Georgia election workers sue Rudy Giuliani after his lies about them result in nonstop threats
Rudy Giuliani (Screen cap).

Two election workers in Georgia are suing former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and the One America News network for lying about them rigging the 2020 election for President Joe Biden.

In a new lawsuit flagged by Politico's Kyle Cheney, Wandrea “Shaye” Moss and her mother, Ruby Freeman, documented the harassment and threats they've been subjected to after Giuliani and OAN falsely accused them of manipulating ballots in the Peach State.

"On multiple occasions, strangers camped out at Ms. Freeman's home and/or knocked on her door," the lawsuit states. "When Ms. Freeman was not home or would not answer the door, these strangers would sometimes also harass her neighbors. Strangers were coming to her home so frequently that the local police agreed to add her address to their patrols in the area."

The complaint also said the FBI advised Freeman to vacate her home throughout most of January 2021 lest she be endangered by angry Trump supporters. She ultimately took the FBI's advice and did not return home for two months.

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The lawsuit tells a similar story about what happened to Moss, and it claims that "on at least two occasions, strangers showed up at her grandmother's home and attempted to push into the house in order to make a 'citizens' arrest.' On these occasions, Ms. Moss's grandmother, who is in her mid-seventies, called her in a panic, confused and scared for her safety."

Moss and Freeman earlier this month filed a lawsuit against the Gateway Pundit website, which also published false claims about them stealing the election for Biden.