The Controversial Timeline of George Santos: Fabrications and Feuds

Washington — George Santos, a former New York Republican Representative, was immediately removed from Congress on Friday after being indicted on multiple federal charges and receiving a damning report from the House Ethics Committee.

Santos’ short-lived 11-month career in Congress was marked by scandal and controversy from the beginning. It included allegations of scamming $3,000 from a GoFundMe campaign for a disabled veteran’s service dog and falsifying his mother’s presence in New York during the 9/11 attacks. Notorious for fabricating his resume, claiming a “Jew-ish” heritage he did not have, and facing various investigations, the demands for Santos to resign grew within his own party.

NBC News repeatedly sought to interview Santos’ team for a response to the allegations.

Santos loses his first congressional bid and concedes nearly two weeks later on Nov. 17.
Official records show that Santos’ net worth has remarkably risen from his previous campaign.
Santos wins his second bid for Congress, setting a new political milestone. Santos addresses the Republican Jewish Coalition summit as a Jewish Republican candidate, despite alleged inconsistencies in this claim.

Dec. 22, 2022: Santos’ campaign is investigated by the New York attorney general’s office, and exclaims that he will tell the “people of #NY03” his story.

The Campaign Legal Center files a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against Santos for using campaign funds for personal expenses.
Santos is accused of misappropriating funds from a GoFundMe campaign for a disabled veteran’s service dog.


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