Rudy Giuliani Goes Full Conspiracy Theory Because He Doesn't Understand The Internet

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Giuliani's Twitter typo used to abuse President Trump

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A critic of President Trump turned a Twitter typo by his lawyer Rudy Giuliani - which accidentally created a hyperlink to a domain space in India - into a website bashing the commander-in-chief.

For the low price of about $6, Giuliani's tweet now links to a simple website that bears the blunt anti-Trump text. He shared what he had done on Twitter, writing, "Rudy didn't separate g-20 from.in so ya boy bought the domain".

In recent weeks, the social media platform banned numerous political operatives, including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and far-right provocateur Laura Loomer.

His current lawyer, the once respected Rudy Giuliani, is also singing for his supper, debasing himself in defence of the president, as every White House employee is required to do these days.

One twitterian even posited that it might have been a message from Giuliani to Mueller, simply concealed as an angry rant about his investigation.

Possibly trying to get the most out of his 280 characters or maybe just unfamiliar with phone keyboards, he emitted the spaces between the periods and the first letter of the following sentence. But he tried to post a tweet with.rudygiuliani, for instance, it wouldn't create a link. CNET rounds up some of the tweeted replies to Giuliani in that vein (read them here), like this one: "Did you try unplugging it then plugging it back in?"

Well, the clever Twitter user jasondotgov saw a golden opportunity and registered the link. With no facts or justification, he blamed Twitter, saying employees there are "cardcarrying anti-Trumpers".

Velazquez told The Post that Giuliani's follow-up tweet "speaks to the impulsive nature of the administration where they're not thoughtful in anything they put out there, especially on Twitter".

Maybe, Velazquez said, Giuliani had wanted to "take some of the attention away" from the court filing. "Either I affect what his message is, or I affect what his message is".

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