Rudy Giuliani rushed to Manhattan on Sunday in a heated conversation with Hockler, throwing insults at the man and calling him “brainwashed.”
The 77-year-old Giuliani was walking in a pro-Israel parade around the city, following behind Mayor Eric Adams.
Waving an Israeli flag, Giuliani can be seen in a video shot by Jacob Kornbluch, a senior political reporter for The Forward, stopping when someone in the crowd yells at him.
– I reduced crime, fool! Giuliani yells at this man, referring to the time when he was mayor, from 1994 to 2001.
Rudy Giuliani exchanges words with hackler on pro-Israel parade route on Sunday
Giuliani walked away, but then turned to face the hackler again
Giuliani on Sunday at a pro-Israel parade in Manhattan, accompanied by his son Andrew, who is running for Republican as governor of New York, in November will face incumbent President Katie Hochul.
Giuliani poses with her son and a supporter along the route of the Israeli parade
Giuliani was walking just behind New York City Mayor Eric Adams
Giuliani waves to fans at a happier moment along the route
When Giuliani walks away, one of the hackers keeps screaming, forcing Giuliani to turn around and come back.
“You’re brainwashed,” says Giuliani.
“You’re probably as crazy as Biden.”
The specificity of Heckler’s icons was unclear.
Giuliani once enjoyed great popularity in the city for his leadership as mayor – especially after 9/11. But his work as a lawyer for President Donald Trump, a man hated in a city with a strong democratic leanings, has tarnished his reputation for many New Yorkers.
Former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani (right) met with a House of Representatives commission on Friday. He is pictured at the “Stop Theft” action on January 6, 2021
Giuliani appeared at a notorious press conference at the Republican National Committee with Kraken lawyer Sidney Powell a few days after the November election
Last week, Giuliani spent nine hours talking to the committee on Jan. 6 as the group continued to investigate Trump’s attempts to cancel the election, addressing Republican lawmakers and other figures.
The board has long wanted to involve Giuliani, who on January 6 spoke at a rally “Stop theft” and called for the election to be resolved “by trial and error.”
He then said he would put his reputation to the point of detecting “crime” in the election.
Giuliani and his team had previously insisted that they be allowed to record his interview with the committee, with the result that the previously scheduled interview was canceled.
Unlike some other high-ranking officials from Trump’s entourage, including former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, who are fighting a subpoena, Giuliani has decided to address the board.
The committee’s statement, accompanied by Giuliani’s January summons, said he and others “put forward unconfirmed theories about election fraud, insisted on attempts to overturn the election results or were in direct contact with the former president to try to stop the vote count.”
The panel called people from Trump’s inner circle along with family members, but not the former president
Giuliani saw his girlfriend Maria Ryan last week when they were carrying some luggage and got in the car before leaving New York
Giuliani maintains close ties with Trump and his entourage – despite the president’s constant efforts to try to regain Joe Biden’s election victory.
During the height of Trump’s post-election maneuver, Giuliani appeared at a notorious press conference at the Republican National Committee with Kraken attorney Sidney Powell.
During the height of Trump’s post-election maneuvers, Giuliani also appeared at a press conference at the National Committee of the Republican Party together with the disgraced lawyer “Kraken” Sidney Powell.
At the event, Giuliani sweated so much that hair dye ran down his face, causing a storm of online bullying that overshadowed false allegations of election fraud.