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George Santos (liar, insurrection party, who knows where he’s from) has become the butt of every possible late-night joke there is. The man cannot seem to catch a break as comedian after a comedian has taken to mocking him so much it is providing a daily dose of the giggles. And it’s no less than he deserves.

The latest Santos fib appears to be claiming he’s an actor. He is but not in the way he means. On Wikipedia, a strange and mysterious entry was made by someone calling themselves Anthony Devolder. This person claimed that he appeared in Disney films alongside Uma Thurman. Uma, are you listening? Can you confirm or deny this? It also claimed Santos appeared in Hannah Montana.


In the meantime, Saturday Night Live has gotten in on the action. Was there even a doubt? SNL featured a lying version of Santos at the Super Bowl. In the skit, he was asked where he had played football in college. “The university of college,” the Santos impersonator answered.

In the meantime, more and more people are calling for the con artist to resign. Many are challenging him even on his name. So with Santos the butt of every joke, the subject of multiple investigations, and with virtually no friends in congress, the question becomes how long this guy can hold on? How long before the pressure becomes too intense, and he has to step down? I think it will be sooner rather than later.

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