Rudy Giuliani somehow still has his own radio show. The disgraced former mayor of New York went on to become the legal stooge of former president Donald Trump during the most erratic stages of his administration. Giuliani famously spent weeks on national television telling lies about a mythical stolen election as his Grecian Formula melted down the side of his brow.

Even Donald Trump has distanced himself from Rudy Giuliani. Increasingly erratic behavior caused the man once known as “America’s Mayor” to fall out of favor in most serious political circles. Still, this is America, and as long as somebody is willing to pay for it, Giuliani is entitled to his opinion.

Rudy’s latest hot take came on the heels of the Super Bowl LVI halftime show. Giuliani said that he was offended by Eminem taking a knee in solidarity with nationwide sentiment against racial injustice during a recent broadcast. He thinks Eminem should leave the United States over the simple gesture of peace, according to the New York Post.

“Why doesn’t he go to another country? I mean, go take a knee someplace else. You know how many cops were defending him and protecting him at that game yesterday? I mean crime is way out of control in Los Angeles.


He thinks that all happened because everybody loves Eminem? The simple reality is the NFL has made a mockery of law enforcement, particularly with its support for the cop-killing Black Lives Matter.”

Rudy Giuliani simultaneously declared that he wants to deport somebody for exercising their freedom of expression and once again outed himself as a racist. Fortunately, Rudy doesn’t get much play in the mainstream media anymore. While Giuliani will tell you it’s because of a vast left-wing media conspiracy, those with common sense know it’s because his opinions are toxic.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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