Federal agents raided Rudy Giuliani’s home and seized his files yesterday. He spoke for the first time tonight to tell what happened.
Giuliani says there was a bang on his door and seven FBI agents with a warrant were at his door. The agents took 7 or 8 electronic devices. He says they refused the Hunter Biden hard drives.
A former US Attorney also spoke with Tucker Carlson to explain the situation and how wrong the whole thing is for Giuliani:
What happened to Rudy Giuliani should frighten every American. No, it should really make every American more determined to stop the takeover by far-left political forces who enforce political hit jobs on people they don’t like. The Biden crime family is out for revenge, and they don’t care if it looks like a Mafia hit job.
The best example of why the raid on Rudy’s apartment was a political hit job is that it’s being reported that the DOJ took everything BUT the Hunter Biden computer hard drives. Yes, after raiding Rudy’s NYC apartment and office, the government thugs left Hunter’s hard drives.
Former US Attorney Brett Tolman joined Tucker Carlson to explain:
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OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON THE RAID ON GIULIANI’S APARTMENT:
The New York City apartment of Trump’s personal lawyer and New York City’s most successful Mayor Rudy Giuliani was raided this morning by Federal investigators who executed a search warrant today.
It’s not at all surprising that the anti-Trump New York Times was first to report about the raid.
According to The New York Times, who cited information from the investigators, Giuliani’s electronic devices were seized in the raid allegedly connected to Guiliani’s dealings in Ukraine.
Daily Mail reports – The investigation centers on whether Giuliani, who was Donald Trump’s personal attorney, lobbied the Trump administration in 2019 on behalf of Ukrainian officials and oligarchs – the same group of people who were helping Giuliani search for dirt on Joe Biden and his son Hunter, who sat on the board of Ukrainian gas company, during the 2020 election.
The move indicates the investigation of the former New York City mayor has entered an aggressive new phase.
To obtain the search warrant, investigators would need to convince a judge they had sufficient reason to believe that a crime was committed, and the search would turn up evidence of that.
It does not mean an indication of guilt.
The United States Attorney’s office in Manhattan and the FBI had wanted to execute the warrant on Giuliani’s Upper East Side pad for months. Still, it had been stymied by the political leadership put in place at the Justice Department by President Trump.
But after Merrick Garland was confirmed as President Biden’s attorney general, the Justice Department lifted its objection to the search.
Biden vowed to have an independent Justice Department and said he would not interfere in its work.
‘Here we go, folks,’ tweeted Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney who was also subject of a federal raid.
The Giuliani investigation grew out of a federal investigation of his associates, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, who gathered information about the Bidens during the election.
The two Soviet-born men were charged with federal campaign finance violations.
While Hunter Biden and former VP Biden’s dirty dealings with Burisma are yet to be investigated, it’s curious that the feds would choose to investigate Trump’s personal lawyer, one of the most outspoken public figures on voter fraud in the November 2020 election. Dominion is also suing Guiliani for speaking out about election fraud related to their voting machines.
Rudy was instrumental in bringing election fraud cases forward when state legislatures and courts refused to hear evidence from thousands of Americans, many of whom signed affidavits testifying as eye-witnesses to fraud.
Is this the price Americans who speak out about election fraud will pay?
If you think this is an isolated case of being targeted by our crooked Deep State and an entire network of dirty players on the Left…you haven’t been paying attention. If you don’t believe us, ask My Pillow CEO, Mike Lindell.