Giuliani says he’s willing to go to jail, but those who put him there will suffer ‘consequences in heaven’

Rudy Giuliani, former NY Attorney General, Mayor of NYC, and Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, suggested those who put him in jail will suffer consequences in heaven.

During an interview, Giuliani maintained innocence regarding an investigation into his work for the former President and the Trump Organization. “I committed no crime,” said Giuliani. “And if you think I did commit a crime, you’re probably really stupid because you don’t know who I am.” He continued, “[I] put the mafia in jail, terrorists in jail, put [former mayor] Ed Koch’s commissioners in jail and the worst people on Wall Street.”

During his time as Attorney General of NYC during the 1980s and Mayor in the 90s, Giuliani cleaned the streets of New York from crime. After his time in public office, he worked as an attorney and eventually for President Trump. In June, the president of the New York State Bar Association, T. Andrew Brown, released a statement announcing that Giuliani had been suspended from practicing law and had thus been removed from the association effective immediately.

The decision was made regarding his claims of fraud in the 2020 election. Since the Biden administration replaced Trump, Giuliani has been under copious investigation.



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Antoinette is a community college student in Sacramento, California. She is a Politics Editor at Fact Based America, a correspondent for Campus Reform, and a student journalist. She previously worked for Turning Point USA as a High School Coordinator.

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