Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has brought up the possibility of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) charges against “Clinton incorporated,” and, according to a senior law enforcement official close to Giuliani, this is no joke.
Giuliani, a former U.S Attorney, has been rumored as a possible attorney general in a Donald Trump administration. Throughout the election Giuliani served as a surrogate for Trump and prosecuted the case against Hillary Clinton and her allies on TV and at rallies.
“A special prosecutor — a non-Republican, non-Democrat — should redo this whole investigation. And Obama should be required to promise he is not going to pardon any of these Clinton Incorporated. I think it’s a racketeering enterprise honestly,” Giuliani said a week and a half ago on Fox News.
He added, “I have a whole bunch of statutes they’ve violated. This is racketeering. This is a RICO statute –Clinton, Inc. I think it was one of the WikiLeaks that said this was ‘Clinton Inc.’ He does the speeches, they put the money in the pocket, she does the favors in the government. It all links up.” (RELATED: Clinton Aide’s For-Profit Firm Illegally Raised $150 Million For Clinton Charity)
Giuliani was asked by New York magazine’s Gabe Sherman if he would prosecute Clinton if he was appointed attorney general and Giuliani replied, “I have no comment on what I’m going to do and I would never comment on a case.”
The senior law enforcement official told TheDC that Giuliani has been using the term “RICO” for a reason and that Doug Band, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, and possibly Chelsea Clinton and Robby Mook should all get criminal defense attorneys.