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Trump Indictment: Rudy Giuliani Heading to Georgia to Turn Himself In

Trump Indictment: Rudy Giuliani Heading to Georgia to Turn Himself In

“Donald Trump told you this. They weren’t just coming for him or me.”

Rudy Giuliani is headed to Georgia to surrender at the Fulton County Jail.

President Donald Trump is expected to surrender on Thursday.

Giuliani is one of the 19 charged for trying to overturn the 2020 election results in Fulton County:

In remarks ahead of his travel, Giuliani told CNN he is headed to Fulton County to “comply with the law.”

Giuliani will become the latest of the 19 charged in the scheme to allegedly subvert the 2020 election results in Georgia to be booked. But unlike other defendants, he plans to negotiate bond and turn himself all in the same day, sources told CNN, adding that Giuliani wants to complete the process before Trump arrives on Thursday.

Giuliani said:

“I’m the same Rudy Giuliani that took down the mafia that made New York City the the safest city in America.”

“Enemies of our republic were destroying rights, sacred rights. They’re destroying my right to counsel, my right to be a lawyer. They’re destroying his right to counsel. It’s not accidental that they’ve indicted all as lawyers. Never heard of that before in America.”

“Whether you dislike or you like Donald Trump, let me give you a warning: it’s gonna come for you when the political winds shift, as they always do, let us pray that Republicans are more honest, more trustworthy, and more American than these people in charge of this government.”

“Donald Trump told you this. They weren’t just coming for him or me.”


GIULIANI: “I don’t know if I plead today, but if I do, I plead not guilty, and I get photographed. Isn’t that nice? A mugshot for the man who probably put the worst criminals of the 20th century in jail. You find a prosecutor who has a better record of mine in the last 100 years that you know or a mayor, and they’re going to — they’re going to degrade themselves by doing a mugshot of me. Like people will recognize me. And of course, they can fingerprint me, but I’ve been fingerprinted 150 times. So this will turn out exactly like the FBI search turned out. They are lying, I’m telling the truth.”

At least six of the others charged have already surrendered and released on bond.


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thalesofmiletus | August 23, 2023 at 1:20 pm

The Regime has crossed the Rubicon.

2smartforlibs | August 23, 2023 at 1:24 pm

Stacey Abrams contested the governor’s election twice. I don’t see an indictment in Ga for that. The left really needs to think past the knee jerk on t his one.

Rudy Giuliani?
Really? The guy made NYC great and safe again.
That is his crime, and if a simple song sung by a white man about rich men north of Richmond scares them, how will they react when the less-chill portion of the population starts showing displeasure?

I’d assume he gets to charge the court his billing hours and expenses.

Another great thing Trump has done for America is destroyed two worthless political parties.

E Howard Hunt | August 23, 2023 at 2:08 pm

One last act of defiance Rudy- Get TRUMP 2024 tattooed on your forehead before the mugshot.

Attorney-client and Executive privilege are quaint.

Very sad if they can lock him up in Fulton County Jail as they want to put DJT..

    gonzotx in reply to Skip. | August 23, 2023 at 3:07 pm

    The man is innocent of all charges, as is President Trump

    Loving your Country and fighting for what is right is now a criminal offense

    This is not America

    I don’t know what it is but it is terrifying

    And yet, there are those of supposedly sound minds and well educated in the law that feel President Trump is a criminal, and will not lift a hand to help him and feel people like Rudy are guilty by association

    Staggers the mind

    The crocodile is waiting

“It’s not accidental that they’ve indicted all as lawyers. Never heard of that before in America.”

Every dark cloud has a silver lining.

Rudy, Rudy, Rudy

Who took down the mafia in NYC amd made the streets safe for Americans

That Rudy…

[Giuliani is one of the 19 charged for trying to overturn the 2020 election results…]

Words are everything in law.

The word Subvert means to destroy or corrupt something that is established.

As in “The State of Georgia is SUBVERTING the rule of law by indicting a former president for questioning the results of an election by characterizing that act as a crime.”

What a circus. Or, more appropriately, a banana republic.

This GA case is a farce IMO and is definitely going to result in tit for tat at some point. Every prominent d/prog who isn’t weighing in to torch this DA as a partisan hack on a witch hunt should begin cleaning their own dirty laundry in preparation for their turn. There’s all sorts of routine violations of campaign finance, tax issues and FEC reporting, ethics codes out there whose violations were previously treated as minor. The go along/get along attitude of not making an issue of the other side for fear of retaliation seems to have ended and the d/prog who get swept up in it will have themselves to blame when their turn comes. Bullies don’t stop until they get counter punched at least twice as ferociously.

    txvet2 in reply to CommoChief. | August 23, 2023 at 4:41 pm

    They don’t think they’re going to be in any jeopardy, because they are dead certain that they’re going to win this election and every election thereafter. That’s why they’ve gone to the lengths they have – to eliminate any possibility that Trump or any Republican will be able to overcome their control of the process. Unless we can flip California, they may be right, because they appear to have iron control of all of the swing states, what with Hobbs stealing Arizona.

      CommoChief in reply to txvet2. | August 24, 2023 at 8:49 am

      I don’t mean at the Federal level though that would be nice. I mean at the County DA level. For example a red county in NY or Illinois whose big city Mayors were shipping illegal aliens into their jurisdiction.

      There’s all sorts of potential violations every step of the way for that act. Clearly the Mayors/Staff worked out a plan to do it so it’s automatically a ‘conspiracy’ in that respect; the DA just has to decide on the particular violations to charge.

      Same for d/prog politicians who jet into an area for fundraising or to work the crowd at some campaign event. Did 100% of their actions and their campaign or staffers comply with every law on the books while they were there? Did any donor give exceed limits, did they report the donations to comply with State law? Heck, did they go Joe Biden and sniff a child’s hair? Seems like it may be sexual assault based on some recent high profile cases and questions of fact are for the jury to decide so let’s put the facts before the jury.

And what is anyone going to do about it?

Giuliani is so right. When the winds change, we will see that it is forever changed. Those that voted for Democrats, and are fortunate enough to look the other way, should be ashamed. Often, they are the first to call Trump Hitler.

Trump should perhaps confront it. Ask people if they really believe that? As people what he did to deserve it? Anything? And if not, ask why do people say it? What does it say about those that spread such disinformation? Are they acting in our best interests? Should their views and narrative be trusted? There is so much that can be said, as they get more extreme in their hysterics and authoritarianism, while their voters stand by in silence, or cowered to avoid reprobation.

“Donald Trump told you this. They weren’t just coming for him….”
Perhaps you should have listened to him.

Somebody had to say it.