Remember the mother/daughter pair in Fulton County who were caught with suitcases of ballots on election night?
They have both finally been subpoenaed for their activities during the election counting process in Fulton County, Georgia!
Ruby Freeman, Shaye’s mother, was filmed jamming suspicious ballots into voting machines multiple times on November 3rd.
The daughter of Ruby Freeman, Wandrea Shaye Moss, also well known as the woman in Fulton County, Georgia caught on video repeatedly scanning the same batches of ballots, has JUST BEEN SET TO BE DEPOSED! pic.twitter.com/aXngi9HU5j
— 🇺🇸⭐ Just Keep Livin’ Free ⭐🇺🇸 (@hummingbirdJKL) June 5, 2021
Shaye Moss’s claim to election fraud fame is kicking everyone out of the room – including GOP poll workers- and telling them to go home when votes were being counted.
Andrea Shaye Moss subpoenaed to testify on ballots hidden in suitcases.https://t.co/OCkisVR3Vg
— David J Harris Jr (@DavidJHarrisJr) June 6, 2021
After kicking everyone out, Shaye and Ruby brought out hidden boxes and suitcases filled with ballots from under tables and ran them through the machines.
The apple doesn’t seem to fall far from the tree!
Allegedly a pipe burst and flooded the State Farm Arena tabulation center, causing everyone to go home.
But we all knew that wasn’t true!
Here is how Twitter is reacting:
It's about damn time!!https://t.co/c4iYfQXXNt
— Meg from SoCal (@meg_socal) June 6, 2021
— DC Live (@DCLive_45) June 6, 2021
Ruby Freeman busted in Georgia audit deposition. She’s gonna sing like a bird 🐦 pic.twitter.com/evB9yTNfJl
— STEW (@StewVet) June 6, 2021
The Epoch Times has more on this developing story:
Several election workers in Fulton County, Georgia, are scheduled to be deposed in the coming days in a lawsuit that alleges thousands of fraudulent ballots were scanned in Atlanta on election night in 2020.
Ruby Freeman, her daughter Wandrea Moss, Caryn Ficklin, and Keisha Dixon were served with notices to appear for depositions in the case, according to court records.
Freeman and Moss were two of the workers in the absentee ballot counting room at State Farm Arena, when ballots were processed for some time on Nov. 3, 2020, with no observers, including no state election monitor.
Freeman is scheduled to be deposed on June 11. She was advised to bring a thumb drive containing images of all communications she made between Jan. 1, 2020, and Dec. 31, 2020, regarding the presidential election, according to a court document obtained by The Epoch Times. The communications include messages sent by cellphones, through email, on Snapchat, and over Facebook.
She was also told to bring all electronic devices she utilized during the same timeframe.
Moss, who was given similar orders, is slated to appear on June 10.
Dixon helped register voters while Ficklin works for the county.
Robert Cheeley, who is representing some of the plaintiffs in the case, asked for the depositions. Cheeley didn’t respond to repeated requests by The Epoch Times for comment, including a message left at his office with a secretary.
A Fulton County spokesperson declined to comment.
“Our position is that that’s premature. We want to get to the inspection and then we’ll figure out who we want to depose,” Garland Favorito, an election observer who is one of the petitioners, told people in an online chat over the weekend.
“I think it would nail down some of the issues, some of the things that are still unanswered at State Farm Arena. I think that’s [Cheeley’s] intent.”
Petitioners in the case asserted in December 2020 that election workers failed to comply with state laws governing the treatment of absentee ballots. That failure “created two classes that had two different standards” when it came to mail-in ballots, they alleged.
A county official told news outlets and people in a ballot counting room at roughly 11 p.m. on election night that counting was done for the evening, but workers soon resumed processing ballots. Republican observers said they left because of the announcement and a state election monitor was absent for 82 minutes, according to Gabriel Sterling, an official with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office.
Sterling later said there was “managerial sloppiness” and “chain of custody” issues in the county, although county officials insisted nothing untoward happened.
Petitioners received low-resolution images of ballots in the case, but have more recently sought images that are at a quality of 600 dots per inch or higher. Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero agreed to the request last month, but postponed the taking of new images after county agencies filed motions to dismiss the case.
A hearing on the motions will take place on June 21.
President Trump even had words to say about Ruby Freeman!
The Gateway Pundit has more on President Trump’s musings on Freeman:
Then, President Trump dropped THIS BOMB — Ruby Freeman and her comrades manufactured 18,000 fraudulent votes for Joe Biden in the State Farm Center after ALL election observers were sent home for the night.
Here is the text:
President Trump: We have at least 18,000, that’s on tape. We had them counted very painstakingly. 18,000 voters having to with BEEP (Ruby Freeman). She’s a vote scammer, a professional vote scammer and hustler.BEEP (Ruby Freeman) that is the tape that is shown all over the world. It makes everybody look bad, you, me and everybody else. Number one, they said very clearly, and it’s been reported that they said that there’s a water main break. Everybody fled the area. And then they came back. BEEP (Ruby Freeman) and her daughter and a few people. There were no Republican poll watchers. Actually, there were no Democrat poll watchers. I guess they were them. But there were no Democrats either. And no law enforcement. Early in the morning they went to the table with the black robe, the black shield and they pulled out the votes. Those votes were put there a number of hours before. Brad, you would know. It was probably eight hours, or seven hours before, and then it was stuffed with votes. They weren’t in an official voter boxes they were in what looked to be suitcases, or trunks, or suitcases. But they weren’t in voter boxes. The minimum number they could be because they watched it certified in slow motion, instant replay, if you can believe it, and it was magnified many times over, and the minimum it was was 18,000 ballots all for Biden.
The Gateway Pundit was first to identify Ruby Freeman, her daughter Shaye Moss and supervisor Ralph Jones, Sr. in the suitcase fraud scandal that was caught on tape and went viral online.
That is more than enough votes to flip the state of Georgia.
We have a clip from Rumble showing the voter fraud taking place in Fulton County, with President Trump speaking to the “professional vote scammer” Freeman:
Watching the clip, it is obvious something suspicious is occurring.
Yet the mainstream media plays this as nothing to see here, folks!
The question on a lot of our minds- where was the FBI?
https://t.co/fwJqfO06r7 WHERE WAS FBI?
— Waite (@Waite35860998) June 7, 2021
We’ve only brushed the tip of the election fraud iceberg in Georgia.
Let’s hope this lawsuit helps crumble voter fraud for good.