Rudy Giuliani admitted in a recorded statement that he had never bothered to verify his allegations of electoral fraud.
Here is a video of Rudy Giuliani’s testimony in the Dominion Voting Systems lawsuit, in which he admits that he never verified his election fraud claims were true. pic.twitter.com/etVqXzyvjD
– Sarah Reese-Jones (@PoliticusSarah) November 7, 2021
In the testimony recorded in August in the Dominion Voting System lawsuit, Giuliani, wI had a report that theHead of Dominion and Smartmatic Somewhere in the midst of teenagers, you know, 20, 13, 14, whatever, wentdown to Venezuela for aGet-to-know meeting with Maduro so they could demonstrate itMaduro the kind of vote manipulation they did it for Chavez. “
Trump’s former attorney asked: “They say the bosses of Dominion” and Smartmatic? “
Giuliani replied: “Yes, I was told that. Before the press conference iwas told about it.Sometimes I go and see for myselfonline when something comes up.This time I didn’t have timeto do it.It’s not my job in a fast paced environmentGo out and investigate the caseevery piece of evidence that isgiven to me.Otherwise you will never do it write a story.You will never get to one Conclusion. “
The big lie is based on the lie of Rudy Giuliani
Giuliani never checked his information against facts, which means that the big lie that Trump’s election was stolen is based on nothing other than that Rudy Giuliani made things up. Republicans have used this lie to steal the voting rights from millions of Americans, but Rudy Giuliani was too busy writing the history of electoral fraud to verify that it was, in fact, electoral fraud.
The biggest attack on voting rights in nearly six decades was invented.
Rudy Giuliani will likely go to jail, but he is the man who lit the match that led to the political forest fire that could destroy voting rights in the United States.
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Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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