Rudy, Rudy what have you done? For Donald Trump alone, the former mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani stood under the hot press camera lights and gave a speech as his hair dye went liquid and flowed down his cheeks. January 6, before the mob headed out to attempt a coup against the United States of America’s government, Giuliani once again stood on Donald Trump’s stage and called for trouble.
He has been charged with inciting violence. Giuliani’s very words damned him in the legal world:
‘Let’s have trial by combat.’
Lead Justice Department federal law enforcement reporter at the Associated Press (AP), Mike Balsamo tweeted that the New York State (NYS) Bar Association “launched a former inquiry” into whether to ban the wayward attorney:
‘NYS Bar Association says based on complaints & “the statement Mr. Giuliani uttered shortly before the attack on the Capitol,” the organization has launched a formal inquiry to “determine whether Mr. Giuliani should be removed from the membership rolls of the Association.”‘
Giuliani, a former U.S. Attorney, was guilty of ginning up the angry crowd. Rioters blocked traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge. Why did the police not do more? That was still the big question. Maybe Giuliani knew.
Reporter for @NYLawJournal, Ryan Tarinelli tweeted:
‘New:@NYSBA is launching an inquiry into whether Rudy Giuliani should be removed from the association’s membership rolls.’
Giuliani was firing up the crowd of 10,000 or more of angry seditionists, according to The Independent. The president’s private attorney called out former Mayor David Dinkin:
‘The reason the morale of the police department of the city of New York is so low. Is one reason, and one reason alone: David Dinkins!’
‘For Rudy Giuliani to urge them on, as it were, demonstrates an irresponsibility on his behalf, He who professes to be a law enforcement person.’
Giuliani tried to excuse himself from inciting the mob, because its actions were already in motion. On his talk radio show, 77 WABC, the attorney said:
‘This was planned. The people, if they were at the actual speech at all, certainly had planned to do this before that speech took place.’
Twitter world has had it with the mob rule. Take a look at some of our favorite responses below:
Shut up. https://t.co/61uIrZ4Xmi
— Gen Michael Hayden (@GenMhayden) January 10, 2021
I will Never forget this: https://t.co/MExkj4SSTm
— Brian J. Karem (@BrianKarem) January 10, 2021
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