Ruby Freeman of LaRuby’s Unique Treasures identified surrounding suitcase ballot fraud incident in Georgia


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(Natural News) After Team Trump published video footage on Wednesday showing that four people stayed behind to continue counting ballots in private after poll watchers were sent home in Georgia on election night, it was reported that one of the participants, who was seen hauling out hidden suitcases full of ballots, has now been identified.

Ruby Freeman, CEO of LaRuby’s Unique Treasures, was the infamous woman in purple who, after eyewitnesses left the room, proceeded to pull out suitcases full of ballots, which she proceeded to count while no election monitors were present to observe her.

This occurred not long after the poll workers were sent home from the State Farm Arena tabulation center in Atlanta at 10:25pm on election night. A few remaining “workers,” Freeman included, stayed behind to count mystery ballots that they pulled out of hiding to skew the vote in Joe Biden’s favor.

You can watch the damning footage at this link.

As we reported, poll watchers were told to go home at 10:25pm due to an alleged “pipe burst” that never actually happened. It was all a lie to get the observers out of the room so the fraud could commence.

At the time of the incident, Freeman was wearing a prominently purple shirt that had her business name on it. Freeman did this for local news crews that were there earlier in the evening to film a segment, believing that she would get free local advertising, which she certainly did.

Freeman also placed a purse on the table that similarly bore the name of her business, once again confirming her identity.

In the surveillance footage that was captured by State Farm Arena cameras, Freeman was seen later the next morning in the same purple shirt carting out the suitcases to begin counting. Several other individuals, including a man in a red shirt, were also seen, though their identities are currently unknown.

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Will Bill Barr, local Georgia police pursue prosecution against Ruby Freeman?

Internet sleuths were quickly able to identify Freeman from her LinkedIn page, which lists her as the CEO of LaRuby’s Unique Treasures, located in Fayetteville, GA. A description of Freeman’s business reads:

“Boutique specializing in Unique ladies accessories and apparel. men Apparel soon to come. This is an experience come and check me out. You won’t regret it. We cater to ages 13 to 93.”

Further confirming that Freeman was, in fact, the ballot counter in question who sneaked out the suitcases full of ballots after the poll watchers went home were various fans of Freeman who commented on her LinkedIn page that they saw her on television.

For everyone out there still claiming that there is “no evidence” of election fraud, what do you call this? Why would Freeman and the other ballot counters who were present sneak out suitcases full of ballots after everyone who was there to monitor them had just been told to go home because of a pipe burst?

“These machines can process about 3,000 ballots an hour. You have multiple machines there, and they were there for two hours. So you do the math: How many ballots went through those machines in those two hours when there was no one there to supervise, to be present, consistent with your statutes and rules to supervise the tabulation?” asked the narrator of the Team Trump video who had analyzed the footage.

“We believe that could easily be, and probably is certainly, beyond the margin of victory in this race.”

Attorney Sidney Powell is also fighting voter fraud, and you can support her work at DefendingTheRepublic.org.

Sources for this article include:

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