Rudy Giuliani Forced To Testify In Georgia

(NewsGlobal.com)- Rudy Giuliani, a former Trump lawyer, has been ordered by a New York court to go before a grand jury in Fulton County, Georgia, next month as part of an investigation into the former president’s activities during the 2020 presidential campaign.
Reports show Giuliani was subpoenaed earlier this month but did not appear for a New York court to oppose the Georgia subpoena.

Giuliani was involved in the investigation into potential vote fraud following the elections.
The former Republican mayor of New York City must appear before the Special Purpose Grand Jury on August 9, according to the order issued on Wednesday that local media was able to obtain.
According to a court document filed by the Fulton County district attorney, Eleven of former President Trump’s alternative electors are being investigated.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis issued a subpoena to Georgia Representative Jody Hice, asking him to testify over Trump’s alleged involvement in efforts to rig the 2020 election.
Rep. Jody Hice, a supporter of Trump, has filed a motion to take the case out of state court and into federal court.
Lindsey Graham, a Republican senator from South Carolina, John Eastman, Jenna Ellis, Cleta Mitchell, and Kenneth Chesebro have all reportedly received subpoenas.
Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in Georgia in the 2020 presidential election by a margin of 0.2 percent. On election night, Trump looked to be ahead, but as voting proceeded throughout the week, Biden progressively passed Trump.
The Trump team criticized the drawn-out ballot counting procedure and reported anomalies brought on by the COVID-19 virus, alleging that fraud impacted the final statewide outcome. Republicans Brad Raffensperger, the secretary of state, and governor Brian Kemp have come under fire from Trump For allegedly mishandling the election in Georgia.
According to several reports, Rudy Giuliani appeared before the House committee looking into the Capitol incident on January 6 for roughly nine hours in May.
After the committee denied Giuliani’s request to have the interview taped, the initial deposition was delayed, according to Robert Costello, his attorney