Former New York City mayor and ex-personal lawyer for Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, expressed his belief that American politics should eliminate the Democratic Party due to what he perceives as excessive corruption at its highest levels.
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Giuliani conveyed these sentiments during an interview with journalist Dan Ball on the Real America show, which is broadcasted on the conservative One America News (OAN) channel.
Giuliani commended the Republican Party as a patriotic conservative force and criticized the Democratic Party as a self-serving entity. In a clip shared on the platform X (formerly Twitter) by OAN, Giuliani emphasized that political parties are most effective when they serve the country rather than vice versa.
He suggested that the Republican Party, currently a means to an objective, could be utilized through conservative, independent, or even Democratic channels.
The former Trump lawyer argued for the removal of the Democratic Party, alleging excessive corruption. Giuliani even linked the party to historical issues, stating that they should consider eliminating it to avoid hypocrisy.
He contended that the Democrats, who now emphasize progressive reforms and civil rights, were historically associated with supporting or tolerating slavery before the Civil War.
Giuliani and Ball labeled the Democratic Party as the “party of slavery” and mocked what they referred to as “made-up liberal facts” and the Democrats’ fact-checkers. They expressed a preference for truth over facts in their discussion.
In August, Giuliani faced charges in Georgia, along with Trump and 17 others, in a racketeering indictment related to attempts to overturn the 2020 election results.
The charges included violations of the Georgia RICO Act, solicitation of violation of oath by public officer, false statements and writing, conspiracy to commit false statements and writings, conspiracy to commit forgery, conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, and conspiracy to commit filing false documents.
Prosecutors accused Giuliani of making false statements to state election officials and contributing to the harassment of two election workers.
The workers, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, are reportedly seeking significant compensation from Giuliani in a defamation trial set to begin in December in Washington, D.C.
Giuliani, unwavering in his loyalty to Trump, criticized the indictment as damaging to American democracy and a travesty. He surrendered to authorities in late August and had a bond set at $150,000.