A federal jury in Washington, D.C., is currently deciding how much Rudy Giuliani should pay two former Georgia election workers whom he falsely accused of smuggling and counting fake absentee ballots at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena following the 2020 presidential election. Rudy Giuliani’s comments outside the courthouse and his refusal to testify, contradicting his own statement, indicate his lack of cooperation in the case where he is accused of defamation by default. The women, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, experienced threatening, racist messages and letters as well as unwanted pizza deliveries, forcing Freeman to shut down her business and deactivate her social media. Despite being called out by state officials and experts, Giuliani and OAN continued to promote false claims about the election results and the alleged fraud at State Farm Arena for months. Giuliani’s lawyer admitted that his client had been “irresponsible” but argued for leniency from the jury. Giuliani’s decision not to testify was one factor questioning his innocence and righteousness in the whole situation.

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