George Lopez, the comedian and actor, has taken a stand for drag queens in recent comments that he made, according to Breitbart. He discussed this as a guest on "The View" and said Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed the so-called "Don't Say Gay" bill. Co-host Ana Navarro shared her support for drag queens, and George Lopez threw his support behind this idea. He took a particular stand in support of Congressman George Santos, who recently had photos leaked that appear to show him dressed up in drag when he was living in Brazil. Santos denied that the photos were of him, but many believe they are accurate photos of Santos. George Lopez declared straight up: "If you're an enemy of drag, you're an enemy of mine." [tweet_embed]January 25, 2023[/tweet_embed] The New York Post noted that Joy Behar, 80, Navarro, 51, and fellow co-host Sara Haines, 45, all reflected on George Santo's reported potential history as a drag queen in Brazil. Santos allegedly went by the name Kitara Ravache, dressed up as a female alter ego, and was flashy. [tweet_embed]January 25, 2023[/tweet_embed] The New York Post says that Santos is the first openly gay Republican Congressman, but it also notes that he denies performing in drag. He has outright refused to back down or resign from his position in Congress despite an avalanche of allegations of a lack of truth-telling. Navarro stated that she feels that Santos' history with drag has nothing to do with criticizing drag queens. Navarro stated the following: "Listen, I'm sorry, but this has had me cackling to no end. I love drag queens. I'm a drag hag, we were at a drag show this last weekend, and I'm constantly defending drag queens. This has nothing to do with drag queens. This has to do with hypocrisy," She went on to say: "[Santos], when he was running, went on Facebook and expressed support for the Florida law, the one we refer to as 'Don't Say Gay,' he's aligned himself with a party that has turned drag queens into a cultural wedge issue — a manufactured cultural wedge issue — so, it's endless lies." There was a lot of general agreement across the board, with everyone on The View stating that they support drag queens and other people performing in these types of shows.