A publicist for rapper Kanye West reportedly traveled to Georgia to meet infamous election worker Ruby Freeman and urged her to admit that she committed election crimes.
Reuters reported that weeks after the 2020 election, a publicist for rapper Kanye West traveled to the suburban home of the infamous election worker Ruby Freeman, who was captured on video committing what many believe to be election crimes involving cases of mail-in ballots during election night.
The publicist, Trevian Kutti, did not give her name to Freeman, but told the election worker that she worked for Kanye West. She explained to Freeman that she was sent there to give her an urgent message: Confess to what many believe were her election crimes, or she would be taken to jail.
Freeman and Kutti went to the police station to discuss the situation, at the recommendation of a Cobb County police officer who was called to keep watch.
“I cannot say what specifically will take place,” Kutti is heard telling Freeman in the police 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.
Kutti offered to get Freeman in contact with a man that had “authoritative powers to get you protection” should she admit to the alleged crimes. Freeman ultimately refused.
Ruby Freeman and her daughter Wandrea ‘Shaye’ Moss were made famous during the heat of the 2020 election when a video surfaced depicting the two pulling out cases of ballots from underneath tables, proceeding to count them after election observers had been ordered to leave the premises due to a “water main break.”
Despite multiple ongoing civil lawsuits, Georgia authorities say neither Freeman nor Moss acted improperly.
National File reported on December 3 that the two, along with Protect Democracy have collaborated to sue The Gateway Pundit after the conservative news powerhouse published photos and videos that The Gateway Pundit, 45th President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and others have suggested show Freeman and Moss committing voter fraud. Georgia authorities say neither Freeman nor Moss acted inappropriately.
However, Protect Democracy is run by a seasoned Democrat operative who served in the Obama administration as associate White House Counsel.