It Wasn’t Baruch College
If you are looking for an angelic Member of Congress, here is a suggestion of some guy by the name of George Anthony Devolder Santos, aka GADS.
GADS said he went to Baruch College, where he was the spiker on the volleyball team. He was brilliant and graduated with honors with a 3.89% GPA. With his degree in hand, he joined Goldman Sachs and Citigroup as a hotshot financial employee. The New York Times ran a quote of Santos stating that he “graduated in the top 1 percent of his class at Baruch College, earned an M.B.A. at New York University and more than doubled revenue as a project manager at Goldman Sachs.”
However, Santos hasn’t explained how someone who made $55,000 a year wound up loaning his campaign committee $705,000. Beyond that, he hasn’t provided any data on his apartment in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, which is worth a million dollars. However, GADS was kicked out of two different apartments for not paying rent. GADS claimed he was a landlord of more than a dozen apartment complexes. Nevertheless, his income tax indicated that he made $5,000 in 2020. Vox carried a quote regarding how GADS made a living. “If you’re looking at a $20 million yacht, my referral fee there can be anywhere between $200,000 and $400,000.”
Okay. So, Santos lied a lot about himself. One thing you can say about him is that he learned well from his professor at Trump University.
This is Stephen Colbert’s analysis of Santos.