Did Rudy Cave Or Flip? Makes Shocking Admittance About 2020 Election

In a court filing, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani made a stunning admittance.

Giuliani has now said in a federal court filing that he made a “false” statement about two Georgia 2020 election workers.

“Defendant Giuliani, for the purposes of litigation only, does not contest that, to the extent the statements were statements of fact and other wise actionable, such actionable factual statements were false,” Giuliani wrote in a signed stipulation that he said was intended to “avoid unnecessary expenses in litigating what he believes to be unnecessary disputes.”

Giuliani had claimed that Ruby Freeman and her daughter, Wandrea “Shaye” Moss, 2020 Georgia poll workers committed election fraud.

Using a video of security footage following the 2020 election, Giuliani said that the two were “passing around USB port like they were vials of heroin or cocaine.”

Ted Goodman, a spokesman for Giuliani, said that the filing is a legal issue and that the former mayor “did not contest it in order to move on to the portion of the case that will permit a motion to dismiss.”

“This is a legal issue, not a factual issue,” Goodman said. “Those out to smear the mayor are ignoring the fact that this stipulation is designed to get to the legal issues of the case.”

However, the filing comes before Fulton County officials prepare to indict former President Trump for racketeering.

Additionally, three weeks before Giuliani filed the admittance, he met with special prosecutor Jack Smith.

There has been no comments from the Trump campaign.

It is possible that Giuliani’s team filed the motion in an effort to settle the lawsuit. His team has added that the former NYC mayor and ardent Trump supporter feels that his statements regarding those involved are covered under the 1st Amendment.

We have loaded the documents of the filing here if you wish to read them for yourself here.

 

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