‘You never took one point of professional advice’


Lying Rep. George Santos’ communications director resigned on Wednesday and slammed the embattled lawmaker in her departure note for failing to take even “one point of professional advice given.” 

Naysa Woomer’s loud exit is the latest predicament facing Santos, who was indicted last week by the Justice Department on fraud, money laundering, theft of public funds and making false statement charges. 

“With respect for my colleagues, the people of New York, and most importantly, myself, I am honored to tender my resignation,” Woomer said in her resignation email, according to Scripps News. “Unfortunately, you never took one point of professional advice given.”

Her resignation comes after she was caught on tape bashing her ex-boss as “not a good person.” 

“I actually hope he does [get kicked out of Congress],” Woomer was captured saying on an audio recording by the O’Keefe Media Group. 

“He’s not a good person, sorry,” she went on, citing the charges brought against him by the Justice Department.

Naysa Woomer and George Santos
In her resignation letter, Woomer accused Santos of never having taken “one point of professional advice given.”
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Woomer previously worked in communications at the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, the Massachusetts Republican Party, and for Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and former Reps. Ryan Costello (R-Pa.) and Tim Huelskamp (R-Kan.).

Woomer did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.

The House on Wednesday voted to refer a Democratic-sponsored resolution to remove Santos from Congress to the Ethics Committee.

The measure was approved in a 221-204 vote, with no Republicans voting against the motion, and seven Democrats voting present.

George Santos
Santos was indicted on 13 counts of fraud and other charges by the Justice Department last week.

Santos is already facing a House Ethics Committee investigation into whether he engaged in unlawful activity during his 2022 congressional campaign. 

The truth-challenged 34-year-old has faced an array of accusations of financial and personal impropriety since his election on Nov. 8. 

Santos admitted to The Post in December that he lied about his education, work history and religious background on the campaign trail, and numerous other alleged fabrications by the congressman have since surfaced. 

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