Giuliani wants pictures, says ‘whackadoodle’ FBI officials should be committed to psych ward

The newest addition to President Donald Trump’s legal team, speaking at a campaign rally in New York, said he’s proud of his client because “nothing gets him down,” before mocking FBI agents who reportedly cried after the 2016 election — he called them “whackadoodles” who should be in a psych ward.

“What they’ve been doing to [Trump] is heartless, it’s cruel,” the former mayor of New York City said Saturday. “It’s an investigation made up of a bunch of distorted human beings who cried — imagine FBI agents and prosecutors crying when Hillary Clinton wasn’t elected.”

Giuliani was referring to last week’s report from the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General, which included a text message between an unidentified FBI employee and an official described as “FBI Attorney 2,” the day after the 2016 election.

“I can’t stop crying,” the unnamed FBI employee said.

“I think if I could get those pictures of them crying,” Giuliani said of these bureau employees. “Instead of investigating President Trump… they should go to Bellevue!” .

“Whackadoodles!” he added, before mockingly imitating pro-Hillary agents crying.

Appearing at the rally in support of US Rep. Dan Donovan, R-NY, Giuliani shared his take on what special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian collusion investigation is all about when someone in the crowd cried out, “Lock em up.”

“Let’s not lock em up, let’s elect Dan, let’s keep this seat Republican,” Giuliani replied. “Let’s stop the possibility of a ridiculous impeachment.”

Democrats have declared that if they retake the majority in the House, there will be an attempt to impeach Trump — high crimes and misdemeanors or not.

“Every member of the House is accorded the opportunity to bring up impeachment,” Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, said in May, when asked if there will be impeachment charge if Democrats retake the House.

“This is not something that the Constitution has bestowed upon leadership,” he said, suggesting it will happen whether Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi supports it or not.

“We can all do it,” Green explained. “And I think there is a good likelihood there will be Articles of Impeachment.”

Tom Tillison

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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