Rudy Giuliani admitted that he put fake White House logos on his Ukraine conspiracy theory documents and tried to pass them off as real.
Josh Rogin of CNN tweeted:
By the way, Rudy is admitting to manufacturing White House logos and sticking them on non-White House documents and pushing the real government to act on them. https://t.co/8NEfRmvTXy
— Josh Rogin (@joshrogin) October 3, 2019
Here is the apparently hand-drawn logo done by Giuliani or someone close to him:
Thanks! I asked because it doesn't look Photoshopped to me, it looks hand drawn (which is insane). It'll be interesting to see if he specifically says he created the fake logo. Compare the Pompeo package to an actual White House envelope. ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/72sIDHRRdE
— Walter Shaub (@waltshaub) October 3, 2019
Rudy Giuliani falsified documents to try to get the State Department to investigate his Russia conspiracy theory against Joe Biden.
This is a whole new level of crazy.
Guiliani was hellbent on getting the State Department to investigate Biden. Instead of investigating Biden, the State Department turned the documents over to their IG who then turned them over to Congress. Thus, providing more evidence for impeachable Ukraine conspiracy. The documents that Giuliani compiled have been described as an amateurish right-wing conspiracy theory. The fact that the president and his lawyer would run with this half baked scheme is a sign that they could find nothing on Biden, and there is no law that they won’t break to win the 2020 election.
On the same night that America finds out that Mike Pence may have also committed an impeachable offense, the country learns that the president’s lawyer spends his free time faking White House logos for his conspiracy theory docs.
It is only 9 since the impeachment investigation was announced and team Trump is a pile of rubble.
Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor, who is White House Press Pool, and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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