Out of the spotlight for a couple years, Giuliani decides memories of toxicity had maybe faded too much. So he's back on the case.
Rudy Giuliani said on Fox News tonight that he would prosecute some of the Ferguson grand jury witnesses for lying in their testimony against Officer Darren Wilson.
Tuesday afternoon on CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” Tapper asked former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani whether he had ever prosecuted a case like the one in Ferguson during his time as a federal prosecutor. “It’s unusual, theShow More Summary
On Sunday, during a Meet the Press panel on the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, Rudy Giuliani reminded the world that he is an unserious person. Responding to a question from host Chuck Todd on diversity and policing (“How do you makeShow More Summary
Black New Yorkers owe a debt of gratitude to former mayor Rudy Giuliani for saving their lives, says former mayor Giuliani. The Enlightened Emperor of 9/11 Town issued his pronouncements to justify comments made on Meet the Press, in...Show More Summary
Former Gotham Mayor Rudy Giuliani thinks he got a bum rap when his comments last Sunday on Meet the Press, in which he said that white officers shooting black people was at least partially caused by the heavy police presence in minority community, blew up into accusations of racism, especially as President Barack Obama iterated the same point in his speech last night.
“Ninety-three percent of blacks in America are killed by other blacks. We’re talking about the exception here.” — Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Nov. 23, 2014 Giuliani faced major backlash by critics for his comments during a “Meet the Press” segment on the anticipated grand jury decision on whether […]
Rudy Giuliani bristled Monday at accusations he thinks like a white supremacist, saying he’s saved more black lives than his critic.
Fox's The Five defended Rudy Giuliani in his spat with Michael Eric Dyson over race, with Eric Bolling calling Dyson "asinine" and saying "black people in New York should be thrilled' with what Giuliani did.
"America's mayor" implies police swarm black communities in order to save lives. Here's the problem
Nothing to see here. Former Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani went on Meet the Press yesterday to explain that a black teen being gunned down in the middle of a Ferguson street by a white police officer in an area of America...Show More Summary
Rudy Giuliani is on the receiving end of a social media backlash for suggesting that a majority of black people are killed by other black people, not white police officers, for which Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson called the former mayor a "white supremacist."
Why is no one talking about American-on-American crime?
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Monday appeared on Fox News to defend his argument that civil rights activists were wasting their time fighting police abuses of power because he said that “black on black” violence was the real problem. During a Sunday discussion about a...
This isn't going over well.
Giuliani says Black on Black crime is a bigger problem in America… Rudy Giuliani Says Black People Kill Each Other And Not White Cops Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani faced immediate Web backlash Sunday morning after he aske...
From the November 24 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: Related: Giuliani Explodes Over Black Crime: Wouldn't Need White Cops 'If You Weren't Killing Each Other' Previously: Fox's Bolling: Obama Synchronized Immigration Action With Ferguson Grand Jury Decision To Distract Public Limbaugh: Civil Rights Leaders Like Rep. Show More Summary
Appearing on "Meet the Press" on Sunday, Rudy Giuliani asked why protesters upset about a white police officer's fatal shooting of a young black man in Ferguson, Mo. this summer don't pay more attention to violence blacks perpetrate against other blacks. "White police officers wouldn't be there if you weren't killing each other," he said. As mayor of New […]
Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski defended former Gotham Mayor Rudy Giuliani for his comments about black-on-black crime and chided fellow MSNBC-er Michael Eric Dyson for alleging that Giuliani's comments were indicative of the "defensive mechanism of white supremacy in your mind."