George Santos Gets New Job As Fact-Checker At The New York Times
Media · Dec 22, 2023 ·

NEW YORK, NY — Embattled former New York Congressman George Santos has landed on his feet following his ouster from the U.S. House of Representatives, with the announcement that he has been hired as a fact-checker at The New York Times.

"There's no one more qualified for this job than George Santos," said Garrett Bradley, a spokesman for the newspaper. "We at The New York Times, as we have throughout the history of our proud publication, prioritize truth, transparency, and honesty in reporting the news and keeping the public well-informed. Adding a former congressman who has a reputation for trustworthiness and integrity is a no-brainer."

Santos had been embroiled in controversy for months, drawing criticism from members of both parties before being officially expelled from Congress. He expressed relief at not being unemployed for long. "This is a dream come true," Santos said about the new job. "Working for The New York Times is something I've dreamed about ever since I was a young child growing up in the Pridelands of Southern Africa. Unfortunately, my father, Mufasa, was killed in a horrible accident, dashing my hopes of working as a fact-checker at a major newspaper. Today, I've come full circle!"

At publishing time, Santos had already been fired from his new position for accidentally printing something factual.

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