Never Ending: Embattled Congressman Faces New Controversy After THIS Disturbing Picture Surfaces

By Ryan Canady | Saturday, 21 January 2023 16:30
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Since he took office, Congressman George Santos (R-NY) can't seem to keep himself out of controversial headlines.

The New York Post is now reporting that Congressman Santos has yet another controversy emerging. He reportedly dressed in drag and went by the drag name "Kitara" while living in Brazil.

Santos has been subject to many questionable remarks about his past and identity. He has put forth several different versions of the truth regarding who he is, his background, and even basic demographic information about himself. Now, it appears that he was dressed up in a drag costume in 2008 while he was still living in Brazil.

Eula Rochard revealed this side of George Santos to all of us and showed how Santos used to be a drag queen himself when he lived in Brazil. Rochard was a friend of Santos and was a drag queen herself. Now, there is information about Santos being a drag queen as well. Rochard said:


"I think I met him when he was around 16 or 17 years old," and "He used to hang out in my house while his mom was playing Bingo."

George Santos reported using fake names such as Anthony Devolder and Anthony Zabrovsky. It has been challenging to learn almost anything about the backstory of George Santos and what he is indeed all about. It is still being determined what kind of stories about him are proper and what are not.


The New York Times has filed numerous reports about Congressman Santos since he was first elected to Congress. They have detailed many stories about him and what his actual background and story are. They must dig into the bottom of things like this, but it is fair to say that Santos has become a national joke after all of the different lies about his background have begun to surface.

Some wondered if Santos might be expelled from the House due to his constant fabrications about his life. This is still possible, but many doubt it will pass because his vote is critically needed in the House for almost any legislation to move forward. Not only that, but there is a strong likelihood that the seat would flip to a Democrat if it were to go to a special election. Thus, it seems unlikely that Republicans will kick Santos out at this time.