What a difference a few short months and a whole lot of damning publicity make.
Fulton County was again in the spotlight after Tucker Carlson focused on election irregularities there, in a report on his Fox News program Wednesday night.
Yesterday we reported:
Today, in stark contrast to his earlier position, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who previously claimed that there was no fraud in the Georgia elections, is now making his case for the dismissal of Fulton County’s elections director Rick Barron and registration chief Ralph Jones.
Raffensperger called for Barron and Jones to be fired, tweeting this morning,
“Fulton County’s continued failures have gone on long enough with no accountability. Rick Barron and Ralph Jones, Fulton’s registration chief, must be fired and removed from Fulton’s elections leadership immediately. Fulton’s voters and the people of Georgia deserve better.”
JUST IN – Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, who is responsible for the certification of election results, calls for Fulton County election officials to be fired. https://t.co/vb4GmrazXk
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) July 15, 2021
On June 6th, 100 Percent Fed Up reported,
On Election night, like multiple swing states across America, Donald Trump was ahead and winning the state of Georgia when in the wee hours of the morning, suddenly and inexplicably, Joe Biden took the lead in critical must-win states.
Incredibly, while critical battleground states were supposedly taking a break from counting ballots, the vote count for Joe Biden, who campaigned almost exclusively from his basement, skyrocketed.
In Fulton County, GA, the counting of ballots was stopped when it was announced that a water main break in the State Farm Arena.
Fulton County Registration chief Ralph Jones and his team of “election workers” told elections observers to leave the counting room over an alleged water main break in the facility at 6 am.
Correction: the original article incorrectly stated the time of the water break.
Ralph Jones told local Atlanta news channel 11Alive that a water main broke at the State Farm Arena.
Local WVLT8 reported: Nearly 40,000 absentee ballots will not be counted for the state of Georgia until at least Wednesday after a water main break, Fulton County officials said.
After election observers and media left the absentee ballot counting room in the State Farm Arena, election workers began to pull large black boxes on wheels out from under tables and wheeled them over to the tables where ballots were being tabulated by workers.
A CCTV video (below) shows what happened after the media and election observers left. The video, shows the black-wheeled boxes being taken out from under tables and then delivered to the tables where workers were running ballots through the tabulators. The surveillance video was used as evidence during a public hearing with the GA Senate Judiciary Committee on December 3, 2020.
Election worker Ruby Freeman (the woman wearing purple, as identified by the Gateway Pundit) and her daughter, Fulton County Elections Supervisor Wandrea Shea Moss (wearing a white jacket with long braids), can both be seen in the video below moving black boxes around the room after others were told to leave.
Watch the video starting at about the 5:00 mark:
Georgia Republican Party Chair David Shafer tweeted about the curious incident, confirming that Fulton County election officials told the media and election observers that they were “shutting down the tabulation center at State Farm Arena at 10:30 PM on election night only to continue counting ballots in secret until 1:00 AM.
In a second tweet, Shafer reiterated that Fulton County election officials continued to “unlawfully” resume the counting of ballots after kicking observers and media out of the room.
No one disputes that Fulton County elections officials falsely announced that the counting of ballots would stop at 10:30 p.m. No one disputes that Fulton County elected officials unlawfully resumed the counting of ballots after our observers left the center.
— David Shafer (@DavidShafer) November 10, 2020
Frances Watson, chief investigator for Georgia’s SOS later claimed workers and media left on their own and did not refute the claim that counting continued after they left.
Local attorney Paul Dzikowski sent a letter to the state asking for all information about the water main break to be sent to him under the Georgia Open Records Act. The only records sent to Dzikowski were text messages between a state worker and Atlanta Hawks Sr. Vice President Geoffrey Stiles.
Stiles responded to the so-called “water main break” in the State Farm facility in a text message. The Atlanta Hawks Sr. Vice President called it a “slow leak” that was “contained quickly,” noting that the entire incident was “highly exaggerated.”
As it turned out, after an investigation into the “water main break,” it was determined that the counting of ballots was shut down over a urinal that overflowed in the men’s bathroom.
Now, Wandrea Shay Moss, the daughter of Ruby Freeman, seen in the infamous video that Facebook fact-checkers worked overtime to debunk, has been issued a subpoena.
The tweet, from a now-suspended account, looked like this:
In addition to a videotaped deposition, the Fulton County Superior Court documents ask for a thumb drive, and all electronic devices used to communicate by Shaye-Moss from January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2020.
At about the 2:10 mark, Ruby’s daughter, Wandrea can be seen sitting down and talking to her while she processes absentee ballots:
Ruby bragged about her election supervisor daughter “giving that look to employees,” on social media.
After the Gateway Pundit identified Ruby Freeman as the woman in the purple t-shirt working at the State Farm Arena with her daughter, election supervisor Wandrea, conservative journalist Carolyn Ryan scheduled an interview with Freeman. Shortly after the scheduled interview, Ruby Freeman backed out.
In the second video below, Ryan explains:
As I mentioned, I did reach out to Ruby to get a comment directly from her—to hear her side of the story. She even screenshotted some of the messages that she’s been getting.
I wanted to ask her, ‘Were, in fact, those ballots inside the suitcases? Were you guys counting those ballots after other poll workers went home? And if so, why?
Ruby initially responded, she said she was getting a lot of negative comments, and she agreed to do an interview with me—to tell her side of the story.
She and her daughter have a lot of explaining to do.
About 45 minutes after that, she reversed her decision. She said it’s probably best not to do the interview with me. She said that she really needed to focus on getting a lawyer.
She and her daughter have a lot of questions to answer from obviously the press and public, but more importantly than that, investigators.
Will justice ever be served for Ruby and her daughter?
A phone call with President Trump and Georgia’s horrible Republican Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger that was recorded was shared with the public after they accused him of pressuring Raffensperger to investigate the voter fraud in his state. In the audio that’s been partially redacted, he appears to be calling out Ruby Freeman for her part in the alleged scandal.
Here’s a partial transcript of the call:
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 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.
Here’s the audio recording of the call: