According to the preparers, Stockman offered varying explanations for the...

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