Rudy Giuliani Claims He Voted To Confirm Justices Sotomayor And Kagan

Rudy Giuliani Claims He Voted To Confirm Justices Sotomayor And Kagan

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Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, who now works as an attorney and propagandist for President Donald Trump, has never held federal elected office, but you’d never know that from the tweet he sent out Thursday evening after the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh:

Who in the world are Justices “Sotormayor and Kagen”? Is he trying to say Justices Sotomayor and Kagan? If so, a quick Google search would have given him the correct spelling of their names. Notice he also spelled Lindsey Graham’s first name wrong.

But the much larger issue here is that Giuliani is convinced he voted for the two justices, even though he’s never been a U.S. Senator, and they’re the only elected officials who get a vote for confirmation.

While it has long been evident that Giuliani is not exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer, his deranged tweet led to others on social media wondering if he’d lost it completely:

 

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