Warm Southern Breeze

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George Santos, Anthony Devolder, whatever his name is, has indicted himself.

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Sunday, January 22, 2023

The lying Republican elected to represent New York’s 3rd Congressional District (Queens/Nassau) is not just any old run-of-the-mill liar, he is a pathological liar.

His life, or rather, what he has presented as his life, is just one blatant falsehood after another. And that the good people of that portion of Long Island which he represents have elected him, speaks more to THEIR laziness and THEIR ineptness than to anything else.

The people of that district have stained THEIR own name, THEY have soiled their own shorts.

One of their local newspapers, The North Shore Leader, broke the story on The Fabulist, and did an at-lenght exposé of him BEFORE the election, and BEFORE the New York Times.

In a story published 20 January 2023 and headlined “The Leader Told You So: US Rep-Elect George Santos Is a Fraud — and Wanted Criminal,” they detailed how, at least four months earlier, they had broken the story, and wanting to endorse a Republican candidate, they could not, because of his wholesale lies about himself, which again, they discovered and reported BEFORE the New York Times.

Instead, they endorsed a Democrat.

In the few days since he took the oath of office as a United States Representative, numerous news outlets have uncovered, discovered, and otherwise brought to light the ignominious history of the man, with tales so perverse, so depraved and bizarre that only the most wretched human being could have possibly done them. Among them, stealing the money from a GoFundMe account established for a Veteran, whose Service Animal needed life-saving surgery.

The Veteran’s Service Animal died because George Santos/Anthony Devolder diverted the money raised for his own selfish use.

It is almost a pointless exercise to detail the hideous lies he has told about himself, each one more fantastic than the next, and with the discovery that they were all a pack of lies, he merely brushed them all off saying they were “embellishments” of his résumé.

Seemingly countless people have come forward, individuals who knew, or have known him personally, and without exception, they every one have essentially said the same thing: George Santos/Anthony Devolder is a liar.

Wikipedia page for user Anthonydevolder, who is, more likely than not, George Santos. Devolder is his late mother’s surname.

It’s even uncertain what his real name is, or even what his birth date is. But what IS certain, is that he is a wanted man in Brazil, where authorities there had years earlier charged him with theft of a checkbook, forgery of those stolen checks, and theft of merchandise purchased with those forged checks. Santos even apologized to the merchant where he passed the forged instruments, and confessed to the authorities that he had committed those crimes. But shortly, when authorities came searching for him, he was nowhere to be found, and had absconded to the United States, where he remains to this day. It is unclear exactly what actions Brazilian authorities will take, if they will seek extradition, or exactly what course of action they will take in regard to seeking justice.

Stay tuned.

In the mean time, others who have been around him over the years have found evidence from a few years earlier when he was a drag queen.

While he has claimed to be openly gay, he was once married to a woman, and purports to have changed. Exactly how, he has not made clear, and refuses to speak to news outlets.

When news and video of his drag queen days made the national news, he denied it all.

When news of George Santos’ Wikipedia User ID page under the name of “Anthonydevolder” in the category of Drag Queen was made known, “edit wars” started upon it almost immediately, and the page was “blanked,” which raises several unsettling questions: “Why?,” and “who?” most notable among them.

HOWEVER… HuffPost recently published at least one news article about the recent discovery of an item which was years earlier (April 29, 2011) posted to Wikipedia, which very well, and most likely was, written by George Santos/Anthony Devolder (or whatever his name is, or may be), and which is as much a damning indictment and confession of guilt as anything.

The information given about the date and location of birth, are perhaps the only authentic, or honest tidbit on there. Every other claim is falsified, or so exaggerated that it bears little relationship to the truth.

But, even if George Santos/Anthony Devolder (whatever his name is) was a drag queen at one time, that would not disqualify him from office. The exclusive qualifications for such office is to be at least 25 years of age. Nothing else… save for having “been seven Years a Citizen of the United States,” (a given, today), and “when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen.” That’s a low enough bar. Essentially, be 25 years, older. Nothing else. No education requirements, no job requirements, no criminal exclusion, no requirement to be honest, or tell the truth… essentially, nothing but be at least 25 years of age. Nor would all his other lies which he concocted about himself and peddled to the people of New York’s 3rd Congressional District. After all, the United States Supreme Court has ruled on numerous occasions, that lying, in most circumstances, is 100% legal. And goodness knows, what would politics be without lies?

After all, what use is honest and ethical government?

And so, when we learn that George Santos legally given campaign money by a crony of Vladimir Putin — that is NOT exaggeration, nor is it hyperbole.

Is the man a Russian plant?

National Review’s Senior Political Correspondent Jim Geraghty wrote:

“For all we know, some foreign power may have bought itself a congressman. This isn’t outlandish speculation.”

Researcher William Bredderman authored a brief article about the matter which was published on DailyBeast, and last updated Dec. 27, 2022 9:58PM ET.

The money “came from Andrew Intrater and his wife, who variously listed her occupation as “homemaker” and “analyst” for Falcon AI, one of her husband’s subsidiary firms.”

Here’s a list of his campaign contributions as found on the Federal Election Campaign website: https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/?data_type=processed&contributor_name=Intrater%2C+Andrew&contributor_name=Pentinen&two_year_transaction_period=2022&max_date=12%2F31%2F2022

Andrew Intrater has a business venture which today is called Sparrow Capital, which was previously known as Columbus Nova, and as the article states, “its primary function has long been to manage the investments of Intrater’s cousin, Viktor Vekselberg, one of Putin’s wealthiest and most influential courtiers.”

Here’s a list of all the money, and its sources, which were given to any of Santos’ election coffers:

Intrater and his cousin Vekselberg are closer than two peas in a pod, and their businesses are as well. Vekselberg made his money in the post-Soviet era by purchasing numerous aluminum and fuel-related industries in Russia, which Columbus Nova, the previous name of Sparrow Capital, described itself to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s mandatory filings in 2007 as being “the U.S.-based affiliate” of the Renova Group, which is owned by Vekselberg. “In fact, SEC records show that “Columbus Nova” was merely a trade name, and the company was in fact incorporated as Renova U.S. Management LLC until it rebranded itself Sparrow Capital in 2018.”

The rebranding came shortly after the U.S. Department of the Treasury froze almost all of the company’s assets because of its close relationship to Vekselberg, who was heavily sanctioned. The next year, Intrater’s name made the news after it was learned that his business had paid half a million dollars to Michael Cohen, longtime Trump “fixer,” and lawyer, and “had exchanged hundreds of phone calls and text messages during the 2016 campaign.”

“Intrater’s support for Devolder-Santos dates to the GOP pol’s first failed bid for Congress in 2020, which got a $11,600 cash infusion from the financier and his bride, reflecting the maximum contribution amount then allowed.”

“But after that initial defeat federal donation limits would prove a small obstacle. Starting in March 2021, Intrater and his wife began pouring tens of thousands of dollars into auxiliary committees backing Devolder-Santos: $20,000 directly to GADS PAC, a leadership political action committee bearing the candidate’s initials, plus $12,100 to Devolder Santos Nassau Victory, a joint fundraising committee formed with the Nassau County Republican Party. Devolder Santos Nassau Victory had to drop $10,000 of that gift into the Nassau GOP’s federal account—but that account made just two federal expenditures this cycle, the larger of them by far being the purchase of lawn signs supporting Devolder-Santos.”

“All this came on top of $12,400 Intrater and Pentinen gave the Devolder-Santos for Congress committee.”

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