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Opinion by Lev Golinkin  Updated 11:09 PM ET, Tuesday December 24, 2019  Lev Golinkin writes on refugee and immigrant identity, as well as Ukraine, Russia and the far right. He is the author of the memoir "A Backpack, a Bear, and Eight Crates of Vodka."

Rudy Giuliani: I’m more of a Jew than George Soros.  Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and current lawyer for U.S. President Donald Trump, speaks to members of the media during a White House Sports and Fitness Day at the South Lawn of the White House May 30, 2018 in Washington, DC. 

(CNN)Monday evening, as American Jews gathered to celebrate the second night of Hanukkah, news broke of Rudy Giuliani’s anti-Semitic tirade against billionaire philanthropist George Soros.  The remarks, which came during an alcohol-laden interview with New York Magazine, cap off a long, alarming year for anti-Semitism both in the United States and abroad.

Indeed, the most dangerous thing about living at a time of constant stories about anti-Semitism is how quickly the hatred is normalized. Two and a half years ago, chants of “ Jews will not replace us" in Charlottesville, Virginia, stunned America; today, anti-Semitism is just a part of the news cycle.  And so, as we take stock after this latest news, it's time to face three uncomfortable truths. 

First, despite his claims, Giuliani's comments are unmistakably anti-Semitic. Second, this anti-Semitism is not merely vile but dangerous: The anti-Soros tropes like those evoked by Giuliani may tacitly encourage those prone to violence, resulting in Jewish bodies on the streets. Most disturbingly, we can't write this off as the inebriated ravings of a single man. Everything Giuliani said had been repeated, over and over, by President Donald Trump, by Republican lawmakers and by Fox News hosts.

Of course, today's surge of anti-Semitism isn't limited to Republicans; the problem is widespread. Some of the leaders of the Women's March have been plagued by accusations of anti-Semitism and a horrific kosher market attack in Jersey City earlier this month is being investigated as an act of domestic terrorism thought to be fueled in part by a hatred of Jews, according to the state attorney general.

But the proliferation of anti-Semitic tropes in the GOP is so worrying precisely because it's widespread and systematic. By now, there's enough evidence to say that, in much of today's Republican Party, anti-Semitic tropes are not an irregularity but a feature.

Giuliani's attack runs the anti-Semitic gamut, from medieval accusations of Soros not being truly religious (similar slurs were used during the Spanish Inquisition, which led to the torture and forced conversion of Jews) to claims that Soros controlled a US ambassador and "elected" district attorneys -- which builds on the classic anti-Semitic trope of powerful Jews controlling the government.

Giuliani's baseless accusation -- indeed, the GOP's obsession with Soros -- is the embodiment of modern anti-Semitism, which is, at its root, a conspiracy theory: the belief that Jews are secretly undermining white nations by manipulating ideology, media, money and immigration.

Over the past 300 years, anti-Semites on both sides of the Atlantic have tirelessly spread this deadly lie, tweaking it to suit their needs. To the Russian czars as well as American anti-Semites like Henry Ford and Joseph McCarthy, the Jews were responsible for bringing communism in order to destroy their nations.

The Nazis used this conspiracy to blame Jews for orchestrating Germany’s loss in World War I; today’s white terrorists like the Pittsburgh shooter use it to claim Jews are bringing in immigrants to turn America into a white-minority state.  
And T-RUMP and Giuliani certainly qualify as spokespersons for the Fourth Reich…

Every conspiracy theory needs a "them," the shadowy puppet master pulling the strings. In the 1800s, it was Baron Nathan Rothschild, the original Soros, a businessman accused of manipulating European currency. Henry Ford focused his anti-Semitic tracts on the Warburg family and their advocacy for the Federal Reserve system.

Today's Jewish bogeyman of choice is Soros. And, according to a number of prominent Republicans, Soros is everywhere.

In the wake of the horrific Parkland school shooting, NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre  ( Certified scumbag and liar) exploded in an entire dog-whistle concerto, accusing globalists and Soros of plotting to take away Americans’ guns. Congressman Steve King  ( supetr-pr*ck)  stated that Soros is bringing immigrants to America; the same conspiracy theory was given by the Tree of Life shooter as his motivation for massacring 11 Jews in Pittsburgh. 

Theories of Soros being behind Black Lives Matter, Trump’s impeachment, and protests against the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation to the Supreme Court have proliferated in the past several years. The embrace of anti-Semitism posing as anti-Soros conspiracies has gone far beyond the fringe. 

It's easy to dismiss the Pittsburgh terrorist or even King and Giuliani as outliers. But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has also propagated the Soros theory, tweeting out a lie about Soros and other Jewish Democratic donors attempting to buy elections.

Rep. Louie Gohmert,  ( Rated the biggest pr*ck in Congress besides Gaetz, Jordan and Meadows, and one sick illiterate person ) like Giuliani, accused Soros of not being truly Jewish. A prominent Republican lobbyist repeated unfounded claims that Soros had ties to the former US ambassador to Ukraine. President Donald Trump has promoted the theory of Soros bringing migrants to America.

Fox News, in particular, has been a bastion for Soros conspiracy theories. Earlier this year, host Tucker Carlson devoted an entire segment to claims that Soros is "hijacking" our democracy and "remaking" the United States. Last month, another host, Laura Ingraham, blamed Soros for GOP losses in Virginia's state election.

Indeed, earlier this month Jonathan Greenblatt of the Anti-Defamation League took the unusual step of calling out Fox's role in the proliferation of Soros theories in an NBC op-ed with the blunt headline "Fox News is normalizing anti-Semitism even as violence against Jews surges."

This, then, is the state of the Republican Party as we enter a new decade as well as what will surely be a tense election year: An anti-Semitic theory has been embraced by the President of the United States, members of Congress and the No. 1 conservative cable network.

This is not simply an obsession with a prominent billionaire. It's no longer a fringe theory. It's not drunken ramblings by the ever-bumbling Giuliani. It is the world’s bloodiest anti-Semitic belief that has now become a tenet and a rallying cry for some of the biggest names in one of the two political parties in the United States.

(CNN)   A man walked into a rabbi’s home during a Hanukkah celebration in a New York suburb Saturday night and began stabbing people, witnesses say. Five victims were taken to nearby hospitals, according to police. 

The Orthodox Jewish Public Affairs Council for the Hudson Valley Region said in a tweet that victims inside the Monsey residence were Hasidic Jews. Two people are in critical condition, co-founder of the council, Yossi Gestetner, told CNN.

The attacker pulled out a knife that was “almost like a broomstick," said Aron Kohn, who attended the Hanukkah celebration.  Kohn said there were at least 100 people in the home at that time, as the rabbi was "lighting the candle" on the seventh night of Hanukkah. 

Kohn added that the suspect tried to run into a nearby synagogue, but someone closed the doors.  Rockland County -- where the stabbing took place -- has the largest Jewish population per capita of any US County, according to New York state. More than 30% of its residents are Jewish.  

Officials are still working an active crime scene, Ramapo Police Chief Brad Weidel said in a news conference.   He said a suspect, described as a tall black man, was apprehended by police.A latest in a string of attacks

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the stabbing was “ he latest in a string of attacks against members of the Jewish community in New York this week."  "Let me be clear: anti-Semitism and bigotry of any kind are repugnant to our values of inclusion and diversity and we have absolutely zero tolerance for such acts of hate," the governor said in a statement.

He directed the state's Hate Crime Task Force to investigate the incident. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of New York also said they were heading to the scene to learn more and coordinate with law enforcement.  And last week, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city's police department would be boosting its number of patrols after at least eight possible anti-Semitic incidents in a week. 

Police will increase visits to houses of worship and 'other critical areas in the community," he said. In a statement to CNN, Israel’s President Reuven (Ruvi) Rivlin expressed being "shocked and outraged" by the stabbing.  "We are praying for the rapid recovery of those injured. The rise of anti-Semitism is not just a Jewish problem, and certainly not just the State of Israel's problem. We must work together to confront this evil, which is raising its head again and is a genuine threat around the world," the statement said. 

In response to the attack, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would work with local authorities to deal with incidents of anti-Semitism.  "Israel condemns in every sense the latest anti-Semitic incidents and the brutal attack in the middle of Hanukkah at the rabbi's house in Monsey, New York. We send wishes for a speedy recovery to the injured," he said at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting. "We will work together in every way with the local authorities in order to help eliminate this phenomena. We offer our help to all countries.”

‘We cannot overstate the fear people are feeling’… As authorities began investigating the scene of the stabbings, officials began sharing messages of solidarity and resilience.   New York Attorney General Letitia James said there was "zero tolerance for acts of hate of any kind and we will continue to monitor this horrific situation."

"I stand with the Jewish community tonight and every night," James said in a tweet.

After Saturday's stabbing, DeBlasio said "many Jewish families in our city have close ties to Monsey. We cannot overstate the fear people are feeling right now.”  Fortified synagogues and guards 'everybody knows.' How life changed a year after the Tree of Life massacre

"We will NOT allow this to become the new normal," de Blasio tweeted. "We'll use every tool we have to stop these attacks once and for all. The NYPD has deployed a visible and growing presence around Jewish houses of worship on the streets in communities like Williamsburg, Crown Heights and Boro Park."

The ADL’s CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said it was "heart-wrenching to see the holiday of Hanukkah violated yet again" following last week's "hateful assaults."   "We are outraged because the answer is clear: the Jewish community NEEDS greater protection," Greenblatt tweeted.

"Whether worshiping in synagogue, shopping in the supermarket or celebrating at home, Jews should be safe from violence. We need authorities to provide increased protection NOW and ensure that the full force of the law is brought down on those who perpetrate such horrific crimes," Greenblatt said.


Too bad we had hoped the Sicilian Mafia finally collected the bounty on him from years ago…  We’re learning more about Rudy Giuliani’s effort to dig up dirt on President Donald Trump’s political opponents. When Giuliani associates Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman traveled to Ukraine last winter to gather documents on Joe Biden and his son Hunter, they were accompanied by a former pro golfer named David Correia. 

Sources and documents obtained by CNN shed light on the role Correia had in helping them try to make the effort pay off in lucrative business deals. The three men were indicted in October for illegally funneling foreign money into Republican political circles. But so far, attention has mostly focused on Parnas and Fruman, who have become key characters in the ongoing impeachment saga of President T-RUMP.

The creep “ Rudi Ghouliani” has landed for 2019 with a resounding crash and burn…  It will go down in history as the classic Ukrainian F*ck-up,  orchestrated and ordered by Donald J. T-rump and, carried out by a full fledged illegal lobbyist with no credentials involving threats to foreign countries… 

(CNN) Joe Biden’s campaign has offered its first response after President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani made a now-famous douchbag trip to Ukraine to urge the country to investigate the Democratic presidential candidate.

"Its great to see all these strong progressive voices stand up to this attempt at a blatantly political smear which in and of itself reflects the urgent need for change and to restore the soul of the country," a Biden campaign official told CNN.

"I just think it is highly unethical for the President's personal lawyer to go meet with officials from foreign government to see if they can influence somehow the upcoming presidential election," Warren said in Kermit, West Virginia. “ We’ve had enough of that,  and Rudy Giuliani should just back off.

"It's stunning that the Trump administration is going down the same tragic path they did in 2016. Here you have the President's lawyer seeking help from a foreign government again to influence a presidential election. It's just appalling," House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said Friday.

"And his defense that he's not seeking a foreign government's help in the election, just an investigation -- yes, it's an investigation designed to affect one of the candidates they fear the most. I think it's reprehensible."

Sen. Chris Murphy, who called for a Senate query on Giuliani's proposed trip to Ukraine before it was canceled, tweeted, "I know we've become numb to the corruption of this Administration, but this story should be the total focus of the political class today. The President is openly asking a foreign government to investigate his political rival. This is next level."

Giuliani coerced to meet with the country’s president-elect to encourage him to pursue two matters of interest to T-RUMP  restarting an investigation into a Ukrainian company linked to Biden's son, and looking into whether Ukrainians worked with Democrats to prompt the FBI investigation into Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort.


Earlier Friday, Giuliani had defended going to Ukraine to press for an investigation into Biden’s call to remove a top Ukrainian official in 2016, when Biden was vice president. Biden called for the removal of the top Ukrainian prosecutor, who at one point had been investigating a Ukrainian natural gas company connected to Biden's son, Hunter.

As Democrats criticized the trip as politically motivated, Giuliani insisted to CNN earlier Friday that the trip to Ukraine to seek to influence potential investigations would not have been meddling because the 2020 election is still 18 months away. 


“  I don’t want any favors. I just want this investigated,” Giuliani said. In the sick world of assassination by instigation and accusation thats  all you need, fake accusations count heavy with the diminished braincells of T-RUMPS followers.


(CNN)Weeks before Rudy Giuliani publicly became a figure to avoid in Washington, he managed to get a meeting with the top official in the Justice Department’s criminal division on behalf of a client.

The Justice Department now says that official, Brian Benczkowski, and other fraud prosecutors at Justice headquarters wouldn't have taken that meeting with Giuliani earlier this summer had they known about a Manhattan US attorney probe of two Giuliani associates who were indictedthis month. It is striking that the Justice Department is having to distance itself from the President's own personal attorney.

A Justice spokesman issued an unusual statement seeking to remove the department further from Giuliani, who has drawn scrutiny recently for his business activities in Ukraine and elsewhere seeming to bank on his close ties to President Donald Trump.

"When Mr. Benczkowski and fraud section lawyers met with Mr. Giuliani, they were not aware of any investigation of Mr. Giuliani's associates in the Southern District of New York and would not have met with him had they know," Peter Carr, a department spokesman, told The New York Times on Sunday, which first reported the meeting.

Justice officials have said Attorney General William Barr was briefed on the case in February upon taking office. Information about the case also was shared with the public integrity lawyers working in Benczkowski's division.

A person familiar with the matter said that at the time, Giuliani wasn't a central figure in the case as he is now. That emerged in recent weeks, the person said.   Still, New York federal prosecutors had their eyes set on Giuliani months ago. A New York lawyer told CNN that FBI counterintelligence agents asked him questions in February or March related to Giuliani and his associates.

The Justice statement marks the second time in recent days that the department has publicly distanced itself from the collateral political damage surrounding Giuliani and his activities at the center of the House’s impeachment inquiry into the President.   On Friday, a senior Justice official disavowed comments by acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney linking a quid pro quo on Ukrainian aid to a Justice investigation.


To which many have asked , who the F*ck are you?  He’s very lucky,  he should take some time to dig up dirt on himself and T-RUMP if he is really a “ good guy”,  no one needs fake global three year old dirt, especially in the Ukraine, a fairly corrupt dangerous place always in a state of turmoil with Russia.  

Giuliani had previously told CNN that a “well-regarded investigator” he’s known for years….  STOP:  More Rudi bullshit.... Nothing coming out of his mouth today is recognized as truth, he is a sick and as bad as T-RUMP period.  

He too like T-RUMP suffers from Crainal-Rectal Dyslexia Disorder  ( Sometimes called sh*t for brains) inventing imaginary friends and fiends who said this or that for his behalf.  He is simply “ Full of sh*t”.


(CNN)Joe Biden's presidential campaign recently asked TV networks to stop booking Rudy Giuliani as a guest. Good luck with that, wrote John Phillip

The Rudy Show is a hot ticket. It's a mesmerizing, wild-eyed performance that invites an inevitable question: What happened to Rudy? The truth is, nothing happened. The Rudy we see today, with his showstopping mix of conviction and incoherence, is the same Rudy we've always had. The only thing new is his predicament.

House Democrats have subpoenaed Giuliani, President Trump's personal lawyer, for documents related to Giuliani's interactions with Ukrainian officials. It’s the latest wave in a widening political gyre of the President's own making. 

It began, in part, according to a reconstructed transcript of the call, when Trump urged Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to work with Giuliani, "a highly respected man," on investigating alleged wrongdoing between Joe Biden's son Hunter and a Ukrainian oil company. There is no evidence of wrongdoing by either Joe or Hunter Biden. 

The eventual fallout from all this will be some version of historic. Until then it’s just plain fascinating.  There was Giuliani's pin balling interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo, in which he denied he'd done Trump's bidding before claiming that of course he had. 

There was the spectacle of Trump and Giuliani implicating others in the scheme. Trump suggested that reporters should ask for transcripts of Vice President Mike Pence's call with Ukrainian leaders. Not to be outdone, Giuliani implicated a State Department official, Kurt Volker, by helpfully showing text exchanges between the two men. (Finding himself under a bus, Volker resigned the next day.)   Then Giuliani hit the Sunday shows, in a carousel of contradictions, as he doubled down on his debunked conspiracy theories. 

Giuliani's antics, while striking most decent people as utterly insane, will feel sadly familiar to anybody who's watched his career closely. Giuliani, an opera buff, has made his time on the public stage an endless aria of political pettiness, braying self-aggrandizement and ethical and personal turmoil. Only the settings change.

As Mayor of New York, Giuliani delivered on his campaign promise to crack down hard on squeegee men and the homeless. The economy improved under his watch. Crime dropped, precipitously. Rudy took credit for it all, some of which he even deserved. But when he felt his Police Commissioner Bill Bratton was getting too much credit for the drop in crime, Giuliani unceremoniously accepted his resignation.  Giuliani's moth-like penchant for the limelight had gotten the better of him. 

Sickening police abuse also happened on Mayor Giuliani's watch. Haitian immigrant Abner Louima was sodomized in a Brooklyn station house. Two officers were originally convicted in the assault in 1999, and three were later convicted of covering up the attack. In 2002, three of the convictions in the case were overturned 

There were other troubling incidents. Guinean immigrant Amadou Diallo was shot 41 times and killed by cops who claimed he had a gun. He didn't. The four officers indicted for his killing were acquitted of all charges. An unarmed Patrick Dorismond was shot and killed by an undercover officer during a bungled drug sting. A New York grand jury declined to indict the police officer. In each case, Giuliani defended the NYPD, despite evidence of misconduct. In Dorismond's case, Giuliani assassinated the dead man's character himself, by unsealing Dorismond's (irrelevant) juvenile arrest record.

Offering a full-throated defense of the clearly indefensible? Yep, that's our Rudy.

Even 9/11 didn't "transform" Giuliani, as the mythology suggests. It did help his image, sure. New Yorkers had grown well and truly weary of their mayor. He'd become an object of ridicule, prowling the city, wringing his hands, looking for controversy to devour. His response to the disaster, however, was skillful and reassuring. It went beyond his bang-up job of walking and pointing that multiple news crews captured in the moments after the attack. 

In the following days and weeks Giuliani projected a paternal calm that seemed inversely proportional to the anarchy around him. "We're going to rebuild, and we're going to be stronger than we were before," he said. Even his greatest detractors believed him. Oprah Winfrey bestowed on him a title that stuck:  America’s Mayor.  Many added “ stupidest "  in the middle…

Giuliani seemed like a different guy. He wasn't. We were. He displayed the same proclivities and deficiencies he always had. But in chaos, we interpreted them as assets. His paranoia read as preparedness. His pushiness felt like leadership. His dogmatism became resolve. 

Giuliani's poll numbers spiked. So, ever the opportunist, as his mayoral term came to a close, he founded Giuliani Partners, a security and management consulting firm. He galloped around the globe, selling an ungainly suite of services ("Physical Security", "Criminal Justice Reform", "Investigations") to any leader or nation-state that would have him. 

Panelist: Rudy Giuliani has always been a liability for Trump 02:52

But as his name recognition grew, his stature shrank. His 2008 presidential bid ended in a shocking flame-out. And by 2016 his foreign entanglements had become so complex they prevented him, in part, from becoming Trump's Secretary of State. “Rudy's just got so many complications," a transition aide told Politico at the time. 

Instead he became Secretary of Shadows. Giuliani now runs sensitive diplomatic missions, not for the United States, but for T-RUMP personally, as the President’s lawyer, his Tom Hagen, a consigliere as in the Godfather only Rudi is the God Faker.

Trump and Giuliani share many traits. They're both funhouse-mirror versions of tough guys. They both equate law-and-order with bully-and-berate. They're both philanderers. (As mayor, Giuliani publicly announced he was separating from his wife, without her knowledge, then married the woman he was having an affair with, whom he is now divorcing.) 

But the trait T-RUMP and Giuliani really have in common is consistency. We can count on Trump to tear up precedent, linguistics and all manner of societal, diplomatic and ethical norms. Giuliani can be counted on, too, to hog the spotlight, ignore the evidence and bend the law. "He is the same guy ... who did all that aggressive stuff as mayor," Giuliani's friend and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said last year, when Giuliani signed on as Trump's new fixer. "Now that he is the leader of the Trump legal team, he's all in for the President." 

The context may change, but Giuliani stays the same. He's like the favorite character on a tired sitcom that network execs just can't bring themselves to cancel. How could they, when he's so much fun to watch?


01/22/2019 - TRUMP TOWER MOSCOW PROJECT  - Another day, another explanation, ( since we counted thats 43)  from Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani about the Trump Tower.   Remember history and heritage.  From France we got the magnificent Statue of liberty, and from Russia we got the CORRUPT T-RUMP TOWER.  

On Sunday, Rudi Giuliani said our Liar- in - Chief President Trump’s conversations about a proposed T-RUMP Tower Moscow project went on straight through the 2016 election. This, of course, excuse 43 contradicted the President’s claim during the election that he had no dealings with Russia.  

So, on Monday, after a full-blown firestorm ( we call it a shitstorm) erupted over his comments, Giuliani walked it all back, saying he was only speaking and there was no way of determining exactly when the discussions ended because they had no record of it. 

Spoken like a true frickin idiot.  The project is a key part of the legal saga facing ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen. It’s also come up in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.  

In Rudi’s case, using the term HYPOTHETICALLY is easily confused with the term HYDRO-THERAPY. Rudi needs help, what he calls hypothetic is really lies and the solution would be a few treatments of Hydro-therapy or commonly known as water boarding and sent to a retirement Gulag in Russia with T-Rump.   

Rudi is the he lawyer for T-RUMP who will ruin him with his mouth, his stupid claims and misrepresented lies, the man who took credit for saving NY, and tried to steal the recognition from those who really did do something, the first responders.  

And a new statement 01/16/2019 Rudi made about collusion may hurt Donald Trump who was stupid for keeping Rudi in the same state, country, planet, universe he’s located in.  

When the most mentally dangerous man in the world has a lawyer who is the most mentally dangerous lawyer in the world get together, its time to explore the other means of disposal of this President.  Like a dual hanging…

THE MAFIA MAVEN  -  Rudi made history when he aided in the downfall of the Mafia Commission Trial, which ran from February 25, 1985, through November 19, 1986.  Giuliani indicted 11 organized crime figures, including the heads of New York’s so-called "Five Families" under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) on charges including extortion, labor racketeering, and murder for hire. 

Giuliani’s stated intention: "Our approach is to wipe out the five families." Gambino crime family boss Paul Castellano evaded conviction when he and his underboss, Thomas Bilotti, were murdered on the streets of Midtown Manhattan on December 16, 1985.   

According to an FBI memo revealed in 2007, leaders of the Five Families voted in late 1986 on whether to issue a contract for Giuliani’s death.  Heads of the Lucchese, Bonanno, and Genovese families rejected the idea, at the time, though Colombo and Gambino leaders, Carmine Persico and John Gotti, encouraged assassination.

As late as in 2014, it was revealed by former Sicilian Mafia member and informant, Rosario Naimo, that Salvatore Riina, a notorious Sicilian Mafia leader, had ordered a murder contract on Giuliani during the mid-1980s.  Hopefully it expired, but I have been told no such thing only the contractor can call it of… who knows, does Rudy sleep at night. ...

Riina allegedly was suspicious of Giuliani’s efforts prosecuting the American Mafia and was worried that he might have spoken with Italian anti-mafia prosecutors and politicians, including Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino, who were both murdered in 1992 in separate car bombings.  According to Giuliani, the Sicilian Mafia offered $800,000 for his death during his first year as mayor of New York in 1994.  (Lot of money in 1994, most hits were strictly business and under ten thousand dollars, it theoretically is worth double by now as no official notice of it being withdrawn.)

Surprising as it was known that T-RUMP had contacts within the Mafia and union settlements on his projects in NY.  But thats another story and a lifetime when the Southern District explores Trumps manipulations and crookery, like fake bankruptcies as business tactics.

At that time Jared Kushner’s father was indicted by Chris Cristie another liar on the Trump team who is cautiously staying away from TRUMP at this time.  He has enough of his own bad press. He has a new book out.

Some kind of amazing grace as Rudy is still alive, missing half his marbles and the limelight.  But missed opportunities by the boys, I hope he doesn’t plan any trips to Sicily...  they have long memories, really long memories.


Rudi just can’t resist the lime light.  Even cross-dressing on occasion.  Ru Paul thinks he uses too much rouge… But his attempt at being a Drag Queen did get noticed.  Some thought he should be tied behind a HumVee and dragged across the Nevada Desert over the cactus…


The li
st of these negative based corrupt fabricators is as endless as the dirt  FOX (FAUX) NEWS puts out, but no one compares to Rudi.  Rudy lies for Trump again... and again... and again... on a daily basis.  And in my accountability, his actions are those of a creep.  A perfect match for TRUMP. 


Rudy Giuliani, has said that dealing with Mob bosses was "very, very exciting." And, by the way, he has been on not one, but two Mafia hit lists, he says.  "You know, they threatened to kill me twice," Giuliani said. “ Then I was first starting they put out an $800,000 contract to kill me, the Sicilian mafia did.

"And then I was US Attorney for five and a half years. I was at the very end, just about to leave, and Carmine Persico (de-facto boss of the Colombo crime family, currently serving life imprisonment) put out a contract for only $400,000 to kill me.  Persico was also known as  ‘The Snake”  and killed many of his co-workers to achieve his rank of Boss.

"Come on, five and a half years of work and my value gets cut in half?" Giuliani quips at the falling price of the bounty on his head.

We well know it is not fact that the mob does not kill law enforcement officials.  Recent history is littered with examples. Joel “  Joe Waverly” Cacace was acting head of the Colombo crime family. He won't see daylight again, convicted of numerous crimes, including murders.

On Dec. 18, 2008, Cacace was charged with ordering the 1997 murder of NYPD officer Ralph Dols on Aug. 25, 1997, because the Latino cop had had the temerity to marry Joe Waverly's ex-wife.  And lending at least some credence to Giuliani's story, in early 1987, imprisoned Colombo boss Persico ordered Cacace to kill William Aronwald, a federal prosecutor. Persico believed that Aronwald, who had helped prosecute Persico, had been disrespectful to him.

On March 20, 1987, hit men sent by Cacace for Persico shot and killed Aronwald, only the wrong one: They killed William's father, a lawyer in his own right, in a case of mistaken identity.

Ironically the issue of whether law enforcement could be punished in any way was an early problem the newly formed American Mafia had to deal with. Thomas Edmund Dewey (March 24, 1902 – March 16, 1971), the 47th Governor of New York (1943–1954) and one of the early "mob busters," had set his sights on gangster Dutch Schultz, whom he had battled as both a federal and state prosecutor.

Schultz proposed murdering Dewey to take the pressure off. However, New York crime boss Lucky Luciano and the Mafia Commission decided that Dewey's murder would provoke an all-out crackdown. Instead, they had Schultz killed. (Luciano may have come to regret that decision, however, after Dewey framed him -- it is widely believed today -- and sent him to Dannemora, which seems to have been renamed Clinton Correctional Facility today.)

Now, it would seem quite possible that the Mafia may have gone after Giuliani when he was a nobody, but when he became the famous mob buster in the Dewey tradition, there was a lot of light on him. Still, Junior may have been crazy enough to propose taking Rudy out. He tried to take out another prosecutor -- why not Giuliani? What did Junior really have to lose, serving a life sentence, anyway?

Giuliani is certainly a prosecutor that many a mob boss no doubt would have liked to have taken out. In the Mafia Commission Trial (Feb. 25, 1985–Nov. 19, 1986), Giuliani indicted 11 organized crime figures, including the heads of New York's Five Families, under the RICO act. Time magazine called this "Case of Cases" possibly "the most significant assault on the infrastructure of organized crime since the high command of the Chicago Mafia was swept away in 1943," and quoted Giuliani's stated intention: "Our approach is to wipe out the five families."

Eight defendants were found guilty on all counts and subsequently sentenced on Jan. 13, 1987, to hundreds of years of prison time.  Such infamous mob figures as Tony Ducks, Fat Tony and, of course, Persico felt the brunt of the prison time, though the first two died relatively soon and Persico died in his cell at 85.

Gambino boss Paul Castellano would’ve joined them had not an ambitious capo named John Gotti staged a power coup, resulting in Paul’s death on a midtown Manhattan sidewalk. Maybe Gotti did him a favor.

Former mob associate Sonny Girard is not totally buying Giuliani’s story -- and he has a more creditable opinion than me or any pundit for that matter.  "I don't believe for a second that Junior had a 'serious' hit on him; maybe a little mouthing off and blowing off some steam, but that's it," says Girard, who operates the website Sonny's Mob Social Club, which is worth a visit. He is also a published author and he sells his novels from the site.

He adds, "The Italian immigrants are another story. They have a tradition of murdering those law enforcement people who give them a hard time. Prime examples are the assassinations of Sicilian prosecutors Paolo Borsellino and Giovanni Falcone.

ERRATA  - Hows this for a segway?  Its what you don’t know... Did you know that some of the Goodfellows of the Mediterranean are involved in Olive oil.  A large portion of the clan has gone legitimate and doing quite well. They are literally just killing the competition.  

Simple gross sales per year of the precious olive oil are a sixteen (16) Billion dollar a year Business.  

The movie, “ The Godfather” emphasized the relationship as Vito Corleone the Godfather in the movie trilogy of the same name, started in the beginning with an Olive Oil business.
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