Trump Attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined Bernie and Sid on WABC to update the audience on the election lawsuits.

Rudy told the WABC audience, “We believe from what we saw in Michigan that the machines have an inaccurate vote—that they’re programmed to give Biden somewhere between a 2% and 5% advantage.”

Here is the full audio from the Bernie and Sid show from WABC:

Meanwhile, Guiliani says that major news networks, including Fox News, will not have him on as a guest to talk about election fraud any longer—as voting machine companies have demanded retractions in the midst of allegations from Giuliani and others.

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“It’s been the strangest experience of my life,” he told Newsmax. “I’m living in a country with the kind of censorship that I remember as a young child in East Germany and the Soviet Union.”

Giuliani said that he “can’t get on ABC, NBC, CBS,” and “I can’t even get on Fox anymore.”

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The former mayor and federal prosecutor said he believes it’s because of the Trump team’s allegations of voter fraud.

Earlier this week, Trump’s campaign filed a legal challenge in the Supreme Court to reverse three cases decided by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that “illegally changed” the mail-in ballot laws “immediately before and after the 2020 presidential election.” They said the court violated Article II of the Constitution and the 2000 Bush v. Gore ruling.

The former mayor said the Pennsylvania lawsuit will be the first of many new ones.

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