The speech wasn't anything different than what Giuliani and Trump himself have been saying since Biden won.
"This morning we are withdrawing our lawsuit in MI as a direct result of achieving the relief we sought: to stop the election in Wayne County from being prematurely certified before residents can be assured that every legal vote has been counted and every illegal vote has not been counted", Giuliani said, as reported by Fox News.
Then it turned freaky.
"Did you all watch My Cousin Vinny?".
"How many fingers have I got up?" he said, imitating Joe Pesci. "There's no one here who engages in fantasies", he then yelled at reporters.
Patting his beading brow with a handkerchief, and with sweat mixed with hair dye dripping down from his temples, Giuliani's attacks veered towards the outlandish.
The company's chairman "is a close associate and business partner of George Soros, the biggest donor to the Democratic Party, the biggest donor to Antifa - and the biggest donor of Black Lives Matter", Giuliani said.
In addition, Giuliani claimed that the alleged fraud was nationally coordinated.
During a press conference on Thursday, Giuliani attempted to lay out a case for allegations of voter fraud during the 2020 United States presidential election, becoming highly animated while speaking to reporters.
The president's claims of mass cheating have been debunked by a cybersecurity agency in Trump's own administration that declared November's election "the most secure in American history".
That agency's head, Chris Krebs, was sacked this week by Trump.
"That press conference was the most unsafe 1hr 45 minutes of television in American history".
Colorful was an accurate way of describing the event at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington where hair dye streaks ran down a sweaty Giuliani's face while he told reporters that he is sure that voter fraud crimes were committed because he could smell them. According to The Washington Post, the former mayor of NY has been claiming that a huge number of Americans "masterminded" a plot to steal the election from Trump.
And yet, these conspiracists were SO good that only Giuliani - and the handful of other lawyers and hangers-on who have so little to lose reputation-wise that they were willing to stand beside him as he made these ridiculous claims - has pieced it all together!
Giuliani this week said that "provable, illegal ballots" would show differently, along with 1000 affidavits from Americans alleging vote fraud. "But you can't say there's no evidence", he added.