Trevian Cotey, Kanye West’s public relations officer, tried to pressure an election official in Georgia early this year after Donald Trump’s allegations of fraud during the 2020 presidential election, according to Bodycam photos of a policewoman who was part of the conversation who was present and who is now navigating around the scientist. It sounds like “we don’t want to scare you” during the conversation. “But we have a plan to get you to safety.”
After the 2020 presidential election, then-President Donald Trump falsely claimed that election results had been rigged in several states. One of those countries was Georgia. Because of Trump’s accusations, some state election officials have received dozens of threats from Trump supporters.
Robbie Freeman was one of those election officials. It now appears that on January 4, 2021, she was contacted by Travian Cotey, Kanye West’s public relations officer, who himself has been a short-term presidential candidate and is also a staunch Trump supporter. In that conversation, Coty offered her help because she was “in great danger”. That conversation was recorded by the body camera of the officer who was present during the confrontation.
According to Freeman, later when the officer left them alone, Kotey asked her to admit that the election results had been tampered with in exchange for protection. Freeman hangs up, only to find out later that Coty had an affair with Kanye West. West – who recently lived his life as “Ye” – has yet to comment on the photos.
Previous calls revealed how Trump personally lobbied election officials in Georgia to adjust the election results in his favour. Several lawsuits ultimately indicated that there was no electoral fraud.
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