SNL Stars Can’t Stop Laughing at George Santos’ Brutal Sketch

George Santos was grilled Saturday night liveWeekend update following a House Ethics Committee report that found he had spent tens of thousands of dollars on his campaign on Botox and OnlyFans.

In the scathing report, released Thursday, Mr. Santos was accused of lying about personally loaning money to his 2022 congressional campaign, then “repaying himself” for the bogus loans with campaign funds.

He also used donors' money to treat himself to personal indulgences such as Botox, Hermes merchandise, vacations to the Hamptons and Las Vegas, and to OnlyFans.

The lawmaker, who was indicted on 23 federal charges in October, claimed the report is a “filthy biased act and an act that violates my rights.” Now he is faced with a new proposal to remove him from the Parliament.

Saturdays SNLcomedian Bowen Yang appeared on the show as a member of Congress as he was asked about the scandal by Weekend Update co-host Colin Jost.

“George, this is serious. They're asking for your deportation,” Mr. Jost said.

“Well, girl, ‘blow me off'!” Mr. Yang's Mr. Santos replied.

Comedian Bowen Yang played George Santos


The SNL hosts couldn't hold back their laughter as Mr. Yang's Mr. Santos then tried to defend his expenses.

“Isn't Congress like OnlyFans anyway? People paying you to do bad things in a sad, bad live stream?' asked.

Continuing to poke fun at Mr. Santos' alleged spending habits, Mr. Santos of Mr. Yang said: “I didn't do botox, I did BOTOX, which means ‘the big old botox thing'!”

“Everybody makes fun of me, but you all know the truth, you're going to miss me when I'm gone… you're going to miss me out of my ass, you're going to miss me out of my ass,” he added, referring to Mr Santos' declaration that he would not run. for re-election the following year.

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Mr. Santos is facing calls to resign from his role after the release of the report, which said the New York lawmaker “blatantly stole from his campaign” and exploited “every aspect of his House bid for his own personal financial gain.” profit”.

Mr Santos has denied the report's findings and refuses to step down until his term ends in 2024.

He was first arrested in May on 13 federal charges, including fraud, money laundering, theft of public funds and making false statements to the House of Representatives.

A superseding indictment was later issued in October, increasing the federal charges against Mr. Santos to 23.

In addition to his myriad legal problems, Mr. Santos has been accused of lying about his personal history.

Among the dubious claims are statements that he was a volleyball player at Baruch College, that he worked at Goldman Sachs, that his ancestors fled the Holocaust, and that his mother died during 9/11. None of these claims have been substantiated.