Following Rudy Giuliani's service of papers for the Arizona at his birthday party 'fake electors case' cry

 May 20, 2024

In addition to receiving cake and gifts at his 80th birthday celebration, Rudy Giuliani was also treated to servce of papers.

According to sources for The Post, the former mayor of New York City was enjoying himself with friends while tripping the light fantastic in Palm Springs on Friday night, as The New York Post reported.

Later that evening, when he was apprehended by two officials from the office of Democratic Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes outside the party at the residence of top GOP consultant Caroline Wren, he was served with papers.

Giving Notice

A legal notice of Giuliani's Arizona indictment was served by the two individuals, who are accused of conspiring to tamper with the 2020 election in support of former President Donald Trump.

As of 11 p.m., when the duo arrived, the majority of the 200 guests had departed. However, sources claim that some of the remaining guests began to scream, including one woman who wept as Giuliani was delivered the papers.

However, Giuliani was unfazed, according to a source with strong ties to the former mayor: "It wasn't that big of a deal," the source said.

Former Trump advisors Steve Bannon and Roger Stone were among the 150 guests who were invited to the event. Each invitation featured a gold-and-black color scheme and a photograph of Giuliani in a tuxedo or donning aviator sunglasses and a USA hat.

“While crime in Arizona is at an all-time high, the Arizona [AG’s] office felt it was a good use of resources to send multiple agents across the country to storm an 80th birthday party like it was Normandy,” fumed Wren.

The Celebration

Celebrated eleven days prior to his actual birthday on May 28, Giuliani appeared to be having a great time at the party. He even posed for a photo with a group of blonde bombshells, which he shared on X while making fun of Mayes.

“If Arizona authorities can’t find me by tomorrow morning: 1. They must dismiss the indictment; 2. They must concede they can’t count votes,” wrote Giuliani in the post, which has since been deleted.

“The final defendant was served moments ago. @RudyGiuliani nobody is above the law,” Mayes posted on X late Friday.

Giuliani was the final defendant among the eighteen pro-Trump defendants named in the indictment that was returned by a grand jury one month ago. They are allegedly involved in an unsuccessful effort to transfer the eleven presidential electoral votes of the state to Trump.

Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Arizona are also bringing charges against electors for allegedly fraudulently casting Trump ballots.

The Rest of the Party

According to a source with close ties to the former mayor, all those who were invited to Giuliani's celebration “had a really good time,” despite the unexpected guests.

The occasion showcased a tribute band to Frank Sinatra, during which Giuliani led the group in a rendition of "New York, New York."

Additionally, Giuliani devoted some time to discussing the presidential contest of this year and his intention to remove Joe Biden from office.

“This time we can make no mistakes if we want our country back. Do you want your country back?!” bellowed Giuliani to the crowd in a video obtained by the Post.

“Then we got to work like hell from now until Election Day and, who knows? Maybe after, which I learned. But they are not taking this country away from us.”

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