Rudy Giuliani's witness, who claims he saw election fraud, is a convicted sex offender
- The first witness Giuliani called at his press conference about election fraud was a convicted sex offender
- Daryl Brooks is a multi-year New Jersey candidate who also owes thousands overdue child child support payments
- She was in jail after being convicted of exposing herself to two young girls
- Giuliani called him as his first witness at the press of a landscaping company in Pennsylvania
- The amazing reveal comes as the Republicans of Congress declare Joe Biden the winner and demand time for Trump's fraud allegations
The first witness that Donald Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani called at a press conference over the weekend who claimed the election fall was widespread is a convicted sex offender who served time after exposing himself to two young girls.
Daryl Brooks, who served as a Republican election observer and claims to live in Philadelphia, spoke to Giuliani's Saturday press at Four Seasons Total Landscaping.
"We think it wasn't fair at all," he said, claiming he wasn't allowed to see the ballots that were counted. "It's such a shame," he said.
Daryl Brooks, who was Rudy Giuliani's first witness at a press conference on election fraud in Pennsylvania, is a convicted sex offender
Brooks was jailed for a sex offense in 1998 after he was accused of exposing himself to two girls, ages 7 and 11. He denied the charges but served three years on charges of sexual assault, indecency and endangering a child's well-being.
Politico covered Brooks' last Monday after Giuliani's press conference was already ridiculed after President Trump falsely tweeted that it would be held at the downtown Four Seasons Hotel, and then had to withdraw and reveal that it was It was a landscaping company that turned out to be next to a sex shop and a crematorium.
According to media reports, Brooks was also behind thousands of dollars in child support payments.
While disclosing that Giuliani's witness was a convicted sex offender is troubling and cumbersome to Trump's legal team, it doesn't blow up his entire case: he claims he has dozens more to testify.
“We will have as many witnesses as the court needs. At the moment there could be up to 90 witnesses. That's called evidence, ”Giuliani said at the press conference.
He told Fox News on Sunday he had 60 or 70 witnesses, but said in the same interview, "There are more than 50 witnesses." He said some were afraid to reveal their identities for fear of reprisals.
The press rep had already posted derisive comments online after the president announced it would be the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel, but instead in a parking lot outside of Four Seasons Total Landscaping
Brooks was serving a prison term after being convicted of exposing himself to two young girls
"We think it wasn't fair at all," Brooks said of his time as an election observer when he said he shouldn't watch the census
President Donald Trump did not admit and claim there was election fraud but did not provide any evidence
The Mayor of Trenton immediately recognized Brooks, also a multi-year candidate who has run for the House and Senate, when he watched the event. "I started looking at it and suddenly I thought, 'There's New Jersey's perennial candidate who claims to live in Philadelphia and Giuliani who claims he is an election observer and a Philadelphia resident," Mayor Reed Gusciora told tol Politico.
A Democratic official told the publication that he believed Brooks was hired by Hillary Clinton's campaign in 2016.
Brooks said at the press case that he had lived in Philadelphia for "about two years."
"I came here to support our president," he said. "Many of us were thrilled that the president won a second term." He claimed the election officials would not allow us to see anything that was happening. We feel like it wasn't fair at all. & # 39;
Former Trump campaign manager Cory Lewandowski, an advisor to the campaign, was also present at the event.
The revelations come amid a split among Trump's advisors on whether to give in or continue his multi-layered legal battle. Giuliani said the campaign could file up to 10 lawsuits.
A 2008 article described Brooks transforming himself into Mercer County, a New Jersey sheriff's officer who owed $ 70,000 in child support.
Brooks' Facebook page states he moved to Philadelphia in June 2019.
A picture on his side shows a picture of Brooks in a yellow headscarf that reads "F *** Tom Wolf," the governor of Pennsylvania. Another says "F *** Phil Murphy," the Democratic governor of New Jersey.