George Santos will get in Twitter spat with drag queen after late-night exhibits mock him
What a drag it’s being made satisfying of.
Lying Long Island Rep. George Santos had his feathered boa ruffled as a result of the butt of jokes on late-night comedy exhibits — predominant him to get proper right into a Twitter spat with “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” champion Trixie Mattel.
“Saturday Night Live” mocked the freshman Republican lawmaker in its chilly open, with Bowen Yang depicting Santos as a crimson dress-wearing drag queen reporting from the sidelines of a NFL playoff recreation.
A day earlier, Jon Lovitz, who carried out “pathological liar” Tommy Flanagan on “SNL,” appeared on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and impersonated Santos proper all the way down to his thick black glasses, khakis, blue sweater and outrageous fibs.
”I’ve now been enshrined in late night TV historic previous with all these impersonations, nevertheless they’re all TERRIBLE so far. Jon Lovitz is supposed to be certainly one of many greatest comedians of all time and that was embarrassing — for him not me! These comedians should step their recreation up,” Santos groused on Twitter Monday night.
Mattel, the winner of season three of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,” strutted to Lovitz’s safety.
“Maybe the source material was weak,” Mattel posted in response.
Santos, who has come under hearth for wholesale fabrications about his work historic previous, his family background, his education and his religious affiliation, shot once more: “Clearly you know all about weak acting skills.”
Mattel then used Santos’ suggestions denying that he was a drag queen to needle the congressman.
“I am not an actor! I was young and I had fun at a festival!,” Mattel said, turning Santos’ response to reporters at LaGuardia Airport on Saturday in opposition to him.
“No, I was not a drag queen in Brazil, guys. I was young and I had fun at a festival. Sue me for having a life,” Santos said in his first public suggestions since allegations surfaced that he carried out as a Rio drag queen named “Kitara Ravache.”
Lovitz moreover dressed down Santos for his lying strategies.
“Finally!!!” Lovitz said on Twitter. “You’re honest about something!!!”
A short while later, Lovitz returned to take one different shot on the prevaricating pol.
“Thanks the review and advice! You’re right! I do need to step my game up! My pathological liar character can’t hold a candle to you! Loved your ‘Jew-ish’ joke. One of my favorites I do all the time!,” the funnyman said.
In his “Tonight Show” look, Lovitz suggested Fallon that he was in town to decide on up his Nobel Peace Prize and to play a number of dates at Madison Square Garden.
“I’ll be singing all my hit songs, ‘Piano Man,’ ‘Hey, Jude,’ ‘Happy Birthday,’” he joked.