On the Aug 10. edition of Fox News’ “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani insinuates that the findings in the Department of Justice’s report—- exposing racist policing in the Baltimore, Maryland—- are not factual because the DOJ works under President Obama.
The former mayor let his displeasure be known :
“And now, we have the Justice Department, which is filing against the police department, we’ve had verdicts by, in this case an African American judge, that two of these police officers were innocent. Anybody else has been let off or found not guilty, and they bring these charges. I mean, this is a political operation. I feel hurt by that, because I devoted 15 years of my life to the Department of Justice. From the very bottom, assistant U.S. Attorney, almost to the top, the third-ranking official under Ronald Reagan. I loved Department of Justice. I love what it stands for. I admire Robert Kennedy as an attorney general, and Bob Morgan at DA, they were both Democrats.”