It's been 155 years since the Senate expelled a member. If voters in Alabama vote him in, could Roy Moore be the next to be expelled?
Many across the nation are appalled that a man who was twice a judge, then twice removed from that position, is even being considered for a seat in the Senate.
Now there are accusations that seem to be backed up by many, that he has assaulted teen girls, yet even the governor of ALA says she plans to vote for him.
But many also wonder if the Senate would actually expel him. They have not made any expressions of disapproval toward Donald Trump's misconduct or assault accusations, so why would they be adverse to Moore?
(CNN)On Monday afternoon, Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner said the Senate should vote to expel Roy Moore in the increasingly-unlikely event the Alabama Republican nominee wins a special election on December 12.
Another 15 Senators have been considered for expulsion but either resigned, saw their Senate terms expire before any action was taken or survived the two-thirds majority requirement vote.