Rudy Giuliani may very well be expelled from the New York State Bar Affiliation for "fight" feedback

The New York State Bar Association could expel Rudy Giuliani for commenting on supporters of President Donald Trump before the U.S. Capitol was violently attacked on Jan. 6.

On Monday, the organization that opened it launched an investigation into whether Giuliani should remain a member.

The New York State Bar Association is now considering removing Giuliani.

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The New York State Bar Association opens an investigation

According to the statutes of the New York State Bar Association, "no person who works to overthrow the United States government" may remain a member.

The group is a voluntary membership organization that originated in 1876. No longer being a member does not mean banning, and Giuliani could still be a lawyer.

Hours before the angry mob stormed the Capitol walls, Trump's personal attorney Rudolph Giuliani spoke to thousands of people in the White House and reiterated baseless claims of widespread election fraud in the presidential and Senate runoffs in Georgia.

– New York State Bar Association (@NYSBA) January 11, 2021

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The bar association said the former New York City mayor would be given due trial and the opportunity to speak on his side on how events were unfolding.

Giuliani is President Trump's personal attorney and has been the lead attorney for President Trump's allegations of election fraud.

The bar association said hundreds of complaints had been received over Giuliani's attempt to prove Trump's fraud claims.

"If we are wrong we will be fooled, but if we are right many of them will go to jail," said Giuliani. "Let's try by fight."

– New York State Bar Association (@NYSBA) January 11, 2021

Rudy: "Let's try by fight"

Speaking to Trump supporters at the major rally in Washington, DC on January 6th, Giuliani told the crowd, “If we're wrong we will be fooled, but if we're right many of them will go to jail. ”

"Let's try a fight," added Giuliani.

Watch Giuliani's speech here:

According to the Bar Association, Giuliani's words should "clearly encourage Trump supporters who are dissatisfied with the election results to take matters into their own hands."

For his part, Giuliani claimed he was referring to the popular HBO television show "Game of Thrones".

The NYSBA strongly condemned the violent uprising that took place in the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and was orchestrated by individuals who sought to undermine the will of voters by disrupting certification of the 2020 presidential election results. co / 2yesbOntIb

– New York State Bar Association (@NYSBA) January 11, 2021

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"Nothing less than an attempted coup"

The Bar Association strongly condemned the attack on the Capitol, calling it "nothing less than an attempted coup to prevent a peaceful change of power".

"We cannot stand idly by and allow those who want to tear the very fabric of our democracy to remain uncontrolled," the organization said in a statement.

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