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‘The Mafia Couldn’t Kill Me’: Rudy Giuliani Is The Loose End To End All Loose Ends

A Christmas Carol.

Like Ebenezer Scrooge, Donald Trump was visited by some spirits last week, starting with the ghost of national security advisors' past, John Bolton. Bolton (and his mustache) resurfaced on Friday, amid rampant speculation around possible testimony in the impeachment inquiry. Multiple witnesses have recounted Bolton's misgivings about Rudy Giuliani, who, according to Fiona Hill, Bolton once branded "a hand grenade who’s going to blow everybody up". Speaking out publicly from his verified Twitter account, Bolton unleashed a barrage of comically cryptic tweets. "Glad to be back on Twitter after more than two months. For the backstory, stay tuned........", he began, before inexplicably retweeting himself. John then celebrated the "liberation" of his social media access, which he said was "previously suppressed unfairly in the aftermath of my resignation as National Security Advisor". That alone should be enough to make Trump (and the country) nervous. After all, whenever John talks about "liberating" something, the plan usually involves deposing a dictator by force, followed by years of bloody anarchy. He went on to claim that it was only thanks to Jack Dorsey that his Twitter
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3 comments on “‘The Mafia Couldn’t Kill Me’: Rudy Giuliani Is The Loose End To End All Loose Ends

  1. Stephen in Canada says:

    Deeply ironic that having claimed pretty much all the credit for bringing down the New York mafia, Giuliani has become the lawyer and fixer (sic) for the latest “Mafia family” – the Trumps – primarily the Mafia Don himself. Mafia Dons of old and Trump have (at least) one very notable thing in common (and for thew same reason) – that of never allowing themselves to be personally connected to actually giving their orders and therefore effectively claiming immunity for the implementation of those orders. It’s why the RICO laws were developed. “What? are we trying to say “Make them an Offer They Can’t Refuse” is other than a “Perfect” call?

    Rudy may have avoided retaiation by the old mafia, but he would be well advised not to think that means that his current Mafia Don won’t do the job, if , as and when it’s time to protect himself. It is , afterall, Michael Cohen, Rudy’s predecessor who is ijail, not Don Trump… so far, anyway….

  2. George says:

    Well written weekend reading H…… Kind of a surrealistic take on objective criteria… Kind of tough to comment on all this but what does come to mind is anything objective in this political environment is….. when projected back in the rear view mirror far enough winds up being interlaced with a totally subjective basis…. Guess we have to dwell in the world of fiction for a while to come!!!

  3. Bas says:

    Lol nicely done H, nicely done.

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