Former GOP congressman slams Rudy Giuliani's conspiracy rants: 'It is just randomized crap'
Rudy Giuliani (Screen cap).

Former Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA) on Wednesday thrashed ex-Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani for spouting conspiracy theories that he described as "randomized crap."

Appearing on CNN to discuss revelations that the Russian government was actively involved in trying to spread disinformation on behalf of former President Donald Trump, Riggleman was shown a video clip of Giuliani trying to discredit the results of the 2020 election by falsely accusing Dominion Voting Systems of rigging the vote for President Joe Biden.

"The company counting our vote with control over our vote is owned by two Venezuelans who were allies of Chavez, are present allies of Maduro with a company whose chairman is a close associate and business partner of George Soros!" Giuliani ranted in the clip.

Host John Berman noted that the intelligence report claimed that Russia used Trump's allies to push non-credible conspiracy theories about the election, and he asked whether Giuliani's rants fit into that category.

"Of course they're not credible," Riggleman said. "It is just randomized crap that Giuliani was throwing out to try to influence votes or spread types of disinformation."

Riggleman wouldn't go so far as to say Giuliani was actively coordinating with Putin, but he did suggest that the former New York mayor could be Putin's unwitting pawn.

"What you have is these Russian propaganda peddlers where they don't understand where this information is coming from," he said. "There's a lack of information on their part but also a willing participation and trying to win."

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