A public journalist for Kanye West is said to have tried to pressure a Georgia election officer to falsely admit to allegations of voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
It is according to a New report from Reuters, which says that Trevian Kutti, who has worked as a publicity journalist for West and says she’s now his director of operations, went to the home of Georgia election officer Ruby Freeman in October. 1 in 2021 after former President Donald Trump falsely accused Freeman of illegally counting votes. Kutti told Freeman she was sent by a “high-ranking individual” but did not mention West.
Freeman was facing death threats at the time, and Kutti has stated that she is there to help. But according to ReutersFreeman phoned the police, saying Kutti told her “they’re going out for me and my family.” They finally met at a police station, and body camera footage obtained by Reuters shows Kutti told Freeman “you’re a loose end to a party that needs to be cleaned up” and something will happen “that will disrupt your freedom.”
Kutti and Freeman are said to have spoken privately after which Kutti phoned a man identified as Harrison Ford (not to be confused with the actor) and pressured her to confess to the election fraud allegations. fake trio. Freeman said that Kutti warned, “If you don’t tell everything, you’ll end up in jail.” After growing suspicious, Freeman is said to have called an officer and ended the conversation.
West expressed support for Trump and met him at the White House in 2018. The rapper, who is running for president in 2020, said in a recent interview that he still supports Trump. “I still wear the red hat today” West said, referring to Trump’s Make America Great Again hat. “I’ll tell you that. I may not understand, but I’ll tell you where I stand with it.”
https://theweek.com/kanye-west/1007943/kanye-west-publicist-reportedly-demanded-georgia-election-worker-confess-to Journalist Kanye West asked Georgia election staff to confess false voter fraud allegations