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Rudy Giuliani, accused of felonies for election fraud, nabbed at 80th birthday party as he hid from and mocked authorities

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA - Sneaking around for weeks trying to evade justice, and mocking attempts to find him, Rudy Giuliani was finally nabbed last night at his 80th birthday party, to face felony charges of of fraud, forgery and conspiracy for his pitiful attempts to overturn the righteous Joe Biden victory over the loser, Donald Trump.

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – Sneaking around for weeks trying to evade justice, and mocking attempts to find him, Rudy Giuliani was finally nabbed last night at his 80th birthday party, to face felony charges of of fraud, forgery and conspiracy for his pitiful attempts to overturn the righteous Joe Biden victory over the loser, Donald Trump.

Rudy Giuliani and a swath of other Trump cronies were indicted for election fraud in Arizona in April, and all the other defendants had been found and served a summons – except Giuliani. The former Mayor of New York, who has since taken to a life of worship and dogged service to Donald Trump, has hit the skids. He’s been sued (lost in Georgia) and indicted now a number of times, the latest in Arizona, this time charged with felonies for trying to overturn the 2020 election results, which his Master, Donald Trump, lost badly to Joe Biden. Giuliani has been hiding out, trying to avoid the court summons, according to reports, and has been mocking their attempts to locate him. All was going well until his birthday party in Florida Friday night.

Rudy Giuliani may have lost his way since he was Mayor of New York City.

Giuliani had taken to social media at his party, smiling and laughing with “friends.” He declared, “If Arizona authorities can’t find me by tomorrow morning: 1. They must dismiss the indictment; 2. They must concede they can’t count votes.”

Minutes later, Giuliani was found and served a court summons on felony charges of fraud, forgery and conspiracy for his alleged crimes involving his attempts to overturn the 2020 election in Arizona.

Arizona’s Attorney General, Kris Mayes announced via social media, “The final defendant was served moments ago. Rudy Giuliani, nobody is above the law.”

Giuliani then deleted his taunting social media post.  He and his 17 co-defendants will now face trials in Arizona.

(TOP PHOTO via Giuliani’s social media, taunting authorities, just before he was nabbed like a common crook.)

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