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Giuliani Tells Georgia House There’s ‘Obvious Voter Fraud’ In First Rant Since Contracting Covid

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Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani made his first public appearance since contracting COVID-19. This time, the Trump attorney appeared before the Georgia House of Representatives via Zoom.

During the hearing, the former New York mayor described possessing a video featuring election workers “passing around USB ports as if they’re vials of heroin or cocaine.”

It is unclear what this was meant to prove, although Giuliani insisted that the way they passed USB drives to one another was definitive proof of a criminal conspiracy.

“I mean, it’s obvious to anyone who’s a criminal investigator!” he said. “They are engaged in surreptitious, illegal activity!”

Giuliani then called for election workers to have their homes raided.

“Their homes, their places of work should have been searched for evidence of ballots, for evidence of USB ports, for evidence of voter fraud!” he fumed. “Because they obviously were engaged in it!”

Take a look at the video clip below:

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