Rudolph (Rudy) W. L. Giuliani is an American hero.
We all know that Rudy served as the Mayor of New York City, from 1993 - 2001. He was a source of strength and guidance during the worst attack on mainland American soil - September 11, 2001. I was in NYC on the day of the attacks, and I appreciated the fact that Mayor Giuliani and former police Commissioner Bernard Kerik kept the city moving forward, and kept us safe.
I saw first-hand how Rudy's drive to improve the quality of life in NYC made a difference. From 125th Street in Harlem to Times Square, and all over the City, the city became cleaner and safer during Rudy's tenure.
In fact, he is considered one of the greatest Mayors of all time, but he has done far more than that.
Rudy as a former federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York is responsible for putting away the NYC Mafia bosses, which was critical.
Moreover, Rudy is also responsible for the fact that we the American people will finally have an accounting of what happened on November 3, 2020 in the "swing states." Case in point, without his work on the irregularities and fraud, there would not be an audit of the election that is currently underway in Maricopa County, Arizona.
In my book “Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations”, I mention my experience working with his campaign (see page 193). He was the first Republican I met and even though I was a Democrat, he got my vote. [Please get your copy today of my memoir here on this site, by going to the "Home" page. Thank you!]
Finally, Rudy has endured resentment, ridicule, and dismissal from the mainstream media and from the left in general; and attacks from Biden's Department of Justice in order to continue to serve not only his clients, but the American people as well. In short, he is an American hero.