George Santos: He’s a “Workhorse” Who’s “Lived an Honest life”
- Matt Gaetz was told by George Santos that he had lived an honest life.
- Santos stated that he had never been accused or convicted of any wrongdoing, and that he has worked his whole life.
- Santos admitted to falsifying information about his education and work experience.
Embattled Long Island Rep. George Santos — who has admitted to falsifying key information in his CV — said on Thursday that he’s lived “an honest life.”
Santos appeared on the podcast “War Room: Pandemic”Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida was on Thursday. Santos stated that he had “lived an honest and honorable life” and was not accused of any wrongdoings during the podcast. Santos stated that the money and resources that he has are the “equity” of his hardwork.
Santos stated, “I’m going outwork any pundits or talking heads out there saying that it’s time for me to resign and that I’m not fit for office.” “The truth is, and this is the case in point, is that I am a workhorse. I have worked my entire life. I’m the kid from a basic apartment.
Gaetz informed Santos that some GOP members have asked for the Long Island Republican not to be seated on congressional commissions. But he asked Santos which panels he’d still like to serve on.
Santos replied that he came to Washington, D.C., with no preconceived notions of which committees he wanted to serve, but that he would “deliver 110%” for his work.
An investigative report from The New York TimesDecember 19, 2009: Santos claimed that he had worked with several companies had no record of him. Many other points of doubt have since been raised about Santos’ life, work historyEducation and a good education.
The ForwardThe Jewish publication ‘The Daily Beast’ reported that they had published a report in December claiming that they could not find any evidence that the Long Island Republican’s grandparents are Jewish. Santos claimed to have been “openly homosexual” for a decade. But The Daily Beast reported that he divorced a woman named Uadla Santos in 2019, two weeks before launching a failed 2020 campaign against Democratic Rep. Tom Suozzi.
Santos was then admitted in December. lying about working at Goldman Sachs and Citigroup.The congressman also attemptedTo defend himself against allegations that he lied about his Jewishness, he said: “I never claimed that I was Jewish. I said I was Jewish.” However, in a memo to pro-Israel groups distributed during his campaign, he claimed to be a “proud American Jew.”
Other than the red flags on his CVJoseph Cairo, chairman of Nassau GOP, also charged Santos. lying about being a ‘star’ college volleyball playerBaruch College. The CV that was provided to the Nassau GOP is also available. included the claim that Santos graduated from Baruch College with a high 3.89 GPA. Santos admitted to the New York Post in December that he never graduated from any institute of higher learning.
Long Island Prosecutors said that they had been notified by Long Island Police on December 28th. opened an investigation into Santos. Long Island Republicans and New York State GOP in January called on Santos to resign, but he has refused to do so.
Insider reached out to Santos representatives but they did not immediately respond.
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