President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is being buried in an avalanche of mockery after asking a simple question on Wednesday.
During a rambling speech in Philadelphia, the former New York mayor descended into a wild rant over the election results while threatening legal action to stop votes from being counted. He then asked if people thought he was stupid. And they were happy to reply.
His critics on Twitter were quick to answer… with more than a few reminding him of his infamous appearance in the recent “Borat” sequel:
Take a look at the video and some of the responses below:
— The Recount (@therecount) November 4, 2020
rudy a fool, i mean you tell me pic.twitter.com/zhRmJKSovg
— Gary Dolinko (@GDolinko) November 4, 2020
— CVinz (@CVinz) November 4, 2020
"Now if you'll excuse me, a beautiful young journalist from Kazakhstan wants to show me her hotel suite" https://t.co/RF4A6HwvZH
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) November 4, 2020
— Aaron West (@oeste) November 5, 2020
Is this a rhetorical question? https://t.co/F7yEWgf1ZD
— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) November 5, 2020
One day I will be a former mayor. When the time comes, may you simply put me out to pasture, not to jeopardize the things I was proud of doing with a head-scratching third act. https://t.co/BYfX2e5nTC
— Mayor Q (@QuintonLucasKC) November 4, 2020
A resounding heartfelt capitalized YES!
— Tom Pitts (@MrTomPitts) November 5, 2020
Now that you ask….
— Alex Vitalia (won’t retweet profanity) Vote Dems! (@AlexVita9) November 4, 2020
Yes, Rudy, We do think you are stupid. You fell for Borat in 2020! Think about that. https://t.co/HPiwZTAyHj
— Russell Foster for Texas (@RussellFosterTX) November 4, 2020
Well you did get fooled by Borat and needed the Genius Bar to unlock your iPhone. . . https://t.co/J5MHjrNAfp
— Brett Erlich (@bretterlich) November 5, 2020
bold question from the guy who fell for Borat in 2020 https://t.co/igtWdF2OBY
— i bless the rains down in castamere (@Chinchillazllla) November 4, 2020
I saw Borat 2.
Are you sure you want to leave that question out there for the public to answer? https://t.co/wwpY5GQd7x
— 🦃Ian Riccaboni🦃 (@IanRiccaboni) November 4, 2020