Giuliani Wants You to Vote to ‘End Reign of Terror’

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Caroline Giuliani, daughter to President Trump’s personal attorney, isn’t on the side you think she’d be.

In fact, Caroline has always supported the Democratic candidates, backing Hillary in 2016. In 2008 when her father was seeking the GOP nomination, she was supporting Barack Obama.

Knowing Right From Wrong

Caroline is urging you to vote against the Republicans in order to “end the reign of terror’ that the Trump administration has brought on the United States. By voting for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris you can help “end this nightmare.”

Caroline knows that she won’t be able to change her father Rudy’s mind but, she is hoping that with enough votes the toxic administration could be ended.

Caroline went on to speak about being the daughter of a polarizing attorney and the corruption that she has seen first hand. She says it starts with “yes-men and women who create an echo chamber of lies and subservience to maintain their proximity to power.”

The Tyranny Must End

She then accuses Trump of using his tyranny to rollback policies for the protection of the LGBTQ community and blatant mishandling of the pandemic.

Giuliani goes on the praise Biden and Harris for their progressive way of thinking and commitment to battling climate change. Her fears of the planet dying under four more years of the current administration are not unfounded. Trump’s deconstruction of conservation agencies and programs has put the planet at risk. And he shows no signs of stopping as long as there is money to be made.

Republicans Take a Stand

Rudy’s daughter isn’t the first unlikely person to switch sides. John McCain’s wife Cindy has said her vote will not go to Trump on voting day. Colin Powell joins her.

Miles Taylor, a former chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security will be voting for Biden.

More than seventy top Republican national security officials released a letter that supported Biden and deemed Trump an “unfit leader” who should not get a second term.

Even former Republican President George W. Bush doesn’t have Trump’s vote. Bush did not endorse Trump in 2016 and he won’t be doing it four years late.

Various other Republicans haven’t openly dropped their backings of the president but they’re not out there supporting him either.

We’ll stay tuned and see how this all shakes on on election day. The most important thing you can do is vote come November 3rd.