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Madison Cawthorn lands starring role in his very own ethics investigation

Fresh off the heels of his embarrassing defeat in last week’s North Carolina GOP primary, soon-to-be-ex-congressman Madison Cawthorn just landed a starring role in his very own ethics investigation.Related: Five former campaign volunteers spill the tea about Madison Cawthorn just in time for primary dayThe House Committee on Ethics just announced that it’s launching an inquiry to determine whether the anti-LGBTQ lawmaker was involved in financial improprieties or engaged in an “improper relationship” with a staffer.Related: Lauren Boebert is having a terrible day on Twitter and it’s all Madison Cawthorn’s fault“The Investigative Subcommittee shall have jurisdiction to determine whether Representative Madison Cawthorn may have: improperly promoted a cryptocurrency in which he may have had an undisclosed financial interest, and engaged in an improper relationship with an individual employed on his congressional staff,” the committee said in a statement yesterday.BREAKING: The House Ethics Committee is investigating Madison Cawthorn. Let's hope they can finish their investigation before he's out of Congress.

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Aspen Daily News.On top of that, she’s introduced 17 bills, none of which have made it past committee, and a growing number of her constituents feel she’s more interested in making headlines than she is in representing them.Related: Lauren Boebert uses Father’s Day to again mock trans and non-binary peopleThat said, rather than, say, doing her job, Boebert has decided to focus her attention on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for their recent statement about COVID-19 misinformation being spread on Spotify by guys like Joe Rogan.Yesterday, Boebert tweeted: “We gave our final response to the Royal Family’s opinions in 1776… and we care even less what the Royal Rejects have to say.”We gave our final response to the Royal Family’s opinions in 1776… and we care even less what the Royal Rejects have to say.— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) January 30, 2022Just so everyone is clear, Harry and Meghan, who have a reported $25 million contract to produce podcasts for Spotify, aren’t “rejects.” They voluntarily stepped down as senior members of the royal family and moved to Southern California last January on their own accord.Related: Lauren Boebert is having an absolute panic attack over gender inclusive languageAlso, Meghan is an American citizen.