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Rudy Giuliani: What Twitter claims has he made about election fraud?

Rudy Giuliani made a number of accusations about voter fraud in this week’s hotly contested U.S. presidential election. On Twitter he wrote, “The Biden selection by the Crooked Media is based on unlawful votes in PA, Mich, GA, Wisc, Nevada et al. We will prove it all.” Twitter, however, has challenged the claim.

Fraud frantic

Giuliani’s blizzard of Twitter accusations of what he calls systemic voter “fraud” in the elections – claiming the campaign could launch as many as ten lawsuits, and that he has fifty people who will testify in Pennsylvania began November 6.

According to Giuliani’s Twitter feed, in Pennsylvania, “9,212 registrants have been dead for at least five years, at least 1,990 registrants have been dead for at least ten years, and at least 197 registrants have been dead for at least twenty years.”

The unconfirmed allegations of massive multi-state fraud, including dead people voting, back-dated votes, and observers barred from their stations, comes as another top Trump advisor, Chris Christie, warned that Republicans won’t follow Trump “blindly” if he doesn’t come up with actual evidence.

Contentious claims

Rudy Giuliani said Trump may have four or five lawsuits by the end of the week, and once again asserted voter fraud in a number of states on Twitter as Trump fights for his political survival. “We have two that are being drafted. And the potential is ten. We haven’t investigated all of those states. You want an estimate? By the end of the week we’ll have four or five,” Giuliani told the Daily Mail of his legal plans.

In addition to his Twitter posts, Giuliani spoke of claims that observers were kept away from the count in Pennsylvania, and stated, “This is documented on videotape. There are upwards of fifty witnesses. And this will be the subject of a lawsuit that we file tomorrow for violating civil rights, for conducting an unfair election, for violating the law of the state,

“For treating Pittsburgh and Philadelphia different [sic] than the rest of the state, which is an equal protection violation, which goes under Bush vs. Gore,” Giuliani continued.

Would-be witnesses

On Twitter Giuliani also wrote, “With GOP holding Senate [sic] and gaining in House [sic], it’s clear@realDonaldTrump won. This election cheating is obvious and an embarrassment to our reputation throughout the world.”

At another point, Giuliani said “we have about sixty or seventy witnesses”. However, as he did at a press conference Saturday outside a Pennsylvania landscaping company, Giuliani said some of the witnesses fear reprisal and won’t come forward now. He also said there were “pretty big numbers in Wisconsin,” where Biden also won, as well as “four or five witnesses already in Georgia,” where Biden was leading.

Complicating Giuliani’s efforts, if that many states had fraudulent elections, it would mean dozens of Republican House and Senate members who were re-elected would have won in illegitimate elections too.

Press conference porno

During the now-infamous Saturday, Trump’s campaign press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, located in Northern Philadelphia on an industrial road next to an erotic book shop that hosts “Dildo Madness” sales, Rudy Giuliani called upon three witnesses who he said could prove voting fraud in the presidential election, according to the Daily Beast.

The first witness was Daryl Brooks, a convicted sex offender who has been a consistently unsuccessful candidate in New Jersey for several years, as first reported by Politico, “It’s such a shame. This is a democracy,” Brooks, who claimed he served as a GOP poll watcher, said at the press conference outside the landscaping business after shaking Giuliani’s hand.

“They did not allow us to see anything. Was it corrupt or not? But give us an opportunity as poll watchers to view all the documents – all of the ballots,” remarked Brooks.

Odd observer

Brooks served three years and eight months in prison in 1998 after he was convicted on several charges of lewdness, sexual assault, and endangering the welfare of a minor for allegedly exposing himself in front of two girls who were ages seven and eleven. According to, Brooks maintained his innocence, claiming he was set up by Trenton police and other elected officials because of his work as a city activist.

The arrest came three years after police said Brooks was reported for public masturbation after he was seen naked from the waist down on a city street near a mini-police station while holding a bottle of brandy, according to The Philadelphia Tribune.

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