Election workers count Fulton County ballots at State Farm Arena on November 4, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Jessica McGowan/Getty Images) ATLANTA - A judge has dismissed conservative cable news channel One America News Network from a defamation lawsuit filed by two Georgia election workers after the two sides reached a settlement.Fulton County election workers Ruby Freeman and Wandrea "Shaye" Moss in December sued OAN, its owners and its chief White House correspondent over debunked claims that the mother-and-daughter pair introduced suitcases of illegal ballots while working as ballot counters at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta in November 2020 and committed other acts of fraud to try to alter the outcome of the presidential election in Georgia.The terms of the settlement agreement were not disclosed, but both sides described it as fair.RELATED: Georgia election workers reach settlement terms with OANFreeman and Moss on Wednesday filed a motion to dismiss OAN from the lawsuit, and U.S.
District Judge Beryl Howell signed off on the dismissal Thursday.The two women had also sued former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for former President Donald Trump, saying he amplified the lies about them during frequent appearances on OAN.
Their claims against Giuliani continue: They filed an amended complaint Wednesday in federal court in Washington.OAN on Monday tweeted a clip from its broadcast with an anchor describing an "updated report from Georgia officials." A voiceover then says state officials "have concluded that there was no widespread voter fraud by election workers who counted ballots at the State Farm Arena in November 2020.