Earlier this month, Gateway Pundit reported that Shaye Moss was subpoenaed in Georgia for her activities in the 2020 election in Fulton County.
Shaye Moss was famous for kicking everyone out of the room where votes were counted in Fulton County and telling observers to go home. Then Shaye and others including Ralph Jones and her mother Ruby Freeman dragged hidden boxes of ballots out from underneath tables and started running them through the machines. Ruby Freeman was caught on tape running the same stack of suspect ballots through the machines multiple times:
Shae’ mother Ruby Freeman was also subpoenaed and served papers to testify.
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Last week Georgia Elections analyst Garland Favorito told TGP reporter Jordan Conradson that it was likely the new motions by the Fulton County attorneys to challenge the audit of ballots in the county would likely delay the depositions of Ruby and her daughter until after the motions are resolved.
A judge on Thursday agreed to postpone the depositions of election workers in Fulton County, Georgia.
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.
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.
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