(PresidentialHill.com)- According to his counsel, Rudy Giuliani’s appearance before a House committee probing January 6 has been canceled. Giuliani opted out.
Committee spokesman Tim Mulvey said that Mr. Giuliani had agreed to participate in a transcribed interview with the Select Committee, but their investigators were notified today that he would not be there unless he was permitted to film the interview, which was never an agreed-upon condition.
Mulvey went on to say that Mr. Giuliani is an essential witness in the plot to overthrow the government, and he continues to be subject to subpoenas. If he refuses to comply, the committee will explore all available enforcement actions against him.
Last January, the radicals on the January 6 Committee issued subpoenas to Rudy Giuliani, Jenna Ellis, Sidney Powell, and Boris Epshteyn, alleging that they publicly promoted unsupported claims about the 2020 election and participated in attempts to disrupt or delay the certification of the election results.
A district judge, handpicked by Obama, cleared Rudy of any role in the Jan. 6 violence.
Giuliani said he wants to be open, but he doesn’t trust Adam Schiff and the rest of the committee since Schiff misled the American public for so long about the Russian hoax.
The ex-mayor of New York City said that he wants to cooperate, and he’s always done the right thing.
He asked why “America’s Mayor” should be exposed to angry, misinformed, politically crooked people?
Guiliani feels that they would certainly alter his testimony, transcripts, or statements. They are so untrustworthy that the committee’s approval rating would be worse than Joe Biden’s if surveyed today.
There have been genuine claims that both Antifa and the FBI were engaged on Jan 6, and the American people deserve an open and honest inquiry.
Has Nancy Pelosi been called into question? President Trump offered her the National Guard, but she declined. Why?
What about the recordings of Capitol workers urging visitors to step inside?
Rudy Giuliani was supposed to testify, but he feels the process lacks transparency.