May 20, 2024

Giuliani Birthday Party Ruined by Indictment

This weekend, Rudy Giuliani was trying to let a little steam off with a big 80th birthday party bash in Palm Beach.

His party, however, took a turn nobody ever expected when Giuliani was served with an indictment in the Arizona election case.

According to some witnesses, the party was stormed “like it was Normandy” by authorities.

Poor Rudy

According to reports, Rudy had just had "Happy Birthday" sung to him when agents busted into the celebration.

Among those in attendance were Roger Stone and Steve Bannon, so that should offer a pretty interesting take on what happened that day.

Carolina Wren, a Republican consultant, described the scene, stating, “While crime in Arizona is at an all-time high the Arizona Secretary of State’s office felt it was a good use of resources to send multiple agents across the country to storm an 80th birthday party like it was Normandy.”

Wren hosted the party at her home in Palm Beach for Giuliani.

Giuliani is one of 18 people who were indicted in Arizona, having been accused of creating a “fake electors” plot to flip the election in Trump’s favor.

Among the charges that Giuliani faces are fraud, forgery, and conspiracy.

Giuliani political adviser Ted Goodman was also in attendance, and he described the day similarly to Wren.

He stated, “It’s unfortunate that they chose to barge up and startle guests during a celebration of this man’s 80th birthday.

“They could’ve shown a little more respect for the man who comforted the nation following September 11th and who stands up for law enforcement and the men and women in blue.”

After Giuliani was served his papers, Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes boasted on X, “The final defendant was served moments ago. [Rudy Giuliani] nobody is above the law.”

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