Fellow Incoming GOP Congressman: ‘Investigate Santos’ + More News

Fellow Incoming GOP Congressman: ‘Investigate Santos’ + More News
George Santos (screen capture)

Some news items you might have missed:

Newsday: The hits keep coming for lying Rep.-elect George Santos (R-Long Island). Fellow incoming Rep. Nick LaLota (R-Bay Shore) says congressional investigators should look into Santos’ record.

Pink News: Folks are just finding out the Frank Sinatra classic “Fly Me To The Moon” was written by a gay man. The song’s composer and writer, Bart Howard, had a male partner – officially making “Fly Me to the Moon” an ode for the gays.

The Advocate: A coalition of 18 attorneys general are opposing Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Act — also known as the “don’t say gay” law.

LGBTQ Nation: Before Ricky Martin was livin’ la vida loca, the out gay pop star was an accidental child actor who starred in Burger King and Orange Crush commercials.

Axios: Adam Fox, convicted in August of conspiring to abduct Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020, was sentenced to 16 years in prison by a U.S. District Court judge on Tuesday. #Good

Business Insider: Meta, Paypal, and Tesla were among the Top 10 biggest losers among the S&P 500 this year.

USA Today: President Joe Biden said his administration will hold airlines accountable after nationwide flight cancellations following an extreme winter storm this past week. Thousands of flights were canceled this week, with many being from Southwest Airlines.