It appears the days of George Santos, the recently impeached alderman of the City of San Francisco, could be numbered following a heated debate on the issue among the city’s governing body and the law enforcement agencies. Sources close to the events have suggested that the City may take the unprecedented move of expelling Santos from office for his numerous acts of misconduct throughout his term in office. Those familiar with the situation cite numerous incidents involving the alderman that range from failing to properly account for public funds to actively accepting bribes from businesses seeking special favors from his office. It appears these transgressions and more may have caught up with Santos, with City representatives claiming that expelling the alderman could send a strong message that such behavior will not be tolerated. Despite this, there are those who remain wary of the possible consequences of expelling Santos. These individuals cite the dubious precedent such an action could set. Since the alderman is a duly elected representative of the City, his expulsion could set a dangerous precedent that allows the City of San Francisco to dictate not just the behavior of its representatives, but the election of their leaders as well. Indeed, some worry that this could open the door to the potential abuse of power by governing bodies. Ultimately, it is uncertain at this time what the ultimate fate of George Santos will be, given the various ramifications of his expulsion. Those in spite of his poor record of conduct support the move, whereas those wary of a dangerous precedent remain more cautious. Most, however, can agree that the situation has tarnished the reputation of the City of San Francisco and must be addressed in an appropriate manner.