Giuliani Drops Bomb On Brian Kemp

( In an interview last week on Steve Bannon’s War Room, former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani claimed Republican Governors Doug Ducey (R-AZ) and Brian Kemp (R-GA) intentionally blocked efforts to expose the evidence of systemic voter fraud in their states.

Giuliani detailed for Bannon his interactions with both governors immediately following the November election and the actions they took to block his efforts.

In addition to calling Governor Ducey an “enemy,” Giuliani also had harsh words for Governor Kemp, whom he believes “might have been worse.”

Claiming there is evidence of systemic fraud, Giuliani went on to say that if the evidence proves to be true, Trump would win Arizona by a “big margin.”

There is no constitutional mechanism for overturning the results of the 2020 election. Once the electors are certified and the President sworn in, any resulting proof of voter fraud great enough to change the winner will not change the outcome of the election.

However, as Giuliani concedes, affecting the outcome or not, the evidence must be examined to ensure that such fraud doesn’t happen again.

Giuliani’s attacks on Kemp and Ducey were scathing. He told Bannon that any governor who covers up fraud “is not a good governor” nor is he working in the interest of the people.

Watch the interview HERE.

Giuliani’s remarks were prompted by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell being barred from attending a Republican Governors Conference event in Nashville, where Lindell planned to confront both Ducey and Kempt over election integrity. Lindell had appeared on an earlier episode of War Room where he told Bannon of his plans to turn up at the event and how he was prevented from doing so.

Once again raising his suspicions over the Dominion voting machines, Lindell told Bannon that his goal was to get a one-on-one meeting with both Kemp and Ducey in order to get answers on why they have not gotten behind their states in investigating the Dominion machines.

Lindell is currently facing a defamation lawsuit from Dominion for $1.3 billion. Dominion claims Lindell “irreparably damaged” the company’s reputation by making false claims that it manipulated voting results during the 2020 election.