George Santos also lied about attending prestigious Horace Mann

More obvious lies have been uncovered from Rep.-elect George Santos’ largely fictitious personal biography — together with his enrollment at a prestigious Bronx prep faculty, based on a brand new report. 

In the newest batch of newly revealed fabrications, Santos had claimed he attended Horace Mann, however the elite personal faculty has no report the truth-challenged 34-year-old Long Island politician had ever enrolled.

Santos, in a campaign biography from his failed 2019 congressional run stated that “He began Horace Mann preparatory school in the Bronx, however, did not graduate from Horace Mann due to financial difficulties for his family.”

Santos elaborated during an interview in 2020 that the 2008 monetary disaster allegedly compelled his mother and father to drag him out of the varsity.

“They sent me to a good prep school, which was Horace Mann Prep in the Bronx. And, in my senior year of prep school, unfortunately, my parents fell on hard times, which was something that would later become known as the depression of 2008,” Santos claimed on the “Police Off the Cuff After Hours” present. 

George Santos claimed he attended Horace Mann, however the personal faculty has no report of him of their system.
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The mendacity politician claims he needed to depart the varsity as a result of monetary struggles.

“We were hit a little earlier on with the overleveraging of real estate. And the market started to implode. Um, and the first thing to go was the prep school. You know, you can’t afford a $2,500 tuition at that point, right? So anyway, um, I left school, uh, four months to graduation,” he added.

That story doesn’t try, based on a CNN report on Wednesday.

“We’ve searched the records and there is no evidence that George Santos (or any alias) attended Horace Mann,” Ed Adler, a spokesman for the Horace Mann faculty, advised CNN.

The information outlet uncovered a lot of different alleged untruths Santos has made lately.

In the summer time, Santos advised a New York-based podcast that he publicly criticized Goldman Sachs at a convention whereas he was an worker of the Wall Street large – a job Santos advised The Post on Monday that he misrepresented.

“Have you ever heard of a Goldman Sachs employee take the stage at the largest private equity conference in the world – SALT, run by Anthony Scaramucci – and berate their employer? Well, I did that,” Santos stated on the podcast.

“And I did it in the fashion of renewable energy and global warming. This was the panel I was on. And they’re all talking about solar, wind, and this was back, what, seven years ago now? And I said, you know what, this is a scam. It’s taxpayer money that gets subsidized.”

Scaramucci advised CNN that there isn’t any report of Santos attending one in every of his conferences.

Santos also apparently falsely claimed that his household’s Jewish identify was Zabrovsky and he used it to fundraise for a pet charity. 

Santos lied on his resume for career and political acquire.
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Santos also acknowledged he labored for Wall Street companies, which proves to be one other lie.
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“We don’t carry the Ukrainian last name. For a lot of people who are descendants of World War II refugees or survivors of the Holocaust, a lot of names and paperwork were changed in the name of survival. So I don’t carry the family last name that would’ve been Zabrovsky. I carry my mother’s maiden name which is the Dutch side of the family,” Santos advised Fox News digital in February. 

A genealogist employed by CNN discovered “no sign of Jewish and/or Ukrainian heritage and no indication of name changes along the way.” 

Santos also claimed in a December 2020 radio interview that his mom “fled socialism in Europe” and in one other 2020 interview that she immigrated to the US from Belgium, however genealogical information reviewed by the information outlet present Santos’s mom was born in Brazil. 

Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly
Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly is investigating Santos about his quite a few lies.
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The Republican district legal professional for Nassau County introduced Wednesday that her office was probing GOP Congressman-elect George Santos after he admitted to The Post earlier this week that he had fabricated a lot of his previous claims about his life.

“The numerous fabrications and inconsistencies associated with Congressman-Elect Santos are nothing short of stunning,” DA Anne Donnelly stated in an announcement. “The residents of Nassau County and other parts of the Third District must have an honest and accountable representative in Congress,” Donnelly added.

“No one is above the law and if a crime was committed in this county, we will prosecute it,” she continued.

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