New York Going MAGA With Giuliani


America's Mayor's son, Andrew Giuliani is going to easily win the Republican primary and if you ask me, absent another brazen vote steal, he's going all the way. We know Trump won New York in 2020, but the dimm-dumm cheat machine puts a heavy burden on the people of that corrupt state. Of course, the global-to-local crime syndicate was caught dead-to-rights, red-handed, #WeHaveItAll, #WatchingaMovie, and will be prosecuted, even if it's the military that has to do it. We don't know if that's going to happen before the gubernatorial election. Stay tuned!

Andrew was on the Trump team from the start, serving as a special assistant to the President, and associate director of the Office of Public Liaison during his administration. (Hey Andrew, I think he may be the 19th President!)

General Flynn comes on War Room to endorse Andrew Giuliani - this is not politics as usual

RubyRayMedia on Rumble
Published June 17 2022
Length 6:55

'Unjust America': Giuliani Calls Out NY Establishment Republicans And Responds To Jan. 6 Committee

Bannon's War Room on Rumble
Published June 15 2022
Length 10:48

Andrew Giuliani's Political Career

from Wikipedia

In 2017, Giuliani was hired to work in the Trump Administration, in the Office of Public Liaison, as an Associate Director.[28] In 2019, he was promoted to Special Assistant to the President.[29][2] In his position, he helped arrange sports teams' visits to the White House, and interfaced between the White House and business, nonprofit, and other groups, meeting with President Donald Trump up to four times a week.[6][30][3][31] He also represented his office in White House meetings on the opioid crisis.[30] 

Giuliani has played golf with Trump since Giuliani was a teenager.[29] Since starting work at the White House, he was a regular golf partner of Trump, and traveled with him for the sole purpose of playing a round or two of golf.[35][30] In January 2020, the Irish Times called him "Trump's most regular playing partner".[19]

In September 2020, The New York Post reported that Giuliani was considering running for mayor of New York City in 2021.[6] Giuliani was critical of current mayor Bill de Blasio's policies, and especially of his budget cuts and disbanding of the New York Police Department's undercover anti-crime unit.[6]

On May 18, 2021, Giuliani formally announced his candidacy for governor of New York in the 2022 gubernatorial election.[36]

From March to May 2021, Giuliani was a contributor to Newsmax TV, hired to comment on news and politics.[37] He left that position to run for governor.[38]

Giuliani serves on the board of trustees of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.[39]

Early life and education

Giuliani was born to Rudy Giuliani and Donna Hanover in 1986. He has one sister, Caroline.

His father was elected mayor of New York City in 1993. When his father took the oath of office, Andrew repeated parts of the oath along with his father.[3][4] Andrew was exuberant on the podium beside his father, as he blew kisses to the cameras, mimicked every hand gesture of his father, and shouted out: "It should be so and it will be so!"[5] The moment was lampooned by comedian Chris Farley on Saturday Night Live.[3][6][7]

In October 2000, his father filed for divorce which was finalized in July 2002. His mother was awarded custody.[8][9]

Giuliani attended Saint Joseph Regional High School in Montvale, New Jersey, graduating in 2005.[10] Giuliani studied marketing, management, and sociology at Duke University graduating in May 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.[11][12] After college, Giuliani worked as a sales intern at CapRok Capital in Rye, New York.[11]


Giuliani played golf in high school, and lettered all four years. In June 2001, at 15 years of age, he played in the pro-am at the Buick Classic at the Westchester Country Club, partnered with world #1 Tiger Woods.[13] His father, Rudy Giuliani, was originally scheduled to play with Woods, but could not because of a sore left foot. Despite his inability to play, Rudy Giuliani ensured that he was present for the entire round, by either walking together with his son and Woods, or riding in a golf cart a few meters away from them to protect his left foot.[14]

Giuliani was recruited to Duke by former golf coach Rod Myers, although Myers died shortly after and a new coach was appointed.[15] In February 2008, while Giuliani was a junior, he was cut from the team for breaches of discipline, which he said were minor or fabricated infractions: gunning the engine of his car as he left a parking lot, breaking a club, and throwing an apple at a teammate.[16][17][15][18][19]

In July 2008, Giuliani sued the university, alleging that his golf coach "manufactured accusations against him to justify kicking him off the team to whittle the squad." He further claimed that the university, by way of the late Rod Myers, had verbally promised him a spot on the Blue Devils and "life-time access" to Duke golf facilities.[20][21] The lawsuit was dismissed in 2010.[3][22]

Giuliani turned pro at the beginning of 2009.[23] In August of that year he won the Metropolitan Open, earning $27,500, his first and only victory as a professional golfer.[24][25] Between 2009 and 2016, he pursued a golf career by playing on minor league tours and participating in a Golf Channel reality show.[5] In 2016, he started the process to regain his amateur status.[26][27]


Musk for Mayra

Elon Musk votes Republican for the first time and it's for Trump-endorsed Mayra Flores - in a Texas border district that was Democrat for 150 years. (Hmmm, so similar to mom's name, isn't it? Maye Musk. God nod?)


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