Last Updated on December 4, 2020
In a new video posted to Twitter today, vote counter Ruby Freeman and her daughter, identified by National File as the person who provided the suitcases full of ballots in Georgia, can be seen with green and white spray cans containing an unknown substance, as they work on counting the ballots. Freeman is seen sitting across from her daughter, wearing blue gloves. The video then zooms in as Freeman hands her daughter what appears to be a USB drive, which Freeman’s daughter makes an effort to conceal, as she gets up and walks away from the table.
The video was discovered after Dr. Paul Gosar tweeted the National File article that was posted early this morning, identifying Ruby Freeman as the mother of the woman, seen in a video posted by the Trump Campaign, who brought in suitcases full of ballots that were counted after observers were told to leave.
More evidence from Georgia!
Ruby Freeman passes what looks to be USB on election night while counting votes. pic.twitter.com/vC9CwrLVky
— Justen (@livinginception) December 4, 2020
In another video that was also posted on Twitter, Freeman is wearing a mask and tells her viewers, “I got a lot of work to do y’all, so I’m working seven days a week, but I’m getting it done.”
She then begins to whisper and says “I’m-uh let y’all sit in,” as she flips the camera to show her viewers the entire office room full of boxes of mail-in ballots. “Okay, so that’s what’s going on at Fulton County Voter Registration,” says Freeman. “Sir can I have some work?”
She then sits down at a desk and is given two baskets full of ballots to “work” on by a man which Freeman calls “Dion.” Freeman says “Now I’m back at work, so give me some work.”
At the end of the video Freeman says “Y’all see all this I got here? I got through all this and all these absentee ballots.”