In a humiliating moment for the gay New York Republican – if he’s capable of feeling shame – a Fox Business host muttered under her breath that she thought Rep. George Santos (R-NY) “just can’t tell the truth” when he said that he only heard of OnlyFans several weeks ago.
Lisa Kennedy Montgomery – who just goes by “Kennedy” – asked Santos, “Is it true that you have an OnlyFans page and you can peel a banana with your feet?” OnlyFans is a content subscription service that’s associated with adult content.
Santos started laughing and, instead of just playing the question off as a joke or saying “no,” he decided to say that he had never heard of the massively well-known platform until a few weeks ago.
“I don’t have one and, uh, it’s, you know, I’ll, I’ll, I’ll indulge you this,” he said. “I just discovered what OnlyFans was about three weeks ago when it was brought up in a discussion in my office.”
“I was oblivious to the whole concept!” he claimed, closing his eyes while he chuckled.
Kennedy laughed with him and said, “Oh, he just can’t tell the truth,” under her breath.
Of course, it’s very hard to believe that Santos never heard of OnlyFans until three weeks ago considering he was joking about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) having an OnlyFans page in early 2020.
He was being interviewed on the Empire State Conservatives podcast on March 31, 2020 when co-host Taac tried to tell a story about a nurse on Instagram. Evan, the other co-host, interrupted and said, “What was her OnlyFans account name, Taac?”
“From what I understand, you’re interested in AOC’s OnlyFans account,” Santos joked about the sitting Congresswoman.
“She’s still a very attractive young woman,” Santos continued. “She takes care of herself. Good for her, OK. She was a bartender. She had to. She had no option.”
On Twitter, people were surprised that Santos would go so far as to claim that he had never heard of OnlyFans and some even suggested that if he’s lying about even knowing about the platform, it could be a sign that he’s on it…
Despite being aware of how mendacious Santos is, Kennedy still urged him to stay in Congress because they agree with each other on politics.
“George, you’ve been a great sport,” she said at the end. “I do appreciate you. And until they kick all the other liars out of Congress, I think you better stay put because you actually do have some good legislation.”