Giuliani Slams ‘Fani the Ho’ (Video)

( – Following her unrelenting targeting of Republicans, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) slammed Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and called her a “ho.”

Watch the video further down this post.

Fanis initiated the Georgia election case against Giuliani and former President Donald Trump.

Mother Jones staff writer Stephanie Mencimer posted a video on X showing Giuliani making the insult at a ReAwaken America tour event in a church in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

Giuliani referred to Willis as “Fani the ho,” prompting laughter and cheers from the audience. “I could drop the ho part if she’d just quit and go away,” he added.

Giuliani faces 13 charges, including a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act charge, in Willis’s indictment against Trump and 18 lawyers, aides, and supporters for challenging the 2020 election results in Georgia.

“The people who brought the case yesterday unfortunately are the criminals,” Giuliani said on 77 WABC after being charged in August 2023.

“The people charged are the people that are fighting for American freedom, for an America like we used to have. An America where we had fair elections,” he added.

The former mayor emphasized that he never thought he would ever get indicted for being a lawyer. He said he thought when he was doing that, he was protected by the fact he was defending him.

Recently, Willis’s case has encountered major obstacles. She now faces a conflict-of-interest hearing before a Georgia appeals court scheduled for October 4, 2024, just a month before the election.

In early May, the Georgia appeals court announced it would review a conflict of interest regarding Willis’s involvement in the case.

In addition, Trump and several co-defendants have tried to remove Willis from the case due to her past romantic relationship with Nathan Wade, another prosecutor who had been working on the case.

A source reported in May that the losing side of this appeal could ultimately “ask the Georgia Supreme Court to consider an appeal.”

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