Rudy Giuliani Claims Devotion to Donald Trump Will Benefit Him in the Afterlife

In a recent interview, Rudy Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York City, expressed his unwavering loyalty to former President Donald Trump. In fact, Giuliani went as far as to state that his loyalty to Trump would benefit him even in the afterlife. This statement showcases the deep bond between Giuliani and Trump, highlighting the strong connection they share.

Giuliani, once a lawyer for Trump, is currently facing a hefty penalty of $148 million. This comes after he was found liable in court for defaming two Georgia election workers, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, a mother-daughter duo. In the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, Giuliani became a prominent advocate for Trump’s baseless allegations of widespread voter fraud, which supposedly led to his defeat against Joe Biden. Giuliani propagated unfounded conspiracy theories, accusing Freeman and Moss of engaging in election fraud while handling ballots in Fulton County, Georgia.

Freeman and Moss filed a lawsuit stating that the allegations made against them, which were greatly amplified by Giuliani, led to them being subjected to a barrage of harassment and threats. Despite the verdict against him, Giuliani defiantly declared that he had no regrets about his comments and criticized the “absurdity” of the hefty penalty, which ultimately led to his bankruptcy filing last year.

During a Sunday WABC radio broadcast, Giuliani admitted that he would face disbarment due to his disclosure of what he referred to as “confidential stuff” following his defamation ruling in the Freeman and Moss case.

“I know that no matter what, the Bar Association will come after me. They’ll strip me of my license in New York and Washington. But it won’t be because I did something wrong,” he expressed confidently. “In fact, I believe standing up for my principles and not succumbing to weakness, unlike those who fear representing Trump, will earn me heavenly rewards.”

I have contacted Giuliani through an online email form and reached out to Trump’s spokesperson via email for their comments, as requested by Newsweek.

Giuliani’s comments, however, come on the heels of him asserting last month that he is owed a whopping $2 million in legal fees from the campaign of the former president.

During a bankruptcy court hearing in New York in early February, Giuliani revealed that he had not received payment from Trump’s campaign team for the work he had done post the 2020 election.

During the meeting with his creditors at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, Giuliani clarified that his claim for the money owed is directed towards the Trump campaign and the Republican National Campaign, rather than targeting Trump personally, as reported by Bloomberg Law.

In a recent development, Judge Scott McAfee became the target of criticism. On Friday, he made a ruling that allowed Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to proceed with the prosecution of Trump and other defendants, including Giuliani, in the Georgia election interference case.

In August, a Georgia grand jury indicted Trump and 18 co-defendants on criminal racketeering charges. They are accused of allegedly trying to overturn the state’s electoral results in the 2020 election, which was won by Biden.

The judge, McAfee, determined that the district attorney could proceed with the case, but under the condition that Nathan Wade, a special prosecutor with whom she was accused of having an inappropriate relationship, be removed. Following the judge’s decision, Wade promptly resigned from his position.

Giuliani faced a total of 13 charges, which included violating Georgia’s anti-organized crime RICO act, conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, and conspiracy to file false documents. Just like Trump, he maintained his innocence and pleaded not guilty to all the charges, vehemently denying any involvement in any illegal activities.

Last week, McAfee dismissed six counts in the indictment, including three that were against Giuliani and Trump.

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