The voter fraud case in Fulton County, Georgia is heating up as several election workers are being called into court to give depositions regarding questionable actions taken during the counting of the ballots from the 2020 election.
Court documents have been released which show that election worker Ruby Freeman and Fulton County Elections Supervisor Wandrea Shaye Moss, her daughter, will be appearing to give depositions in the case of suspected ballot manipulation on November 3, 2020.
You may remember Freeman and Moss from the viral video of Georgia election workers moving suitcases filled with ballots out from underneath tables in the ballot processing center after election observers and the media were sent home. The reason given for sending everyone home was that counting was going to be halted due to a “water main break,” though investigations of the matter determined that it was just an overflowing urinal in the men’s room.
According to reporting by The Gateway Pundit, “Ruby Freeman was caught on tape running the same stack of suspect ballots through the machines multiple times.”
Here is the video of Freeman (in purple) and Moss (in a white jacket):
Not only are they supposed to give a deposition, the court has also ordered that election workers produce in court the thumb drives used on election night, and other electronic devices used during the ballot counting process.
According to reporting by One America News, “The lawsuit alleges election workers violated state rules on the handling of mail-in ballots, thus enabling fraud and altering election outcomes.”
Former New Jersey Senate candidate Tricia Flanagan shared images of the court documents in a post on Twitter, writing: “Ruby Freeman’s daughter & Election Supervisor Wandrea Shaye Moss has been subpoenaed for a deposition in Fulton County.”
— Tricia Flanagan (R-NJ) (@NewDayForNJ) June 5, 2021
Freeman will give her deposition on June 11, while Shaye Moss will appear on June 10.
Attorneys in the case expect that the court will order a full forensic audit of Georgia’s 2020 election.