Georgia election worker threatened and pressured to confess to bogus fraud charges

Since the 2020 election, GA election worker, Ruby Freeman and her daughter Wandrea “Shaye” Moss, have faced death threats, been falsely accused by TFG and his Cult of Death and Violence of manipulating votes, forced to move, and even received a visit from Trevian Kutti, a Trump loyalist and publicist for hip-hop artist Kanye West.

Kutti showed up at Freeman’s suburban home on January 4, 2021, ‘to give Freeman an urgent message: confess to Trump’s voter-fraud allegations, or people would come to her home in 48 hours, and she’d go to jail;’ Freeman refused.  Instead, Freeman called 911 and asked a neighbor to come over and talk with the woman at her door.

Kutti told the neighbor that Freeman was in danger and that she’d been sent to provide assistance. Freeman said she was open to meeting them. She asked Cobb County Police to send an officer to keep watch so she could step outside, according to a recording of her 911 call.

“They’re saying that I need help,” Freeman told the dispatcher, referring to the people at her door, “that it’s just a matter of time that they are going to come out for me and my family.”

Reuters obtained video coverage of the two women at the police station through the Public Records Act.

“I cannot say what specifically will take place,” Kutti is heard telling Freeman in the recording. “I just know that it will disrupt your freedom,” she said, “and the freedom of one or more of your family members.”

“You are a loose end for a party that needs to tidy up,” Kutti continued. She added that “federal people” were involved, without offering specifics.

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The ladies have filed suit against The Gateway Pundit, a far-right website that published false information about them as part of a sweeping effort to sow doubt about the integrity of the vote.

The election workers, Ruby Freeman, a retired 911 call center worker, and her daughter, Shaye Moss, allege in the lawsuit that Jim and Joe Hoft, twin brothers who operate and write for The Gateway Pundit, conducted “a campaign of lies” that “instigated a deluge of intimidation, harassment, and threats that has forced them to change their phone numbers, delete their online accounts, and fear for their physical safety.”

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