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Just think not too long ago right after 9/11, he was soon as a hero in NY.  Today they want to punish him.

New York State Bar Association May Remove “America’s Mayor” Rudy Giuliani After Capitol Rally

New York State Bar Association may remove Rudy Giuliani after Capitol riots

By Rebecca Rosenberg, The New York Post, January 11, 2020:

The president of the New York State Bar Association announced Monday it has opened a probe into whether to remove President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani as a member over incendiary statements he made before the Capitol siege and his efforts to cast doubt on the 2020 presidential election.
“This is unprecedented,” NYSBA President Scott Karson told The Post in a phone interview. “We haven’t had occasion to do this in modern times.”

Giuliani told thousands of the president’s supporters at a White House rally Jan. 6 that there had been widespread election fraud, and he challenged the results of the Georgia US Senate runoffs shortly before an angry mob breached the Capitol walls.

“If we’re wrong, we will be made fools of, but if we’re right a lot of them will go to jail,” he said. “Let’s have trial by combat.”

In a statement, the nation’s largest voluntary state bar association said that it had received hundreds of complaints in recent months about Giuliani’s efforts to undermine the election. The storming of the Capitol, which left five dead, was the last straw, according to a statement from the organization............

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