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DC Ethics Board recommends suspension for Rudy Giuliani.

In case your schadenfreude levels are waning after the recent spike, here’s a little boost to keep you going into the weekend.

Reuters reports that the DC Ethics Board has recommended that Rudy Giuliani be disbarred for his work on one of numerous bogus lawsuits questioning the results of the 2020 presidential election.

Giuliani, formerly Trump’s personal attorney and before that a Manhattan federal prosecutor and mayor of New York City, attempted to “disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania voters without the slightest factual basis for doing so,” the DC Board on Professional Responsibility said in its report. 63 page report.

The board ruled that Giuliani violated two legal ethics rules by making sweeping claims about voter fraud without evidence in the Pennsylvania lawsuit, which a federal judge dismissed.

The opinion now goes to the DC Court of Appeals, which will make final deliberations.

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