Controversial Election Claims Lead to Giuliani’s Radio Show Cancellation

Rudy Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York City, had a radio show on WABC Radio. But now, it’s been canceled because of things he said about the 2020 election, according to The New York Times.

John Catsimatidis, who owns WABC Radio, said, “We’re not going to talk about fallacies of the November 2020 election. We warned him once. We warned him twice. And I get a text from him last night, and I got a text from him this morning that he refuses not to talk about it.”

“So,” Catsimatidis added, “he left me no option. I suspended him.”

On the social platform X, Giuliani said that WABC “fired me for refusing to comply with their overly broad directive stating I’m, ‘prohibited from engaging in conversations relating to the 2020 Presidential Election.’”

Controversial Election Claims Lead to Giuliani's Radio Show Cancellation
Rudy Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York City

“This directive is a clear violation of free speech,” Giuliani said. “WABC’s decision comes at a very suspicious time, just months before the 2024 election, and just as John (@JCats2013) and WABC continue to be pressured by Dominion Voting Systems and the Biden regime’s lawyers.”

Giuliani has spread false claims about fraud in the 2020 presidential election. He had to pay $148 million to former Georgia election workers after falsely accusing them of fraud. This led him to file for bankruptcy at the end of last year.

Giuliani’s lawyers recently said that he’s having trouble finding someone to help with his bankruptcy case. He reached out to several accounting firms, but none of them wanted to help.

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