However, censoring a House member has historically not been partisan. The last time a lawmaker was censored was in 2010, when Rep. Charles B. Rangel (DN.Y.) take a public rebuke – also from Pelosi – for 11 ethics violations, including the misuse of congressional letterhead to raise funds and inaccurate financial reporting and federal tax returns. At the time, the board voted overwhelmingly to censor Rangel, from 333 to 79. Seventy-seven Democrats and two Republicans voted against the censorship. And while Democrats close to Rangel have tried to downgrade the criticism to reprimand, other Democrats and Republicans have rejected that effort. A reprimand is a less severe form of punishment that, according to House rules, is “slightly less punitive” because it does not require the offending member to be yelled at in front of House. However, it notes the House’s disapproval of a member’s conduct.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/what-is-censure-congress-/2021/11/18/20245326-4889-11ec-b8d9-232f4afe4d9b_story.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_politics What does it mean when a member of Congress is censored?