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Giuliani Undermines His Own Outrageous Voter Fraud Claim By Admitting It’s Hard To ‘Quantify’

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Giuliani Undermines His Own Outrageous Voter Fraud Claim By Admitting It’s Hard To ‘Quantify’




President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Monday once again peddled wild conspiracy theories alleging widespread voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election at a hearing-style hotel event attended by several Arizona state lawmakers and Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz), the same day that the state certified the election for Democratic President-elect Joe Biden.

Arizona secretary of state Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, provided the official state certification on Monday, which also got a sign-off from the state’s Republican governor, Governor Doug Ducey. All of the state’s 11 electoral votes will go to Biden, who secured 306 electoral votes to Trump’s 232.



Giuliani, who repeated many of his earlier allegations, managed to throw in a reference to Hunter Biden’s laptop, the focus of his pre-election corruption charges that has virtually vanished following the Nov. 3 election.

“I call this the McCarthy era on steroids,” Giuliani said, noting that lawyers from a prominent firm quit Trump’s legal team after facing pressure, adding, “I think the pandemic released the tendencies of left-wing socialist-leaning socialist governors, congressmen, senators.”

“It began with the revelation of the hard drive that proves substantial major crimes on behalf of the Biden’s family,” Giuliani said, referencing Hunter’s laptop.

Once again, witnesses put forward by Giuliani touted unsupported claims about Dominion Voting Systems machines, including a claim tying allegations of election fraud to the Hugo Chavez regime in Venezuela. Chavez died in 2013.

Giuliani claimed it was “hatched by the crooked leaders of the Democratic party” and said: “We have an illegitimate election.”

“In probably at least 100,000 situations Maricopa,” he said of the populous Arizona County.

Giuliani then introduced a new element of the conspiracy: illegal immigrant voters.

“Let’s say there are 5 million illegal aliens in Arizona. It is beyond credulity that a few hundred thousand didn’t vote,” he said.

He then claimed without evidence that election “workers” helped “people vote to the point of telling them who to vote for.”




“You also had numerous situations of your workers, your citizens, observing the poll officials helping people vote to the point of telling them who to vote for,” Giuliani said. “Poll workers being observed changing votes, taking ambiguous votes and making sure they were cast for Biden.”

Giuliani also wildly claimed that ballot boxes were being stuffed before admitting he had no evidence to back his outrageous voter fraud claim.

“And you have situations of stuffing the ballot box, and we will we will try to quantify those but those are harder to quantify,” he said.

President Trump also promoted the event online, tagging his new favorite network One America News, which provided wall-to-wall coverage.

“@OANN WOW, total election corruption in Arizona. Hearing on now! Why isn’t @FoxNews covering the Arizona hearings?” he tweeted.





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