George Santos bobbleheads that play congressman’s ‘biggest lies in his own words’ debut

Bobblehead lovers now have the chance to insert just one of the most well-recognized men in politics to their head-wobbling selection: Rep. George Santos.

The New York Republican is the most up-to-date figurine bought by the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame & Museum, equipped with a function that will “play clips of some of Santos’ greatest lies in his individual words at the contact of a button.”

Two versions of the embattled lawmaker are provided for presale — a common a person or a person with an elongated nose that signifies the “seemingly by no means-ending sequence of lies and fabrications” — for $30 each or $55 for the two. The firm is donating $5 from just about every sale to “dog-relevant GoFundMe strategies.”

1 of Mr. Santos’ most recent problems entails him allegedly swindling a then-homeless veteran out of a $3,000 GoFundMe campaign in 2016 intended for existence-preserving operation for his dying canine.

Mr. Santos, who faces escalating calls from both sides of the aisle for his resignation, evidently fabricated many aspects of his personalized and professional daily life before using office environment, like bogus claims about his work, training, spouse and children heritage and instances all over the loss of life of his mother.

He’s also struggling with nearby and federal investigations into his funds, questionable marketing campaign finance reporting and lies bordering his background. Brazil, where by Mr. Santos’ mom and dad were being born, is investigating prospective fiscal fraud.

Mr. Santos has denied any prison wrongdoing, including the “insane” accusation he stole the $3,000 from the veteran’s dying doggy.
Mr. Santos’ office did not answer to a ask for for comment about the new bobbleheads.