George Santos Under Investigation for Campaign Lies: Prosecutors
- Representative-elect George Santos was accused by his opponent of lying about his past during his campaign.
- Santos admitted to some fabrications but stated that he still plans on serving in Congress.
- Wednesday’s announcement by the Republican district attorney of Nassau County was that an investigation had been opened.
New York Prosecutors announced Wednesday that they are investigating George Santos (incoming Republican congressman) for lying about his education, employment history, and heritage.
Santos was elected to represent a Long Island District currently held by a Democrat in November. However, a New York Times investigation revealed that Santos had made a number of mistakes. many false claims about his backgroundDuring his campaign. Santos admitted to some of the accusationsHowever, he insists that he still wants to serve in Congress.
Anne T. Donnelly, a Republican who is also a district attorney in Nassau County, said, “The many fabrications, inconsistencies associated With Congressman-Elect Santos Are Nothing Short of Amazing.” The Associated Press. Insider’s request to comment was not immediately answered by the DA’s office.
“The residents of Nassau County, and other parts in the third district, must have an honest representative in Congress,” Donnelly stated. He added: “If a crime is committed in this county we will prosecute it.”
A representative of Santos did no immediate respond to a request for comment.
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