Rudy Giuliani says someone should 'cut head off' Dems and makes throat-slashing gesture after sweaty press conference

RUDY Giuliani said someone should "cut the head off" the Democrats while making a throat-slashing gesture yesterday.

Hours after his sweaty press conference on Thursday, Trump's perspiring lawyer made the shocking suggestion during an on-air interview as he ranted about an election conspiracy.

After telling reporters Philadelphia and Detroit were "crooked" cities, Giuliani made another bizarre appearance on Fox News, where he repeated the word "Biden" five times to illustrate his point about voter fraud.

He told anchor Sean Hannity: "They're very, very bad people. They're not ordinary Democrats. There are wonderful democrats in this country. They may disagree with you and me, you know them."

"Somehow, the Democrat Party was hijacked by Clinton and since then, it's gotten more corrupt and more corrupt – " he added, before Hannity tried to cut him off, saying "I wish you the best."

"Alright, America deserves the truth," Hannity said – but Giuliani interjected bizarrely saying "somebody's gotta cut the head off [the party], absolutely."

Giuliani's comments followed his lively press briefing with Trump's other lawyers, Sidney Powell and Jenna Ellis at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington DC.

Meanwhile, a perspiring Giuliani said it was "not a singular voter fraud in one state" as he alleged that there is enough evidence of voting irregularities in various states to overturn Biden's 2020 victory.

The former mayor of New York City sweated up a storm while Powell outrageously claimed there was "massive influence of communist money through Venezuela, Cuba, and likely China and interference with our elections here in the United States."

On the president's official YouTube page, the livestream of the conference featured an unfortunate hot mic incident, when someone could be heard saying "You see f***ing see Rudy's hair dye dripping down his face?"

A Motherjones reporter noted that when the Trump team noticed the error, they muted the audio, which led to Live Chat conspiracy theories about "big tech censorship."

"[It's] a pattern that repeat itself in a number of states," Giuliani claimed as the sweat began to pour down his face at about 12.45pm ET, just over 30 minutes into the briefing.

"[There was] a plan from a centralized place to execute these various act of voter fraud," he said, claiming it "specifically focussed on big cities controlled by Democrats."

Giuliani singled out Michigan and Philadelphia as being "big cities that have a long history of corruption."

The attorney declared that voter fraud in the Pennsylvania city "could fill a library" and said he would only have been surprised if Philly "hadn't cheated," adding "you could say the same thing in Detroit."

He said a lot of people come from Camden to vote in Philadelphia and claimed this was "about as frequent as getting beaten up at a Philadelphia Eagles basketball, football game."

He continued his vendetta against Philadelphia during his interview with Hannity a few hours later.

"There are more voter fraud convictions in Philly than there are assault convictions at Philadelphia Eagle football games," he said.

The Eagles have yet to comment publicly on his comments.

During the conference yesterday, Giuliani told one reporter "you are lying" and "don't lie to people" during their heated exchange yesterday.

He also laughed loudly when a journalist asked a question and said she was from CNN in the explosive showdown.

Giuliani detailed the GOP's alleged circumstantial evidence in battleground states Nevada, Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, and Wisconsin after multiple Trump suits were thrown out.

He said that the press had repeatedly dismissed affidavits from people claiming that GOP inspectors were "penned" and treated badly.

He made multiple allegations about the mail-in ballots sent in to polling stations as a result of coronavirus, claiming this included the same person voting 30 times in Pennsylvania, an allegation that has yet to be confirmed.

Giuliani brought up "My Cousin Vinny" (1992) a movie about a New York Lawyer Vincent Gambini, likening one scene involving a witness with poor eyesight to GOP observers trying to look at the ballot count.

"'How many fingers do I got up?' 'Three,'" he said, imitating the actor Joe Pesci in a faux Brooklyn accent and holding up two fingers.

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