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May 29, 2024

Rudolph Giuliani files Motion to Dismiss the Dominion Voting Systems Inc. Lawsuit

By Kirk Allen & John Kraft

On April 14, 2021

U.S.  (ECWd) –

Rudolph Giuliani filed his motion to dismiss the defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems.  We encourage everyone to read the actual filing so that you can see what was actually said in the motion rather than what some media will claim is in the motion.


A copy of the motion can be downloaded at this link or viewed below.

We will continue to follow this case and update as future filings are uploaded into the court system.



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  • Dave
    Posted at 12:30h, 14 April Reply

    You mean the colluding leftwing media lies to us?? You mean they are supervising formation of public opinion with lies, propaganda, and blocking the truth

    • Robert Murphy
      Posted at 23:39h, 14 April Reply

      Please, say it ain’t so… omg I am crushed. All this time I figured if it was in the newspaper… if it was on the intranet… it must be true.

      So where can I go for news. I heard there was a network by the name of Newsmax that is telling the truth. I’ll have to try them out.

  • Ang
    Posted at 11:29h, 19 April Reply

    The media are all guilty of ommision when reporting on major issues.

    For example, we hear all the time about the need for universal healthcare, but when was the last time CNN or MSNBC reported on the scandal of price gouging by private, for profit ambulance companies? Especially now during the pandemic when many are getting sick and need medical transports.

    The self described largest independent private ambulance service operating in Illinois allegedly could not carry someone on a stretcher, a very basic task-

    And they allegedly can barely even drive, a basic essential job function for an ambulance service provider-

    And they have gotten into hot water with the National Labor Relations Board (heaven forbid their EMTs collective bargain for better working conditions, such as perhaps colleagues who can actually drive the ambulance without injuring motorists)-

    The Elmhurst based Superior subsidiary, Metro Paramedics (the subject of a recent town debate over advanced life support capabilities) has had trouble keeping medics (no doubt they want to be paid more for working at a company that keeps getting sued for crashing into motorists and causing injuries)-

    A perusal of Glassdoor under Interviews reviews indicates that applicants to the billing department in Elmhurst headquarters note a “red flag” of high turnover and that they were ridiculed over their school (I assume medical billing and coding educational institutions) when they wanted higher pay to accept the job. Who openly ridicules what one’s school advised them about their pay worth in the job market IN an interview or negotiation? What idiot does this?

    And this scandal of surprise medical bills is a national problem, as well as in Illinois-

    Contact the Illinois Attorney General with any personal experiences over COVID related price gouging or ambulance billing complaints in general! The more complaints received, the higher the priority in choosing which outfits the IL AG will investigate.

    This is just such a major issue affecting pocketbooks, these surprise medical bills, but the media never discuss it as much as the whole voting machines kerfuffle? Of course we need election integrity! And safe and affordable ambulance transports for our pandemic sick and elderly patients!

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