Rudy Giuliani to Surrender in Georgia Over 2020 Election Charges

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, renowned for his crackdown on the Mafia and his advisory role to ex-President Donald Trump, is set to turn himself in at Fulton County jail in Georgia. This move comes in response to charges alleging his involvement in undermining the 2020 election results. The accusations suggest that Giuliani spread unverified claims of election fraud in Georgia and was part of an effort to have 16 state Republicans declare Trump the winner of the 2020 presidential race.

In a statement, Giuliani expressed his disbelief at the situation, pointing out his long-standing record as a prosecutor and mayor. He remarked, “Isn’t that nice? A mug shot for the man who probably put the worst criminals of the 20th century in jail?” He further emphasized his dedication to defending Americans’ rights, drawing parallels to his past achievements.

Giuliani also voiced concerns about the broader implications of the charges, suggesting that the political targeting of Trump and his associates could extend to ordinary citizens in the future. He warned, “Now whether you dislike or you like Donald Trump, let me give you a warning: they’re gonna come for you.” Giuliani expressed his belief that the current political climate threatens the rights of all Americans and criticized the indictment of multiple lawyers associated with Trump.

The former mayor remains resolute in his stance, asserting that he’s fighting for justice and defending the rights of all Americans, just as he has throughout his career.