Rudy Giuliani revealed the federal government secured a covert warrant to spy on him the exact same day he became President Donald Trump’s attorney.
Giuliani told War Room, Wednesday, the secret warrant was secured on May 1, 2018 — meaning the government had access to the President’s most personal and sacrosanct communications with his lawyer during both sham impeachments.
“I think we’ve got a heck of an argument to dismiss,” Giuliani said, in regards to the Biden regime’s political and illegal raid on his apartment.
“And with regard to the much worse surveillance and the taking of my iCloud account from the first day that I became Donald Trump’s lawyer,” he said.
“They didn’t even make any bones about it,” Giuliani said. “They had no interest in me before. It begins May 1, 2018. That’s when it was first in the newspapers. Immediately they go get my stuff, at least retroactively, they examine the entire attorney client relationship for a year and a half. This is unheard of.”
Giuliani said the illegal spying on the duly-elected President of the United States and his attorney is a “mortal sin against the Constitution of the United States.”
“So they had all of our deliberations on the collusion case, and then they had all of our collaborations on the phony Ukraine case,” he said.