George Santos Jan 4, 2023; Washington, D.C, USA; Jan. 4, 2023; Washington, D.C., USA – Rep. George Santos, R-NY, sit in the House chamber for the fifth ballot as the House meets for a second day to elect a speaker. The House of Representatives reconvenes on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023, trying to elect a Speaker of the House as the 118th session of Congress begins. Republicans take over the U.S. House of Representatives with a slim majority and Democrats maintain a majority in the U.S. Senate. Mandatory Credit: Jack Gruber-USA TODAY

The list of things George Santos didn’t lie about while running for Congress is quickly becoming shorter than the things he lied about.

We can now add another lie to the infamous scrap pile after Santos was caught lying on tape about being a volleyball star at Baruch College and two subsequent, nonexistent knee replacements as a result of that career.

The audio comes from when Santos spoke with Sid & Friends in the Morning on New York City radio while running his Congressional campaign.

“I actually went to school on a volleyball school. When I was in Baruch (College) … we went to play against Harvard and Yale, and we slayed them. We were champions across the Northeast corridor. Every school that came up against us—they were shaking at the time.

“… Look, I sacrificed both my knees and got very nice knee replacements from playing volleyball.”

The full exchange can be heard in the audio below:

“George Santos on tape here lying about being a volleyball star at Baruch College, and claims he got two knee replacements as a result,” Steven Dennis wrote.

Twitter, as you might imagine, had a field day with the latest fabrication from a Congressman quickly becoming known for them.

[Steven Dennis]