Rudy Giuliani spent many months fighting to overturn the election for Donald Trump. That fight seemed to end in May of this year when the FBI raided the former New York Mayor’s apartment. After that, Giuliani got much quieter.
It didn’t last forever, though. Yesterday, the former Trump lawyer appeared on Mike Lindell’s podcast to claim that he has death certificates that prove dead people voted in the 2020 election.
Giuliani told fill-in host Brannon Howse, “Let’s look at Georgia for a moment, Raffensperger, the Secretary of State, who until recently, was saying that it was a perfect election. The idiot said to the president, it was a perfect election. He said to the president, you know, we looked and we couldn’t find any dead people who voted.”
The former Trump lawyer continued:
“I found 900 people whose death certificates I had, they all died in 2000, before the election. I think the actual number our expert estimated was more in the range of about four or five or six thousand. But I had 900 death certificates. They’re people who voted! Don’t tell me it was a perfect election, then I know you’re a damn liar.”
Not surprisingly, Giuliani failed to show any evidence of his claims. Lindell and Giuliani are now that last two people still fighting after more than a year.
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