Rudy Giuliani Falsely Claims Georgia Election Is Proven Fraud In All-Caps Tweet

No one has provided any legitimate evidence that the U.S. presidential election was tainted by voter fraud in Georgia, but the president’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani attempted the next best thing: an all-caps tweet. On Thursday afternoon, Giuliani tried to make his case with a few choice words on Twitter that were all capitalized — to, you know, add gravitas to his wishful thinking. ELECTION IN GEORGIA IS NOW PROVEN TO BE A FRAUD.— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) December 3, 2020 Twitter quickly labeled the fact-free tweet “disputed”. Other Twitter users added their own thoughts. By what? Your ridiculous all caps tweet? Change your meds or somethng. Get some fucking help. You’re really bottoming out here.— Black Francis (@MrBlackFrancis) December 4, 2020 pic.twitter.com/tn7NMMG0s8— Goad Gatsby (@GoadGatsby) December 3, 2020 FIFY pic.twitter.com/naFKMhBx2k— 🏝Kim Sherrell (@kim) December 3, 2020 Exactly, nobody should vote on January 5th, you tell ‘em Rudy! 😂— Four Seasons Total Manscaping (@EcoSexuality) December 3, 2020 Sure, we believe you. I think at this point we’re supposed to humor crazy people, right? Or is it don’t wake up a sleepwalker? I get them both confused. pic.twitter.com/nCnRCT7O02— Essential Worker 🌊🇺🇲💙🍑✊💚 (@Essentialworker) December 3, 2020 This tweet about fraud has been proven to be fraud pic.twitter.com/EJjDIFRLRM— Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only The Piano Player (@michaellevine2) December 3, 2020 Although people like former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell have claimed that Georgia’s voting machines were rigged to favor Joe Biden, who is now president-elect, over President Donald Trump, they have provided no evidence to support that. A statement issued by Dominion Voting Systems last week dismissed Powell’s claims as “baseless, senseless, physically impossible, and unsupported by any evidence whatsoever.”

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