New video emerged on social media that revealed more shocking details surrounding Georgia suitcases saga.

The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft has identified one of the overnight vote counters who pulled out suitcases full of ballots in Fulton County, Georgia, and remained to count votes after observers were sent home, as Ruby Freeman. 

In the footage uncovered by National File, Freeman was seen running the same stack of ballots through a vote tabulation machine multiple times while furtively looking around to see if anyone was watching. These ballots were taken from the now-infamous suitcases hidden under tables.

The outlet identified the supervisor who brought in these mysterious suitcases full of votes as Freeman’s daughter. 

In an Oct. 26 Facebook live stream, Freeman bragged, “Y’all want to know who my new supervisor is over here? It’s my daughter. But I just do what she say do, it’s her show baby, it’s her show. I get it done.”

In a video that recently surfaced on Twitter, Freeman, is seen sitting across from her daughter who has long blonde dreadlocks. Freeman handed her daughter what appears to be a USB drive as her daughter was looking around to see if anyone had taken notice of their behavior and then walked away. 

Former NFL star Herschel Walker posted the video on Twitter, saying that’s “one of the best handoffs” he’s ever seen.

“WOW…it’s time to start holding people accountable! That is one of the best hand-offs I’ve seen and I’ve seen a lot in my football days,” he said.

President Donald Trump saw his leads over Biden in critical swing states simultaneously disappear on the morning of Nov. 4.

Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik pointed out that the suspicious spike of votes for Biden coincidently happened at the same time that ballots found in those mysterious suitcases were counted in Georgia.

“This spike is mathematically impossible without cheating, and it coincidently falls within the same timeline that the new ballots were captured,” Kerik said.

Following the revelation of the suitcases, a group of House Republicans on Friday, Dec. 4, called on Attorney General William Barr to open an investigation into the election fraud in Georgia. 

“We strongly urge you to use your authority as Attorney General to issue a restraining order or temporary injunction preventing organizations from registering illegal and invalid voters in the upcoming election,” they wrote in a letter. “Swift action is needed to ensure that illegal votes do not dilute the rights of legal voters.”