A detailed discussion with Rudy Giuliani, primarily about the investigations of the President of the United States. Mr. Giuliani considers it to be a miscarriage of justice.
There is no question that the main stream media, in general, is opposed to our President, and minimizes his many accomplishments, spinning facts with impunity, to the point of an abuse of the First Amendment. Our media outlets are fortunate that they don’t face the tough defamation laws that exist in other countries, such as England.
As an example, here is an OP-Ed in today’s New York Time, and that I received in my email this morning:
Much about Rudy Giuliani’s Fox News interview last night is still unclear — including whether he helped or hurt his client, President Trump.
But one thing is clear: Giuliani has forfeited any claim to being a patriot who believes in this country’s system of law and government. He is now going out of his way to besmirch honest law-enforcement officials who present a risk to Trump. Giuliani, like Trump, has decided that the law is an instrument of power, not justice.
“Giuliani just referred to federal law enforcement agents from the district where he used to be US attorney as ‘stormtroopers,’ ” Matt Miller, a former Justice Department official, tweeted last night. “What a despicable human being he is.”
For anyone who remembers Giuliani’s years as mayor of New York — which included a lot of good and a lot of bad, but never sank to these depths — his new job as Trump’s enforcer is a sad sight to behold.