Donald Trump’s former attorney Rudy Giuliani said Sunday he has new “scientific evidence” that will support debunked claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 election and prove his innocence.
“There are things we didn’t present then [in 2020] because over the next couple of years, a lot of people did a lot of work and have been able to produce more witnesses and what I would call scientific evidence that is very persuasive,” Giuliani on his WABC radio show while discussing his legal strategy, according to a clip shared by Raw Story.
Giuliani was indicted by a grand jury in Georgia last week for allegedly conspiring with Trump to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in the state.
On his Sunday program, Giuliani said he plans to have the case moved to federal court and insisted that he is innocent of the charges because he actually believed that there was fraud in the 2020 election in Georgia.
Giuliani is being sued by voting machine companies Dominion and Smartmatic over his election conspiracy theories. The former New York is also being sued for defamation by two Georgia election workers after he accused them of stuffing ballots with Biden votes to swing the election.
He has already admitted in court documents that he lied about the Georgia election workers but insisted that he should not be found liable because the statements “did not carry meaning that is defamatory” and that they are “constitutionally protected statements or opinions.”
Giuliani’s claims of having “scientific evidence” of election fraud comes after Trump canceled a press conference where he planned to reveal evidence about “presidential election fraud” that he also claimed would have exonerated him in the Georgia case.