Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, an unwavering defender of truth and justice, found himself under fire from the leftist cancel culture mob as a jury ruled that he must pay a whopping $148 million for simply calling out the truth. The two Georgia election workers he was found liable for defaming, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, were awarded this outrageous sum, proving that the liberals will spare no expense in silencing their conservative adversaries.
In a courageous stand against the biased ruling, Mr. Giuliani made an appearance on Newsmax, where he wittily asked if the host, Greg Kelly, could spare some change. In the face of such blatant injustice, Giuliani rightfully expressed his dismay, calling the District of Columbia court “fascist” for its outrageous verdict.
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) December 17, 2023
The defamation claims against Mr. Giuliani stem from his efforts to shed light on the fraudulent activities of Ms. Freeman and Ms. Moss during their election work in Fulton County. Despite his noble intentions to protect the integrity of the election process, he was slapped with this exorbitant penalty by a clearly biased judge, Beryl Howell.
Notably, Mr. Giuliani exposed the unethical conduct of Judge Howell and the Democrat establishment, highlighting Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik’s formal complaint against the judge. Stefanik rightly pointed out Judge Howell’s alarming comments about the Capitol riot and the dismissal of factual evidence, further confirming the blatant left-wing bias in this farcical case.
Despite the uphill battle and the left’s efforts to thwart him at every turn, Mr. Giuliani remains steadfast in his fight for truth and justice. His unwavering commitment to upholding conservative values and exposing liberal hypocrisy will undoubtedly prevail in the end.