Giuliani Pisses Off Dems By Revealing On Live TV Who Kicked Cops Off DNC Floor

Rudolph Giuliani, former mayor of New York, is well known for telling it like it is. But even for him this was stepping it up at a notch with what he said about the Democratic National Convention.

He gave all of the information to Fox & Friends when it came to the security inside the DNC. Before him, no one knew anything.

Per Conservative Tribune:

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“This is the most anti-police, anti-law enforcement convention I’ve ever seen in my whole life,” he said. “There was not a uniformed police officer allowed on the convention floor. I was told that by four high-ranking police officers, two of whom I’ve known for a very long time.

“And then I walked the floor for very long time and I couldn’t find a single officer,” Giuliani added. “Go look at your footage. You find me a uniform. Hillary Clinton didn’t want uniformed police officers on the convention floor.” (Emphasis added.)

To further establish the point, the liberals chanted “Black Lives Matter” when the DNC took a moment to honor the fallen officers of Dallas.

One day the officers will say they’ve had enough and head home. It’s a good thing they didn’t or the Bernie or bust crew would have burned the place down.

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