Upon the outbreak of the Fourth World War, Santorum was one of several Pennsylvanian senators to pressure Pennsylvanian President Joseph Scarnati to aid Confederate President Mike Huckabee in the war against the Soviet Unoin. Scarnati capitulated, and Pennsylvania joined the Allies.
During the War, Santorum advocated a position of "Total War" against the Soviet Union, a position Scarnati was reluctant to support. Nevertheless, Santorum was seen as a more agreeable incarnation of Pennslyvania than Scarnati, being held in especially high regard by Huckabee and Newt Gingrich.
After the War fell in the Soviet Union's favor, Santorum became increasingly unpopular with the Pennsylvanian public. After Arlington was decimated by a Soviet nuclear bomb, the War ended with the Geneva Peace Accords. Santorum, increasingly reviled by Pennsylvanians, was called the derogatory name "Pick-fight boy" by several news columnists.
In 2010, after the Pennsylvanian surrender, Santorum was at his house in Butler County when an angry mob descended upon his residence, broke into his house, dragged him into the street through the town, being beaten the entire way. Santorum was then beaten to death and buried in an unmarked grave.