A video has surfaced featuring Ruby Freeman, a key figure from Fulton County’s State Farm Arena on Election Night. Freeman, previously implicated in ballot processing irregularities, is seen in the video making comments that some interpret as racially charged, expressing a reluctance to engage with “white guys.”
As reported by Gateway Pundit on Tuesday, November 14, 2023, the video was released by Harrison Floyd, a former director of Black Voices for Trump, who was indicted alongside 19 others, including then-President Trump, on RICO violations.
Floyd, a Marine Corps veteran, shared the video as part of an effort to shed light on Freeman’s perspectives.
This incident reportedly occurred in Freeman’s home, where individuals sought to help her share information about the 2020 Election in Fulton County. The context of the conversation remains unclear, and further details are expected to emerge
This revelation comes in the wake of persistent allegations of election fraud in Georgia. The Gateway Pundit previously reported on irregularities, including election workers continuing to count ballots after the removal of GOP observers on Election Night.
Despite evidence presented during a Georgia Senate Oversight Committee hearing on December 3, 2020, detailing lapses in election protocol, state officials and mainstream media outlets, including FOX News, have faced criticism for their perceived lack of attention to the matter.
The Gateway Pundit, the first outlet to report on election worker actions at the State Farm Arena, now faces legal action from the individuals featured in the controversial video. The video, replayed by Kanekoa the Great, gained significant traction on social media, reaching millions of views.
Amidst the legal proceedings, questions persist about the legitimacy of the 2020 election in Georgia, with allegations of ballots being rescanned through tabulators and the same set of ballots being counted multiple times.
These claims, originally reported by The Gateway Pundit, have reignited debate over election integrity and the handling of the 2020 election in Fulton County.
As controversies surrounding Georgia’s election persist, it remains to be seen how these latest developments will impact public perception and legal proceedings. The ongoing debate underscores the broader challenges faced in addressing concerns about the electoral process and maintaining public trust in the democratic system