In a whirlwind of events surrounding the Trump Georgia case, Trevian Kutti emerges as a significant player. The indictment reveals that Harrison Floyd, the leader of Black Voices for Trump, recruited Kutti, a publicist by profession, to travel from Chicago to Atlanta.
With a covert mission, Kutti was tasked to approach Ruby Freeman under the guise of a “crisis manager.” Her objective? To potentially sway Freeman’s testimony related to the 2020 presidential election.
The Pressure on Freeman and Public Outcry
While Kutti asserts her mission was to provide protection, allegations suggest a more sinister intention. She reportedly urged Freeman to admit to committing voter fraud, a narrative that Trump and his supporters amplified post his electoral defeat.
Adding weight to her persuasion, Kutti hinted at severe consequences, particularly legal troubles, if Freeman refused to play ball. The spotlight shone on Kutti’s actions in 2021 when Freeman went public with these accusations.
Touting herself as a “Young Black Leadership Council member under President Donald Trump,” Kutti also flaunted purported connections to celebrities, including rapper Kanye West. However, these claims stand on shaky ground, as West’s representatives have categorically denied any association.
The indictment doesn’t just single out Kutti; it points fingers at Floyd and Stephen Cliffgard Lee as collaborators in this alleged scheme. Yet, despite the mounting evidence and media scrutiny, the trio has chosen to remain tight-lipped, refusing to comment on the accusations.