The lies of the youngest Brazilian in US politics

George Santos, has recently been the subject of criticism due to a series of lies and racist statements. He has claimed to be of Brazilian, African American, and Jewish descent, but has been called out for falsely identifying as bi-racial and Jewish.

Multiple sources, including the Jewish community in the United States, have debunked Santos’ claims of Jewish heritage, stating that he does not have any Jewish heritage and is not a member of the Jewish community.

Additionally, sources close to Santos have alleged that he falsely identifies as bi-racial, claiming that he is of Brazilian descent and does not have any African American heritage.

These accusations of falsely identifying as bi-racial and Jewish are not the only controversies surrounding Santos. He has also been criticized for making racist statements, particularly against the African American community.

Santos has been quoted as saying that “African Americans are lazy and dependent on government assistance.” This statement has been widely criticized by both the African American community and other minorities.

These controversies raise serious questions about the character and integrity of Santos as a political figure. Lying about one’s ethnicity and making racist statements are unacceptable behaviors for any politician, particularly in the United States where issues of race and ethnicity are highly sensitive.

The accusations against Santos have also led to calls for his resignation and has damaged his reputation and the Republican party reputation among the public. Many believe that someone who is willing to lie about their own background and make racist statements is not fit to hold public office.

It remains to be seen how these controversies will affect Santos’ political career moving forward. However, it is clear that the lies and racist statements of George Santos have no place in American politics.

Santos’s Aide Reportedly Claimed to Be Kevin McCarthy’s Chief of Staff

Kevin McCarthy and George Santos.
Kevin McCarthy and George Santos.

The Republican congressman from New York’s Third District, George Santos, has been caught in a series of lies and controversies, and it appears that this is not limited to him alone. According to CNBC, a member of Santos’s political team impersonated the chief of staff of the Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy, while seeking donations.

Donors to the Santos campaign reported receiving calls and emails from Dan Meyer, who is the chief of staff of Kevin McCarthy, over the past two election cycles. They thought they were supporting the campaign of the Speaker of the House. However, the calls and emails were actually from a staff member employed by Santos, Sam Miele, who was tasked with raising money for the campaign.

It is unclear how McCarthy, who has been silent on the matter, will react to the recent developments. As the Speaker of the House, McCarthy has been careful not to do anything that could lose him votes, including Santos’s. He has ignored the accusations against Santos and even allowed Santos to hobnob with influential far-right Republicans like Reps. Lauren Boebert, Matt Gaetz, and Marjorie Taylor Greene during the voting process.

 George Santos claimed that his grandparents had fled anti-Jewish persecution during World War II.

George Santos’ claim of having Jewish grandparents who fled Europe during World War II appears to be false, according to genealogy websites reviewed by the Forward. Santos, a Long Island Republican, has stated that his father was Catholic and his mother was Jewish, and that both religions “are mine.” The first line of the “About George” page on his campaign website states: “George’s grandparents fled Jewish persecution in Ukraine, settled in Belgium, and again fled persecution during WWII.

However, genealogy website lists Santos’ maternal grandparents as having both been born in Brazil before the rise of the Nazis – his grandfather, Paulo Horta Devolder, in 1918, and his grandmother, Rosalina Caruso Horta Devolder, in Rio in 1927. An online obituary for Santos’ mother, Fatima Alzira Caruso Horta Devolder, who passed away in 2016, states that she was born in Niterói, a suburb of Rio de Janeiro, on December 22, 1962, to Paul and Rosalina Devolder.

George Santos past in brazil

Santos’ association with far-right political groups and involvement in racist and anti-Semitic activities has led many to accuse him of being a white supremacist. He has been known to make racist and anti-Semitic statements in the past, which have caused outrage and condemnation from many in Brazil.

Despite his troubled past in Brazil, Santos has managed to reinvent himself in the United States, where he has been elected as a congressman. However, his past actions and associations have raised serious questions about his character and integrity as a political figure.

The past actions and associations of George Santos, a Brazilian political figure, are a source of concern for many voters. It is essential for the public to be aware of his history, as it may have a significant impact on his qualifications as a political representative. In order to regain the public’s trust, it is crucial for Santos to take responsibility for his actions and address the concerns of his voters.

The town of Niterói public ministry in Brazil has recently made efforts to bring George Santos, a political figure with a controversial past, back to Brazil to face charges. They have managed to revive an old legal process that had previously been closed, in order to bring Santos to justice for his past crimes.

The revival of this old legal process allows for Santos to be tried for his past crimes despite the passage of time. It also sends a message that the Brazilian justice system is committed to holding individuals accountable for their actions, regardless of their status or connections.

The decision of the Niterói public ministry to revive this old legal process has received mixed reactions. Some praise it as an important step towards justice while others criticize it as a political move to target a specific individual.

Regardless of the motivations behind the decision, the efforts of the Niterói public ministry to bring George Santos back to Brazil to face charges demonstrate the importance of holding individuals accountable for their actions and ensuring that justice is served.

It is important to note that this is an ongoing process and it is unclear if the legal proceedings will be successful and if George Santos will come back to Brazil.

George Santos is now being accused of being a drag queen in Brazil

George Santos as a drag queen in Niteroi. He was known as Kitara Ravache.
George Santos as a drag queen in Niteroi. He was known as Kitara Ravache.

To top off the series of lies that George Santos allegedly has been involved in, now he is being outed as having been a drag queen in Brazil.

Eula Rochard, an old accomplice, confirmed the information to the Reuters news agency. According to her, she met Santos in 2005, during the first LGBTQIA pride parade dressed as a drag queen, in Niterói, Rio de Janeiro. In 2008, he reportedly participated in a drag contest.

According to Reuters, another person would also have confirmed the information, but declined to be identified. Drag Eula Rochard shared newspaper clippings and photos on social media, where she claims she is the Republican deputy.