Rudy Giuliani’s insane new gig

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Rudy Giuliani, long ago praised as “America’s Mayor” for his leadership in New York City during the September 11 attacks, has seen himself fall from grace after latching himself on to Donald Trump. Now disbarred and facing a morass of legal and financial liability, Giuliani is back trying to help solve problems — though this time it’s a bit different.

Giuliani is helping MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who shares Giuliani’s tight embrace of Trump’s conspiracy theories, solve a problem. With Steve Bannon now in prison, Giuliani is helping Lindell by accepting a job offer as a replacement host on his FrankSpeech platform. In case you’re not familiar, this is a place that claims that “Americans are craving news and information that is not filtered through the radical worldview of today’s liberal media intelligentsia, or deep state actors.”

Lindell announced Giuliani’s new role with his typical bluster, proudly exclaiming “We hired him… He’s on my network now.” The role offers Giuliani an income along with a desperate belief that he can stay relevant and wanted on the airwaves despite what has been happening to him, even as he continues circling the drain.

Lindell explained to Newsweek that he hired Giuliani after he was “cancelled” in May by WABC Radio for lying about the 2020 presidential election while hosting a daily show. Lindell also revealed that Giuliani will now be hosting a daily show throughout this week on FrankSpeech.
Giuliani’s latest chapter is more of the same—yet another stark reminder of how pathetically far he has fallen. As he embarks on this new venture, Giuliani succeeds only in positioning himself even further away from his once-respectable reputation.

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