America’s Greatest Enemy Emerges — But It’s Not Who You Think

Former Mayor of New York City and personal attorney to Donald Trump was victim to several inaccurate media slurs over the past week. Numerous outlets, including NBC News, New York Time, and The Washington Post were forced to issues retractions about the the raid that was conducted on Giuliani’s homes.

The New York Times had this to say in their Saturday issue

The increasingly-radical “news” outlets claimed that Giuliani was aware of the raids on his homes as a continuation of their obsession with the Russian conspiracy theory launches during the onset of Donald Trump’s first term. Giuliani was never aware of the raids. The Biden-led FBI raided Mr. Giuliani’s Manhattan homes last Wednesday as part of an investigation as to whether he broke campaign laws stemming from overseas business in Ukraine.

The Washington Post was forced to issue this retraction:

They added:

“That version also said the FBI had provided a similar warning to Rudolph W. Giuliani, which he has since disputed. This version has been corrected to remove assertions that OAN and Giuliani received the warnings,”

Additional information was provided by NBC News in an attempt to clarify their intentional smear against the Former Mayor.

NBC News had this to say:

“now says the briefing was only prepared for Giuliani and not delivered to him, in part over concerns it might complicate the criminal investigation of Giuliani. As a result, the premise and headline of the article below have been changed to reflect the corrected information.”

Rudy took to his twitter, exposing the “Fake News” outlets and demanded an apology:

Author: Sebastian Hayworth