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Rudy Giuliani Is IRATE – Throws Down On LIVE TV

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Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and former president Donald Trump’s personal counsel, expressed significant disapproval of Fani Willis’ indictments in Fulton County, Georgia. Not only were Giuliani’s remarks highly critical, but they also raised questions about Willis’ level of competence and understanding of legal protocol.

Giuliani began his critique by mocking Willis, stating, “I don’t think she even knows what the RICO statute is.”

According to Giuliani, “You know how many mistakes she made in that indictment? Do you know how she made it so much more possible to remove the case? Because she’s so damn stupid, she didn’t bother to read 28 USC 1442.” Giuliani claimed that he possessed prior knowledge of the aforementioned statute for several weeks, nevertheless he made a deliberate decision to refrain from divulging this information in order to prevent Willis from becoming aware.

Giuliani emphasized that Willis could have tailored the indictment in a way that would have made it more difficult to transfer the case to a federal court. According to his assertion, she did not need to include additional locations. Once she incorporates these additional locations, the legal situation at the federal level becomes more complex. The individual argued that although the litigation could have been won regardless of the circumstances, Willis’ errors aided the proceedings.

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The former mayor proceeded to criticize the current state of the judiciary system, expressing profound dismay at the possibility of a former president being imprisoned under inhumane conditions. The speaker concluded their statement by questioning the integrity and competence of individuals in Washington, asking, “Is there anybody with common sense in Washington? And is there anybody with guts?”

On Monday, Georgia’s state prosecutors initiated legal proceedings against Donald Trump, but they quickly retracted the document after its initial release.

The aforementioned allegations were briefly accessible on the official website of the Fulton County court, but have since been removed. In addition, the list of allegations included a violation of the state’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and a charge of allegedly inciting a public officer to violate their solemn oath.

Then, Willis asserted that the paper in question was “fictitious” and implied that the Reuters photograph may not be genuine. When questioned about the incident during a press conference conducted on Monday evening, the District Attorney of Fulton County claimed ignorance and referred all inquiries to the registrar. However, within less than twenty-four hours, Willis’s office had already renounced her first story.

“On August 14, a media outlet using the Fulton County press que obtained a docket sheet and shared it with other media outlets who then released the sample working document related to the former United States President, Donald Trump — reporting that an indictment had been returned by the Special Grand Jury,” Willis’ office wrote in a press release.

According to Willis’s office, the transmitted document was a “trial run” conducted by Fulton County clerk Che Alexander. Multiple legal experts have speculated that Trump’s legal team will cite the disclosure as grounds for requesting a mistrial.

The day prior, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich asserted that an unnamed Washington, D.C.-based figure exerted pressure on Willis to file charges against Trump. The ostensible reason for the sense of urgency was to divert attention away from an incident involving David Weiss, who was appointed special counsel in the Hunter Biden investigation.

The purpose of this mysterious phone call, according to Gingrich’s account, was to conceal Weiss’s alleged error. According to a credible source, a Washington-based individual reportedly contacted Willis on a Friday evening, encouraging her to move forward with the indictment of Trump by the following Monday.

The caller remained persistent despite Willis’ initial reluctance, in which she stated that her jurors would not be available until Tuesday. Even if the indictment were to be announced in the middle of the night, it was imperative to comply.

The ex-Speaker acknowledged that the provided material is reliant on hearsay, although he expresses confidence in the credibility of his source. He stated, “I am told by a reliable source that Friday evening somebody from Washington called the District Attorney of Atlanta and said, you have to indict on Monday. We have to cover up all of the mistakes we just made with Weiss.”

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