Giuliani Urges Patriots to Defend Free Speech After Radio Show Firing

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani recently called on patriots to speak out after being fired from his radio show on WABC. Giuliani had repeatedly claimed that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from former President Donald Trump, and was let go from the station as a result. He urged supporters to call WABC and ask if the station supports free speech.

Giuliani emphasized that his firing did not change the facts in his view and argued that even those who disagree with him should not silence conversations about the election. The former mayor insisted that the station’s policy was a violation of free speech and that he had not been given multiple warnings about discussing the election as the station owner claimed.

WABC owner John Catsimatidis had filled in for Giuliani’s show after the firing and described the situation as “very tragic.” Catsimatidis stated that Giuliani had been given “three strikes” not to talk about the legitimacy of the 2020 election and that his behavior made it difficult not to terminate him.

In response to Giuliani’s firing, all references to his show were removed from WABC’s website. The station’s claim that it warned Giuliani not to discuss the validity of the 2020 election came after Fox News settled a defamation lawsuit with Dominion Voting Systems, which alleged the network aired false claims about the election. Dominion’s attorney stated that the settlement was just over $787 million.

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