George Santos Ordered to Reveal His Bail Bond Sugar Daddies
There are many questions surrounding George Santos, the New York congressman who was indicted in May on more than a dozen federal charges, including wire fraud, money laundering, and stealing public funds. Questions like: When did he first decide to lie about four of his firm’s employees losing their lives in the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting, and his mother being in the south tower on 9/11? Or: How does he sleep at night having allegedly swindled thousands of dollars meant to go toward surgery for a disabled vet’s dying dog? And: Did he really think anyone was going to believe he was a male model or a volleyball star at Baruch College?
But last month, after Santos was released on a $500,000 bail bond following his indictment, another pressing question emerged: Who are the three people that put up the half a million to make that happen? Santos, for his part, does not want the identities of these people revealed—so much so that he reportedly told a judge that he would rather go to jail than have their names be made public. And that could very well happen, if he doesn’t comply with a court order.
Per The Guardian:
After pleading not guilty last month, Santos, invoking another famous liar, claimed the charges against him are part of a “witch hunt,” adding: “I’m going to fight my battle, I’m going to fight the witch hunt, I’m going to take care of clearing my name.” Among other delusions, the freshman congressman apparently believes he has a shot at winning a second term.
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