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As Trump Witch Hunt Continues, Giuliani Calls GA Charges an “Affront to Democracy”

As Trump Witch Hunt Continues, Giuliani Calls GA Charges an “Affront to Democracy”

Former beloved New York Mayor and one-time Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, who now shares an indictment with his ex-boss, calls the Georgia charges an “affront to democracy.

Perhaps in one of the biggest ironies of the Trump witch hunt, Giuliani has been charged in a RICO case, the kinds of prosecutions that he built his reputation as a crime fighter on when he successfully went up against the gang bosses of the NY Mafia.

Giuliani also added that it’s “just another chapter in a book of lies with the purpose of framing Donald Trump and anyone willing to take on the ruling regime.

“The former Mayor, who achieved national prominence in the wake of the 9-11 attacks,  is facing a total of 13 charges in the wide-ranging indictments handed down by Fani Willis, the district attorney of Fulton County. The charges include making and writing false statements, racketeering, conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, and conspiracy to commit filing false documents, among other alleged offenses.

“They lied about Russian collusion, they lied about Joe Biden’s foreign bribery scheme, and they lied about Hunter Biden’s laptop hard drive, proving 30 years of criminal activity,” Giuliani continued in his statement. “The real criminals here are the people who have brought this case forward both directly and indirectly.”

While working as a federal prosecutor in New York in the 1980s, Rudy Giuliani was hailed for his innovative use of racketeering laws against the mob.

Giuliani, 79, wielded the same kind of RICO statutes that he is now accused of to spectacular result when he was the US attorney for the Southern District of New York.

Giuliani used the law — which allows a variety of crimes to be tied together into a single racketeering charge — to take down the leadership of the city’s “Five Families,” organized crime families that operated across the country. The indictment charged that their leadership was essentially a “board of directors” for the Mafia and had engaged in murders, extortion, and loan sharking.

The trial lasted 10 weeks and netted eight convictions. Giuliani said at the time the verdict “resulted in dismantling the ruling council of La Cosa Nostra.”

His success led to more widespread application of the law, which is often used against violent street gangs and other criminal enterprises.

Now that these same laws are being used against, this one-time hero of law enforcement is perhaps the greatest travesty of the ongoing Trump Witch Hunt.

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  1. Americafirst

    F Y I : For what is coming in September, October and October about the new Covid variant; Remember that the mandates they are going to issue are illegal. Mandates are NOT laws. Anyone that forces anyone to do something to your person or by force doing something to your person can and will go to prison. Spread this anywhere. Airlines are now saying they are going to enforce mask mandates. They can’t by law! Don’t fall for those Deep State anti-human rhetoric. Start having THEM arrested!

    • Dan tyree

      Since when do the government ran by commiecrats do anything fair. That’s why they want to disarm the people