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Miloch
2021-02-09 01:00:47 UTC
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...ex-Overstock CEO claims as he unloads on Donald Trump's 's***-faced' lawyer

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9238093/Rudy-Giuliani-three-triple-Scotches-infamous-press-conference-ex-CEO-reveals.html

*Former Overstock CEO was at the White House amid Trump's election overturn
effort in his final days in office

*He says he provided writings about fraud claims for the effort

*Claims Giuliani had three cocktails in 90 minute period before election 'fraud'
press conference

*Also claims former NY mayor was drunk on many afternoons

Former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne, who unexpectedly ended up playing a part in
the election overturn effort in the last days of Donald Trump's presidency,
claims in a lengthy blog entry that Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani was regularly
's***-faced' while coordinating the legal effort.

Byrne, who was spotted at the White House and featured in angry White House
clashes over strategy, says Giuliani had imbibed heavily hours before his
infamous Republican National Committee press conference where what appeared to
by hair dye was pouring down the side of his face.

'Almost every evening, and many early afternoons, Rudy was s***-faced,' Byrne
wrote on his 'deep capture' blog, although he attributed the alleged information
to others.

He described getting a call from Giuliani to share his own writings on alleged
voter fraud hours before the infamous press conference where Giuliani and lawyer
Sidney Powell described an elaborate scheme of vote fraud.

He says he waited 45 minutes at a Georgetown restaurant, and delivered the paper
but didn't see Giuliani.

'Later, people in that room told me what happened when my paper arrived. First,
in the 90 minutes between 11:30 PM and 1 AM, Mayor Giuliani imbibed three triple
Scotches on ice. Those relating this story could not vouch for what he had drunk
before 11:30,' he said.

In Byrne's telling, he himself had produced a pure 'distillate' of various voter
fraud information and claims that he wanted to get before Giuliani and other
lawyers heading Trump's election overturn effort.

He reportedly clashed with Giuliani and White House lawyers when he showed up at
the White House before the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

He took part in one meeting Axios dubbed the 'craziest' of the entire Trump
presidency. He told Trump White House lawyers who had advised he had run out of
options were selling him short. 'They've already abandoned you,' he said.

The article has one source describing Giuliani as the 'voice of reason' inside
the meeting as Powell, former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn, and others
spun conspiracy theories about the election.

On his blog, Byrne made other assertions about Giuliani's alleged drinking,
attributing information to 'colleagues.'

'Over the next month and a half, a number of my colleagues interacted with Rudy
from time to time, afternoons and evenings, and weekends.

'Nearly all mentioned two things: the inordinate amount of attention he was
paying to his daily podcast, and his drinking. His own staffers were bringing it
up to us. Something was clear to all who were around him: almost every evening,
and many early afternoons, Rudy was s***-faced. That, and his podcasts, were the
only guarantees in Rudy’s life.'

DailyMail.com reached out to a Giuliani spokeswoman for comment.

Many of those who helped steer Trump's effort in the final weeks are running
into personal difficulties, with several recounted by the DailyBeast.

Powell and Giuliani named in a massive $2.7 billion lawsuit by the Smartmatic
vote services company that also names Fox News.

MyPillow exec Mike Lindell, who also showed up at the White House, holding a
document that mentioned martial law, could be the next figure to get slapped
with a suit. Like Trump, he has been kicked off Twitter.

Trump loyalist Lin Wood, who earned retweets from the president while forwarding
baseless claims of a stolen election, is reportedly under investigation for
voting in Georgia – the site of Trump's furious fraud claim – while writing in
an email that he lived in South Carolina.

The state bar in Georgia is evaluating his law license and wants to conduct a
mental evaluation.

Byrne also blasted the effort Giuliani was overseeing as Trump's lawyer. Trump
and his allies ultimately would lose dozens of suits before the Capitol riot
during the Jan. 6 electoral count.



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super70s
2021-02-09 21:04:26 UTC
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Post by Miloch
...ex-Overstock CEO claims as he unloads on Donald Trump's 's***-faced' lawyer
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9238093/Rudy-Giuliani-three-triple-
Scotches-infamous-press-conference-ex-CEO-reveals.html
*Former Overstock CEO was at the White House amid Trump's election overturn
effort in his final days in office
*He says he provided writings about fraud claims for the effort
*Claims Giuliani had three cocktails in 90 minute period before election
'fraud' press conference
*Also claims former NY mayor was drunk on many afternoons
Former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne, who unexpectedly ended up playing a part
in the election overturn effort in the last days of Donald Trump's presidency,
claims in a lengthy blog entry that Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani was regularly
's***-faced' while coordinating the legal effort.
Byrne, who was spotted at the White House and featured in angry White House
clashes over strategy, says Giuliani had imbibed heavily hours before his
infamous Republican National Committee press conference where what appeared
to by hair dye was pouring down the side of his face.
'Almost every evening, and many early afternoons, Rudy was s***-faced,' Byrne
wrote on his 'deep capture' blog, although he attributed the alleged
information to others.
He described getting a call from Giuliani to share his own writings on
alleged voter fraud hours before the infamous press conference where Giuliani
and lawyer Sidney Powell described an elaborate scheme of vote fraud.
He says he waited 45 minutes at a Georgetown restaurant, and delivered the
paper but didn't see Giuliani.
'Later, people in that room told me what happened when my paper arrived.
First, in the 90 minutes between 11:30 PM and 1 AM, Mayor Giuliani imbibed
three triple Scotches on ice. Those relating this story could not vouch for what
he had drunk before 11:30,' he said.
In Byrne's telling, he himself had produced a pure 'distillate' of various
voter fraud information and claims that he wanted to get before Giuliani and
other lawyers heading Trump's election overturn effort.
He reportedly clashed with Giuliani and White House lawyers when he showed up
at the White House before the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
He took part in one meeting Axios dubbed the 'craziest' of the entire Trump
presidency. He told Trump White House lawyers who had advised he had run
out of options were selling him short. 'They've already abandoned you,' he said.
The article has one source describing Giuliani as the 'voice of reason'
inside the meeting as Powell, former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn, and
others spun conspiracy theories about the election.
On his blog, Byrne made other assertions about Giuliani's alleged drinking,
attributing information to 'colleagues.'
'Over the next month and a half, a number of my colleagues interacted with
Rudy from time to time, afternoons and evenings, and weekends.
'Nearly all mentioned two things: the inordinate amount of attention he was
paying to his daily podcast, and his drinking. His own staffers were bringing
it up to us. Something was clear to all who were around him: almost every
evening, and many early afternoons, Rudy was s***-faced. That, and his
podcasts, were the only guarantees in Rudy's life.'
DailyMail.com reached out to a Giuliani spokeswoman for comment.
Many of those who helped steer Trump's effort in the final weeks are running
into personal difficulties, with several recounted by the DailyBeast.
Powell and Giuliani named in a massive $2.7 billion lawsuit by the Smartmatic
vote services company that also names Fox News.
He may need three triple Scotches in 10 minutes after he finds out what
that judgement against him is, lol.

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