Ex-Fulton County election worker Wandrea ArShaye ‘Shaye’ Moss told the Jan. 6 committee that she has received a barrage of harassment and threats after Rudy Giuliani accused her of passing along a USB connected to fake votes that she says was a ginger mint.
‘It’s turned my life upside down,’ Moss said, adding that she hardly leaves the house, gained 60 lbs and oftentimes wouldn’t even introduce herself using her real name.
‘A ginger mint,’ Moss said.
‘As a result, I have been threatened and harassed. One stranger told me: ‘Be glad [it’s] 2020 and not 1920.’ Others told me I should hang alongside my mom for committing treason. My son received some of those threats.’
Freeman, Moss’ mother, also said in recorded testimony played at the hearing Tuesday that she doesn’t feel safe anywhere.
Moss told the committee that she had gone into election administration because her grandmother impressed upon her that black people had not always had the right. She said she’d been forced to leave the job due to the threats and harassment she received.
The woman even said that a mob of protesters had broken into her grandmother’s home with the intent of performing a ‘citizen’s arrest.’
Moss and her mother’s defamation lawsuit was filed in December in federal court in Washington, D.C.
This is an excerpt from The Daily Mail.