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Rudy Giuliani Reveals Where He Keeps His Stash Of Secret 'Evidence' Against Hillary—And, Yikes

Rudy Giuliani Reveals Where He Keeps His Stash Of Secret 'Evidence' Against Hillary—And, Yikes
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It's been more than 5 years since Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, but the right-wing is still obsessed with the former Democratic Secretary of State.

And on the heels of the dubious claim that Clinton's 2016 campaign "spied" on Trump's, the right is in a tizzy about her all over again. So of course, former attorney to former Republican President Donald Trump had to go on far-right television this week to crow about the right-wing's favorite villainess.

That's embarrassing enough, but then Giuliani went on to claim he has a secret trove of "evidence" against Clinton stashed in his "bedroom... or my den." Um... okay then.

See the moment below.

Giuliani was on Newsmax to talk about the recent findings from special counsel John Durham, appointed by former Attorney General Bill Barr to investigate the origins of the Robert Mueller-led probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

Naturally, the right, and Trump himself, have seized upon Durham's filing as evidence that Clinton is a diabolical criminal mastermind who illegally spied on Trump's campaign, none of which is true, as stated in the filing itself.

But checkmate, federal government, because Giuliani has all the evidence!Just stashed away in his bedroom for seven years, apparently.

As he told the unhinged propagandists at Newsmax:

"There's a lot more to come out... They may feel that it's gobbledygook, but it's gobbledygook that's supported by about a thousand pieces of evidence, none of which have been revealed yet."
"I happen to have it in my bedroom, or my den actually. I've had it there for years--as well as the fraudulent election. Both."

Weird that Giuliani has had "about a thousand pieces of evidence" chilling in his boudoir for years--which could even be a federal crime if true--but the Department of Justice wasn't able to get their hands on it. Makes you think!

Of course, the internet had a field day mocking Giuliani--especially since the last time we heard about Giuliani's bedroom was when he got lured into it by Borat Subsequent Moviefilm actress Maria Bakalova for an interview and almost exposed himself on hidden camera after he mistook the whole thing for a sex invite.

As you might expect, the Twitter roasts came in super hot.

Oh Rudy, never change.