George Santos, an anti-LGBTQ+ legislator, has admitted to performing drag performances

George Santos, an anti-LGBTQ+ legislator, has admitted to performing drag performances ...

George Santos, an anti-LGBTQ+ legislator, has admitted to performing drag performances.

George Santos, a Republican newly elected to Congress, has been the subject of controversy in recent months. His faith is being questioned following the viralization of pictures of a well-known figure in drag on the internet.

Santos was recently sighted at the LaGuardia Airport in New York City. In response to ABC 7's inquiry on the legitimacy of the images, he said: "No, guys, I was not a drag queen in Brazil."

Santos' apparent dedication to his work as a drag performer contrasts with a tweet he posted days before the airport interview, in which he described the charges as "categorically false." Kitara Ravache was the openly gay politician's surname.

Santos' anti-LGBTQ+ views have been questioned repeatedly since he publicly endorsed Florida's "Don't Say Gay" ordinance prohibiting discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools in April 2022.

Santos is a co-host with Republican legislators who are taking a harsh stance against the expansion of Drag Queen Storytimes in schools and libraries.

Just before he became president in late 2022, he falsely stated his mother's passing on September 11 and his financial fortune, among other things. He has also misled his Jewishness, his educational background, and his professional history as a journalist.

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