Judge Holds Admitted Liar Giuliani Liable in Georgia Election Workers’ Defamation Case

VT's Johnny Punish Eviscerates Psychotic Predator Rudy Giuliani


A federal judge on Wednesday held Rudy Giuliani liable in a defamation lawsuit brought by two Georgia election workers who say they were falsely accused of fraud, ruling that the former New York City mayor gave “only lip service” to comply with his legal obligations while trying to portray himself as the victim in the case.

A reminder, last month, Lying Rudy conceded he made public comments falsely claiming two Georgia election workers committed ballot fraud during the 2020 presidential race but argued that the statements were protected by the First Amendment.  LMAO!  What DaFuq?

Basically, this piece of meat with two eyes called Rudy Giuliani intentionally used these average loyal Americans who were dedicated to contributing to democracy by volunteering for their community to help with the election 2020 as fodder for his evil deeds.

He blasted them; ruining their community ties and reputations as he attempted to cheat ALL the voters of Georgia with false claims for his messiah, Donald “Sore Loser” Trump.

Shayne Moss and Ruby Freeman:  vindicated victims of the biggest attempted political heist in US History

It’s more than disgusting!  It’s grotesque!  He not only belongs in jail but, if the devil will even allow him into the place, he belongs in hell for doing this to two innocent ladies.

Here, allow me to make it clearer…


Is that clear enough?

U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell said the punishment was necessary because Giuliani had ignored his duty as a defendant to turn over information requested by election workers Ruby Freeman and her daughter, Wandrea’ ArShaye Moss, as part of their lawsuit.

The decision moves the case toward a trial in Washington that could result in Giuliani being ordered to pay significant damages to the women, in addition to the tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees he’s already being directed to pay.

The workers’ complaint from December 2021 accused Giuliani, one of Donald Trump’s lawyers and a confidant of the former Republican president, of defaming them by falsely stating that they had engaged in fraud while counting ballots at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.

Why it matters: The ruling could add to Giuliani’s ballooning legal fees — and comes after he was indicted in Fulton County alongside former President Trump over his alleged efforts to flip 2020 election results.

Driving the news: U.S. District Court Judge Beryl Howell wrote that Giuliani failed to produce relevant records and evidence sought by Freeman and Moss in the case.

  • Howell also ordered Giuliani to pay punitive damages to Freeman and Moss for not turning over the evidence in a timely manner.
  • “Just as taking shortcuts to win an election carries risks — even potential criminal liability — bypassing the discovery process carries serious sanctions,” Howell wrote.

The big picture: Freeman and Moss, who were both election workers in Fulton County during the 2020 election, sued Giuliani and the conservative One America News Network in 2021 in a defamation lawsuit.

  • They wrote that the baseless public claims “led to an immediate onslaught of violent and racist threats and harassment” that left them “afraid to live normal lives.”
  • Giuliani repeatedly falsely accused Freeman and Moss of manipulating ballots during the ballot counting process in Georgia during the 2020 election.
  • A judge later dismissed OANN from the defamation lawsuit after Freeman and Moss reached a settlement with the network.

What they’re saying: “This 57-page opinion on discovery—which would usually be no more than two or three pages—is a prime example of the weaponization of the justice system, where the process is the punishment,” Ted Goodman, political adviser to Giuliani, said in a statement.

  • “This decision should be reversed, as Mayor Giuliani is wrongly accused of not preserving electronic evidence that was seized and held by the FBI.”

What’s next: Howell ordered the case to go to trial to determine how much Giuliani owes in damages.

  • Giuliani has until Sept. 20 to submit financial documents and records about the revenue and viewership metrics for his podcast.