Drip drip, George Santos

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“I won’t be ignored, Dan!” This famous line is from the film “fatal attraction.” Ah, who could forget THAT little ball of horror? Alex Forrest was quite the insane bunny boiler, was she not? I use those words — bunny boiler — because that is precisely what Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy called George Santos — to the amusement of many.

Kennedy, not one to hold back, also labeled him: “nutty as a fruitcake.” That just might be the most intelligent thing Kennedy ever said. Santos has a lot of troubles right now, and the bunny boiler nickname is the least of them. Santos has admitted that the loans to his campaign were not from personal funds. That is what he originally said. In a not-shocking turn of events — he lied.

And the problem is — people need to find out WHERE the money came from. If the “bunny boiler” knows — and he does — he ain’t saying. In the meantime, Rachel Maddow was the first to reveal that Santos claimed somebody was trying to assassinate him. Santos also claimed somebody stole his shoes. This shoe thievery reportedly happened on the corner of 5th avenue and 55th – one of the busiest spots in the big apple.

In the meantime, many on Twitter are taking guesses on what lies of Santos will surface next. It’s anybody’s guess. This isn’t something many can predict, as the lies are coming in daily, and they’re also growing more and more distorted.

I will repeat my prediction that this guy won’t make it in Congress for two years. I imagine he is pretty miserable right now, but even if he doesn’t quit, he will be forced out somehow. The drip-drip of Santos bullshit is too embarrassing for Republicans to leave alone, and the man is proving to be a walking calamity to all who know him.

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