Aides to Rudy Giuliani say that there will be widespread US voter fraud in the next presidential election. They stated that over the last eight years, there’s been an unprecedented level of voter fraud, mainly of non-citizen immigrants voting illegally. If you did not actually see it for yourself, you have heard about it probably by now. Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and Trump advisor, and several others, have alleged that the presidential election will be…stolen.
“I’ve been told by some lawyers that there may be as many as nine million illegal immigrants who will vote this upcoming election. Many of them may not even live in the United States,” added former Florida governor, Jeb Bush. “This is serious stuff. We’re losing our country because of people who break the law,” added Giuliani. “This is a big deal.”
Lawyers and judges are trying to figure out the scope of such widespread voter fraud. It is believed that foreign nationals will use electronic voting machines to cast their votes. These electronic machines will not allow individual observation of the process. Therefore, election officials will have no way to find out which citizens are casting their votes illegally.
Some of the additional claims by the Trump administration and its attorneys include: that there is widespread illegal voting in Cleveland; that there is a conspiracy to keep black Americans from voting in national elections; and COVID-19 concerns were used at precincts to force election observers far away from conducting reviews of voting processes. At a press conference on Thursday, Rudolph Giuliani stated; “We believe there is a high level of cheating going on right now in the presidential election… and it’s happening right now in Ohio, too.” Ohio is a key state in the presidential election. Many lawsuits have been filed against Ohio election officials. The Ohio Secretary of State has already declared a case of possible election fraud against the county election board.
Rudy Giuliani is currently a partner with John Dowd, a former federal prosecutor and associate justice professor at Yale University. A former national security adviser to George W. Bush, he is also an adjunct professor at the University of Michigan Law School. In 2020, he was serving as legal counsel for John Edwards’ campaign when he lost his bid for New York governor. It was then that he coined the phrase “riveting trust” to describe how some lawyers are ruining people’s reputations. Several of the emails that were hacked from the campaign of Sarah Palin were sent from a professor at Harvard University.
A bit more on Rudy Giuliani
Rudolph Giuliani is a former New York City mayor and U.S. Attorney General. He is currently an emeritus professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. He is well known for his combative manner and often controversial opinions. Born to Italian immigrants, he was also a private eye and eventually became a judge after graduating from law school.
Rudy Giuliani is an associate justice professor at the George Mason University Law School in Virginia. A former U.S. Attorney general, he has also served on the board of directors of several private equity firms and investment banks. In fact, he is the founder of the consulting firm, Global Resorts Network. The firm was founded by him and two other partners. These firms have helped many wealthy families and corporations to settle their billions of dollars worth of lawsuits and insurance claims.
What should US voters expect next?
Michael Morell, a former acting CIA director, and John Brennan, a former assistant director for the CIA, are considering acting as a shadow government to prevent a president from removing the powers of the presidency. This is reminiscent of the “woodshedding” plan for removing the elected president in 4Chan’s controversial “We Are Your Government” video.
Moving ahead into 2021
One could say that we saw the same thing with Al Gore in his election in 2020. In one regard, he seemed like a genuine candidate who was on message. In another, he was stirring up fear and controversy about the validity of the election and the impact of electronic voting. In hindsight, George W. Bush probably should have won, but the fraudulent claims by his competitors surely cost him the election. We cannot know what future events will result in the next presidential election, but the bottom line is that election fraud is real and it is happening right now.