Earlier this month it was revealed that Shaye Moss had been subpoenaed to testify on the election shenanigans pulled by the Democrats in Fulton County.
That includes the fact that Moss sent the press and Republican observers home because counting was over for the night. As soon as they were gone, Moss, her mother, and others pulled suitcases out from hiding and proceeded to count them.
Moss’ mother, Ruby Freeman is also slated to testify but that is behind us all for now as the judge ponders on the possibility of allowing the lawsuit to continue. There is nothing insidious about delaying the testimony because until the judge orders the recount, there is no reason to have them testify. This is not unusual and it could be a while before they do talk because Democrats will likely swamp the court with new requests, many of them will be known to DOA but will be offered in order to delay justice.
Ruby Freeman is especially a target after a video shows her counting the same votes multiple times. She won’t be able to deny doing it, so it will be fun to see how she tries to spin it. Her daughter, Moss was in charge of the counting room and will need to explain why she sent everyone home and then resumed counting with the hidden ballots.
She will also need to provide an explanation as to why they had hidden the ballots until all Republicans and the press were gone.
Martin Walsh at Conservative Brief reported:
A judge has agreed to postpone depositions of election workers in Fulton County, Georgia.
The election workers were set to give depositions after a lawsuit was filed alleging that thousands of fraudulent ballots might have been cast there.
The plaintiffs said they consented to allow the depositions to be rescheduled until after a judge holds a hearing on a motion to dismiss the case, according to a filing submitted to Fulton County Superior Court.
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This agreement, the petitioners said, made a prior filing by the defense moot after attorneys for Fulton County officials asked the court to grant a protective order to postpone the depositions…
…Lawyers for the Fulton County, Georgia Board of Registration and Elections filed a last-minute motion to the court to dismiss the election fraud case brought by Garland Favorito and others before the forensic audit is launched.