Now, if Rep. George Santos tells you he’s been immortalized with a bobblehead — it gained’t be a lie.
The notoriously fib-prone Lengthy Island congressman is getting the kind of consideration most politicians die for — albeit for all of the improper causes — his personal head-tottering dolls courtesy of the Nationwide Bobblehead Corridor of Fame.
That places fabulist Santos within the identical firm as Anthony Fauci, the previous longtime head of the Nationwide Institute of Allergy and Infectious Illnesses, who was ubiquitous through the peak of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Now we have been receiving a rising variety of requests for a bobblehead of George Santos,” Bobblehead Corridor of Fame and Museum co-founder and CEO Phil Sklar stated.
“Some folks have even stated he’s an early candidate for ‘Bobblehead of the Yr,’ so we determined to supply folks the chance to safe their very personal George Santos Bobbleheads. Nobody is aware of how and when the drama surrounding George Santos will finish, however we all know the bobblehead would be the good collectible to commemorate this unbelievable story for years to return.”
There are two variations: an ordinary one and one other with an elongated Pinocchio nostril given the “seemingly endless collection of lies and fabrications,” Sklar stated.
The museum says it’ll donate $5 from each George Santos Bobblehead offered to dog-related GoFundMe campaigns.
Wealthy Osthoff, a Navy veteran from New Jersey, lately claimed that Santos, then going by Anthony Devolder, launched a GoFundMe marketing campaign in 2016 to boost $3,000 for life-saving surgical procedure for Osthoff’s beloved service canine — however stored the cash. Santos denied the accusation and stated he doesn’t know the Navy vet.
Santos, who defeated Democrat Robert Zimmerman final fall to succeed former Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-NY) within the third Congressional District, has been in sizzling water for fabricating just about his total biography — together with fibbing about graduating from school and his work historical past.