He really stepped in it now…
According to The Blaze, New York Rep. Sean Maloney prompted ethics concerns after a report revealed he spent nearly $29,000 on “ground transportation” in the last nine months of 2020.
Among the list of payments made are “nearly $20,000 in lease and insurance payments, more than $3,600 in collision repairs, nearly $2,200 in gas, more than $2,100 in rental car fees, and nearly $500 for a satellite radio subscription.”
Ironically, Maloney called for his constituents to stay home during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Stay at home. Don’t go out if you don’t need to, minimize your contact with other people,” he said.
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