FBI-Involved Investigation Disproves Marjorie Greene’s False Claims To America

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In cooperation with personnel from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), state authorities in Georgia have conducted — and now completed — an inquiry into the situation surrounding the widely claimed “suitcases” of ballots allegedly inserted into the count at an Atlanta-area tabulation center. To the surprise of few, these investigators completely debunked the claims.

This situation is that which involved the Georgia mother and daughter Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss. Both participated in election work during the 2020 cycle, and both faced abjectly false claims alleging that they were progenitors of fraudulent activity. These claims have been propagated by Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) — the last of whom raised the false claim about “suitcases” in a recent Congressional hearing. Freeman and Moss have faced substantial threats to their safety and lives as the lies about their 2020 actions have spread.

The investigation in Georgia was overseen in part by the State Election Board, and participating investigators included personnel from the office of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, in addition to those FBI staff members. The investigation’s key findings included that social media comments allegedly originating with one of the women and indicating fraud had been committed were fake.

In short, the allegations involved notions like that Freeman and Moss had been involved with putting fraudulent ballots into the totals from Georgia, where Biden won by a very small margin in 2020, helping him secure the presidency. The supposed suitcases that held the supposedly fraudulent votes have been demonstrated to have been normal containers. It was all just bullsh*t.

“We remain diligent and dedicated to looking into real claims of voter fraud,” Raffensperger said in prepared remarks. “We are glad the state election board finally put this issue to rest. False claims and knowingly false allegations made against these election workers have done tremendous harm. Election workers deserve our praise for being on the front lines.” The probe unequivocally put “all allegations” against Freeman and Moss to rest, per some of its findings. Trump himself has also specifically promoted allegations against the women well after leaving office. More information — including the full final report from the investigation — can be accessed at this link.