The Dominion Software Systems which is responsible for the “glitches” and other “irregularities” in the 2020 election are now attempting a “cover-up.” According to reports, the Vice President of Engineering for Dominion Voting, Dr. Eric Coomer, is being scrubbed from the internet, and they have hired a public relations firm for damage control after he was caught redhanded. Don’t miss this.
Eric Coomer is one of the names that will go down in infamy. He is also someone Dominion Software Systems would love to forget. Coomer is being scrubbed from the internet over two issues that Dominion recognizes are huge problems they hope to distance themselves from.
The first is an interview he gave in 2016. Coomer was asked if it was possible to bypass election systems software and go directly to the data tables that manage systems running elections in Illinois.
His response was, “Yes, if they have access.”
Coomer was speaking with Sharon Meroni, of “Defend the Vote.”
“Bypassing the election systems software means whoever has access can potentially manipulate the vote without many risks of detection. So the question needs to be asked, who has access to these data tables?” Meroni reports.
“We asked Dr. Coomer that question. Dr. Coomer replied, ‘Vendors, election officials, and others who need to be granted access.’”
“This is explosive information,” Meroni adds. “Dr. Coomer’s statement is an admission that various vendors, election officials, and others have access to the back end data tables that permit bypassing the operating system’s configuration.”
It is notable that when someone accesses these systems from a data table, their actions are not logged by the system; thereby making detection much more problematic. This contradicts Dr. Coomer’s assurances that the system is secure.
That was back in 2016. Fast forward to 2020 and what do we find? Our presidential election has become fraught with statistical anomalies with reports of “glitches” that go in favor of the Democrats.
Here’s the video of Coomer admitting to the huge issues with Dominion:
Then, there’s Coomer’s affiliation with Antifa and his hatred of President Donald Trump.
Investigative journalist Jordan Schachtel posted on the Coomer debacle: “A journalist was suspended by this platform [Twitter] yesterday for surfacing alleged Facebook posts showing Coomer was an Antifa supporter and that he appeared to be calling for violence against President Trump.”
“Dominion has invested in damage control & is taking several steps to bolster its reputation. They have revamped their entire website in order to address ‘rumors,’ while actively scrubbing the internet of any mention of Coomer. Clearly, they have hired a PR firm to do this work,” Schachtel added.
Dominion has invested in damage control & is taking several steps to bolster its reputation. They have revamped their entire website in order to address "rumors," while actively scrubbing the internet of any mention of Coomer. Clearly, they have hired a PR firm to do this work.
— Jordan Schachtel (@JordanSchachtel) November 13, 2020
Another internet sleuth allegedly found Coomer’s Facebook post on Antifa:
Coomer writes that President Trump is a “fascist” and that he represents the “worse of humanity.” He also claims Antifa is not an organization and has no “structure.” We know this is a lie.
Antifa is extremely organized. Former members have come forward to discuss the lengths these domestic terrorists go to protect their anonymity. They vet those who wish to join their organization.
Eric Coomer had no business having access to computer systems that had the ability to hack the election. The guy appears to be a zealot who believes Antifa is the answer. So, the question is how far would he go to alter the election when he sees the president as Adolf Hitler?
Eric Coomer, his statements on Dominion, and his own politics are extremely relative to the 2020 election. He is part of what lawyers call the “preponderance of the evidence.”
Cornell Law website: “Under the preponderance standard, the burden of proof is met when the party with the burden convinces the fact finder that there is a greater than 50% chance that the claim is true.”
When you take into account all the hundreds of sworn statements of alleged election fraud, the known computer glitches, and add Eric Coomer, the burden of proof is met. This means courts have reason to hear these cases and find remedies if they agree election fraud happened.
That’s why it is our duty as citizens to pass on this information. Only when the majority of Americans recognize this election had the potential for systemic fraud, can we then right the wrong in the courts and begin to heal.