REPORT: Homocon Rep-Elect’s Resume Is Totally Fake

The New York Times reports:

A New York Times review of public documents and court filings from the United States and Brazil, as well as various attempts to verify claims that Mr. Santos, 34, made on the campaign trail, calls into question key parts of the résumé that he sold to voters.

Citigroup and Goldman Sachs, the marquee Wall Street firms on Mr. Santos’s campaign biography, told The Times they had no record of his ever working there. Officials at Baruch College, which Mr. Santos has said he graduated from in 2010, could find no record of anyone matching his name and date of birth graduating that year.

There was also little evidence that his animal rescue group, Friends of Pets United, was, as Mr. Santos claimed, a tax-exempt organization: The IRS could locate no record of a registered charity with that name.

Read the full article. There’s SO much more.

Santos’s claim of a family fortune in real estate is also apparently fictitious. Oh, and there appears to be a criminal charge for check fraud in Brazil and two evictions from apartments in Queens.

Perhaps worst of all, Santos has alleged falsely claimed that four employees of a company he worked for were killed in the Pulse massacre. Hit the link!