An investigative reporter with the Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) tweeted on Friday that Congress’ human resources was about to break wide-open with a scandal that predicts over a dozen members of the House of Representatives will resign over the next 72-hours, reports The Daily Wire.

DCNF reporter Luke Rosiak tweeted on Friday: “Congress’ human resources scandal is just getting started. I anticipate we will see the resignation of more than a dozen House members over harassment and secret settlements, and soon.”

Rosiak was the reporter that broke the story about Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY) who had made a settlement with a former congressional aide that he fired after she reported being sexually assaulted at the business of a major campaign donor.

The DCNF reporter followed the previous tweet saying that he thinks the House will be “rocked in the coming 72 hours.”

There has been no word yet as to who these new resignations will be coming from or if it will be mostly Republicans or Democrats. This becoming growing trend in Washington, D.C., however, and is unnerving to witness, mostly because who knows how many lawmakers will be left by the end of this purge.

The first lawmaker to resign after the floodgates of sexual harassment accusations after Harvey Weinstein was Michigan Democrat Rep. John Conyers, who eventually resigned after accusations against him snowballed.

Here is a list of the most current resignations from Capitol Hill provided by The Daily Wire:

  • Democrat Rep. Alcee L. Hastings (FL) — The Treasury paid $220,000 to settle allegations against him made by a former congressional staffer that claimed he “touched her, made unwanted sexual advances, and threatened her job.”
  • Republican Rep. Blake Farenthold (TX) — The congressmen announced on Thursday that he was “retiring” after former staffers accused him of making “sexually graphic jokes” and berating his aides. He previously settled a sexual harassment claim made by an employee in 2014.
  • Democrat Rep. Ruben Kihuen (NV) — Multiple women have accused the Pelosi-backed congressman of sexual harassment.
  • Democrat Sen. Al Franken (MN) — Franken announced that he would resign last week after multiple women accused him of sexual assault. Franken has still not resigned despite his promise to do so.
  • Republican Rep. Trent Franks (AZ) — Resigned after he reportedly made women uncomfortable by asking them to be a surrogate mother.