Last Updated on February 17, 2022
Trump Campaign Attorney Rudy Giuliani has called for President Donald Trump to conduct a wide-scale declassification of information to expose the “deep state” before leaving office on January 20.
This comes as President Trump is set to leave office in less than two weeks.
“At many times, I thought he was ready to do it, and many times it was blocked by, I have to assume, the force that we now call the ‘deep state.’ I have my suspicions,” said Giuliani on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast. “Now there is no longer any reason to try to create some kind of harmony, and therefore, not do it.”
Giuliani added that the President not only owes it to his supporters, but to the rest of of the United States.
While Giuliani said he does not know what the classified information would contain, he notes that “having dealt with classified information for 17 years, I can pretty much read what’s been blocked out. I think I pretty much know what’s in there.”
“What it contains is embarrassing information that will demonstrate that the prior administration engaged in, again I say, fascist tactics in order to prevent Trump from being president. And then in order to remove the rightfully elected president of the United States by clearly unlawful means. That’s what’s there,” said Giuliani.
This would not be the first time the President has sought to declassify information to the benefit of the American people.
“I have fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax. Likewise, the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal. No redactions!” said the President in a tweet posted on October 7, 2020, before Twitter permanently suspended his account.
The idea of a mass declassification of information, perhaps pertaining to the illegal “Crossfire Hurricane” counterintelligence operation (often referred to as the “Russia Hoax”), the Hunter Biden laptop scandal, or other forms of corruption, could explain the recent efforts of the Washington establishment to remove President Trump from office less than just two weeks before the end of his term.
If President Trump were to do this, there will undoubtedly be push back from the intelligence community to prevent the American people from seeing such information, perhaps by citing national security concerns.
However, Giuliani said “so far, there has been a lot of declassifications, and not a single piece of national security information has been contained in it.”
Americans should keep in mind that our pure, righteous, corruption-free intelligence community has classified information pertaining to criminal government activity in the past, citing the same reasons.