G. McConway
January 20, 2023

George Santos Performed at 'Kitara’ While Living in Brazil

Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) has yet another strike against him.

Santos is a grifter that lied about virtually every aspect of his life on his resume and pulled off a shocking upset in the 2022 election.

He has since buddied up to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who is clearly flexing her muscle to protect him against any action being taken by Speaker McCarthy (R-CA).

However, this time a piece of his past has surfaced that has been a bit of a hot button topic with conservatives, so I do not even know of MTG can save him this time.

Just for Fun

Santos’ past is quickly catching up with him. Many of his lies were exposed after the election, but there has been a continuous flow of information that makes it pretty clear Santos does not belong in Congress.

Santos apparently had an alter ego when he lived in Brazil: Kitara.

Kitara was allegedly Santos’ stage name when he was performing as a drag queen. This information was given to a reporter by a former friend of Santos’ from Brazil, Eula Rochard, who also used to perform with Santos.

Rochard was an established drag queen when first meeting Santos.

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

On the younger Santos, Rochard stated, “He used to create stories, usually involving money — like that his dad was rich. But then people wondered why his mom was a cleaning lady. There’s nothing wrong with being a cleaning lady, but if his dad was rich, why then?”

Well, he still creates stories, and the last one got him a seat in Congress.

McCarthy needs to remove this clown before he really does damage to the party and the cause.

Source: New York Post

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