Rudy Giuliani Says Election Related Cases Going To “Blow Up” After Christmas

( Former New Yorker City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, said recently that election-related lawsuits and other battles to ensure election integrity will “blow up” after Christmas, injecting fresh enthusiasm into the fight to ensure an illegitimate president is not inaugurated on January 20.

In an episode of Rudy Giuliani’s Common Sense, a podcast Giuliani hosts and publishes on YouTube, the high-profile attorney said that he was seeing “considerable movement” in the battleground states of Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, and Pennsylvania, towards decertifying election results as evidence of misconduct and fraud mounts.

“So starting after Christmas, this is really going to blow up,” he explained.

That’s good news for Trump supporters who were starting to think that the fraud would be completely ignored by the courts and legislature.

“Because the evidence that all these crooked television networks, newspapers, big tech, and the leadership of the Democratic Party have been giving you is false,” he added. “And you’re going to find that out all at once. It’s going to be very shocking to the country.”

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has already been certified as the winner in these four battleground states, and the Electoral College vote on December 14 handed him the win, but the fight doesn’t appear to be over. Giuliani is reportedly working to encourage state legislators to decertify the results in their states and certify President Donald Trump the winner instead, owing to the growing evidence of widespread fraud.

Such a move would likely prove controversial, with Democrats crying foul play, but the evidence cannot be ignored. So far, thousands of Americans have signed sworn affidavits attesting to witnessing fraud, and hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots were counted without the presence of Republican poll watchers.

And with an abnormally low rejection rate, the irregularities just can’t be ignored.

“The numbers were wrong. Therefore they must be decertified,” Giuliani explained in an episode of his podcast published on Christmas day.

For states to decertify the results, it would require the support of at least a few Democrat members, which is extremely unlikely at this point.

Giuliani could well be right that more happens in the days following Christmas, as we count down the days until the January 6 joint session of Congress where members of the United States legislature will vote to approve or deny the Electoral College vote.

Several Republicans have already indicated that they will not approve the Electoral College vote.

This could get very interesting very quickly…