Gia Giudice wants to ‘fight’ Joe’s deportation

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Gia Giudice, teenage daughter of “Real Housewives New Jersey” star Teresa, is ready to fight against her dad’s imminent deportation with the help of a stand-up comic who calls himself the “voice of Italian Americans.”

Posting a video by Brooklyn-based comedian Fred Rubino on Friday, the 17-year-old wrote: “spread the word, could’ve said it better myself.. ❤️🙏🏻 I love you daddy, let’s fight this! @fredrubino thank you.”

Rubino’s video included a passionate, politically-charged message about immigration.

“What happened to all the DACA things? This guy’s been in the country since he’s a baby, he only knows the United States, he has a family here with kids and now we’re going to deport him? And we’re keeping hundreds of thousands of rapists and murderers from ICE so that we don’t deport them? The only difference is that Joe Giudice is Italian and the other ones are South American or Mexican. It is a racist, broken system…”

Joe, who is currently in prison for multiple counts of fraud, will be deported to his native Italy at the end of his sentence in March.

When reached for comment, Rubino told us that Joe’s deportation was a “terrible injustice” and “a double standard.”

“I feel like this guy was a white collar criminal, paid his debt, and now not only is the judge [deporting him] but there are people rallying around sending him back,” he said.

While Rubino doesn’t have connection to the reality TV family, he told us he thinks Joe is being treated unfairly.

“I think they’re making an example of him and I don’t think he should be made an example of,” he said. “This is somebody who has a big business and he employs people he actually does good for this country.”

The comedian has since been in touch with Gia and Joe’s lawyer.

“They thanked me for waking people up and coming out on a limb,” he said. “They said it’s just so nice to know that there are people out there that feel for them and that are on their side, maybe it boosted them a little and I loved hearing it.”

He pointed out that Gia been receiving negative comments since she re-posted his video and had to disable the comments section as of Friday afternoon.

“She has been attacked so viciously people saying, ‘we’re going to get your racist ass,’ that they’re going to ‘get this girl,’ its disgusting,” Rubino said.

Rubino will continue to be vocal as controversy surrounding their family continues to swirl.

“There is an Italian community out there and we’re going to try and stick together,” he said.

Joe has 30 days to file an appeal on the decision. He is also father to Gabriella, 14, Milania, 13, Audriana, 9.

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