One of Donald Trump‘s closest bootlickers is a racist piece of s#!t? Noooo!
Rudy Giuliani is racist as hell and not only does he not care, he thinks is hilarious.
The folks over at The Daily Beast picked up on a viral video of the former NYC mayor mocking the accent and bowing of an Asian person. We cannot make this up. Peep the clip below.
Precisely zero people should be surprised that a man like Rudy would engage in such behavior but that doesn’t make it any less cringeworthy. Based on the reporting, the clip was shot this past Tuesday after racist Rudy interviewed ex-White House Lie Secretary Sean Spicer for his podcast, Common Sense. After the recording, the cameras continued to roll and we see an unfettered Giuliani going fully-realized bigot as he begins imitating an Asian accent and bowing. Giuliani tells his assistant Jayne Zirkle that she’s “going to be the most famous model in China.” His team claims that the clip was accidentally uploaded to his Youtube channel.
The mocking tickled Rudy so much that he kept up the pantomiming and linguistics for several seconds.
This is all par for the course for Rudy who has a long history of butt-dials, unwitting voicemails. Last year the former mayor got himself into trouble after accidentally calling NBC News reporter Rich Shapiro, who in October of 2019 overheard a conversation about his money problems.
Things aren’t looking too good for ole Rudy right now, even his own daughter agrees. Caroline Rose Giuliani wrote a whole think piece as to why folks SHOULD NOT vote for Trump in this upcoming election and she says she disagrees with her father’s Republican views and Trumps trifling a$$ ways. In her essay for Vanity Fair that released Friday, the film producer penned:
“Around the age of 12, I would occasionally get into debates with my father, probably before I was emotionally equipped to handle such carnage. It was disheartening to feel how little power I had to change his mind, no matter how logical and above-my-pay-grade my arguments were. He always found a way to justify his party line, whatever it was at the time. Even though he was considered socially moderate for a Republican back in the day, we still often butted heads. When I tried to explain my belief that you don’t get to be considered benevolent on LGBTQ+ rights just because you have gay friends but don’t support gay marriage, I distinctly remember him firing back with an intensity fit for an opposing politician rather than one’s child.”
Sounds about WHITE!