Rudy Giuliani told Tucker Carlson that he may have destroyed evidence seized by the FBI “a few years ago.”
Giuliani argued that the evidence taken was “explanatory” and amplified the nonsense conspiracy theory about Biden and Ukraine.
He went on to say that the Justice Department should be investigated without providing credible evidence to support the request.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Thursday that the FBI may have destroyed evidence seized “a few years ago” this week.
Giuliani, who starred in Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, said of the attack at home, “around 6 am, there was a big shock to the door.” He added that the agent who carried out the search warrant was an expert, took seven or eight electronics, and two were not his.
In addition to Giuliani’s Manhattan home, the federal government also attacked his office and Washington, DC, the home of Victoria Toning, one of his associates and fellow lawyers. They confiscated a computer owned by his personal assistant, Jo Ann Zafonte, and provided her with a subpoena to testify before the grand jury in May.
The assault marked a positive new phase of a long-term federal investigation into whether Giuliani violated foreign lobbying legislation through a deal with Ukraine.
Giuliani told Carlson Thursday when an agent attacked his property, pointing to a hard drive full of documents related to President Joe Biden’s son Hunter and asking, “Don’t you want these?” ..
Former mayor statement On Wednesday, his lawyer Robert Costello claimed he was targeted for “corrupted dual standards,” and investigators said “the only electronics containing evidence of crime, Hunter Biden’s hard drive. I left it behind. ” “Several opportunities.”
Giuliani repeatedly told Carlson that the agent had to put all the electronics under the subpoena, but shouldn’t have accepted his words about what’s on the hard drive.
“They could have been Donald Trump’s hard drive,” Giuliani said.
“I was able to destroy the evidence many years ago. I had it for two years, and I didn’t destroy it,” he added, claiming his cooperation and innocence. I guessed about the timing of the attack.
Giuliani called the search warrant “illegal” without providing evidence to support his allegations and lied that the Bidens had violated the law for 30 years.
Giuliani said the deal with Ukraine was only related to his efforts to prove Trump’s innocence with respect to the FBI’s investigation into Russia’s intervention in the 2016 U.S. election, where Trump was not charged with crime. Insisted. Giuliani also said that his work in Ukraine is relevant to his quest to dig up Hunter Biden’s dirt related to his work at the Ukrainian natural gas company Brisma Holdings.
“They won’t explain to me what they’ve been looking at for two years,” Giuliani said. “I have never represented the Ukrainian people while in the US government.”
Carlson then claimed that Democrats were “paid to hate Russia,” and Giuliani said he should investigate the Justice Department.
“They broke into my iCloud and took privileged documents. The Justice Department spy on me. We should be in East Berlin before the wall goes up,” Giuliani said. Told.
He is currently the second Trump lawyer to attack his property. The FBI executed a search warrant against former Trump corrector and lawyer Michael Cohen in 2018, who later pleaded guilty to several felony charges, including campaign finance breaches, tax evasion, and lies to Congress. It was.
Cohen on Thursday Experienced Giuliani’s legal pain, CNN’s Alisyn Camerota, “My parents always said it wasn’t good to be fascinated by me, but Rudy, I told you. I told you!”
“No one cares about Donald Trump,” Giuliani told Giuliani, and Giuliani was “next thrown under the bus.”
“And that’s exactly what will happen,” he told CNN.
“Rudi is an idiot, so I don’t know how widespread this study will be in the end. That’s the problem. Rudy drinks too much. Who knows what the phone and computer are? It behaves irregularly. “”
Camerota then asked Cohen what he thought Giuliani would do if the prosecutor began to tighten his screws, and whether he would “turn over” and provide information about Trump in exchange for generosity.
Cohen said he and Giuliani didn’t like each other before Trump became president. “So do you think Rudy will give up Donald with a heartbeat? Of course,” he said.
Read the original article Business insider