Serial Liar Rep. George Santos (RN.Y.) was ridiculed after accusing an author writing a disclosure about him of taking part in a “grift.”
Newsday’s Mark Chiusano announced Friday that he was writing “The Fabulist: How George Santos Conned The World” about the freshman congressman who has been found to have fabricated multiple elements of his background.
Santos is also now under investigation for his campaign finances.
Chiusano’s book, according to the publicity, will be “a tale of continent-spanning grievance that tells the life story of George Santos and how he was able to use the thinly guarded loopholes in American politics to his advantage to become America’s top con artist.” .”
Santos responded to the news in typically belligerent fashion, tweeting that he hopes Chiusano “has a great imagination”.
“I wonder what kind of material comes out of his last etch,” he added.
Critics on Twitter were quick to shout Santos’ response: