The public mental deterioration of Rudy Giuliani took a sharp downturn this morning when he decided to weigh in on the controversy surrounding the videos of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) that started circulating yesterday.
One was an obviously doctored clip that had her speech slowed down to make her appear drunk, the other was a highly edited video aimed at making her seem confused. Both were deeply misleading and it was the latter that the President of the United States shared on his Twitter, proving there really is no low to which he will not sink.
Giuliani took to Twitter today in what was presumably an effort to defend Trump’s deplorable behavior but what he ended up doing was….something else. Brace yourselves.
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It appears that he was trying to say that if Pelosi wants an apology she should apologize for saying Trump needs an intervention (which he does). What the former Mayor of New York ended up tweeting out was absolute gibberish, the sad stream of consciousness of a man who appears to be rapidly losing control of his mental facilities.
He invented a new word “ivesssapology,” then rambled for a bit in a slightly more coherent fashion, before ending with the word “Are” which implies there was more he had to say before he accidentally hit send, lost his train of thought and wandered off, or simply forgot what he was doing.
Perhaps the most perplexing part of the tweet is a random GIF of a sports game he included, which makes absolutely no sense in the context. It’s truly befuddling.
If you’re a religious person, perhaps you should spare a moment to say a little prayer for Mr. Giuliani. As vile a man as he is, he is clearly struggling.
ivesssapology for a video which is allegedly is a caricature of an otherwise halting speech pattern, she should first stop, and apologize for, saying the President needs an “intervention.” Are pic.twitter.com/ZpEO7iRzV8
— Rudy Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) May 24, 2019