Eric Coomer posted Antifa manifesto letter to Trump Online
- Post authorBy duongluong
- Post dateNovember 15, 2020
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In 2010 Eric Coomer joined Dominion as Vice President of U.S. Engineering. According to his bio, Coomer graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics.
Eric Coomer was later promoted to Voting Systems Officer of Strategy and Security although Coomer has since been removed from the Dominion page of directors.
Coomer’s bio for a speaker series reads:
Eric entered the elections industry in 2005 as Chief Software Architect at Sequoia Voting Systems. He joined Dominion in 2010 as Vice President of U.S. Engineering, overseeing development and later named Director of Product Strategy and Security to drive the creation of next generation products, while focused on the changing landscape of cybersecurity threats and responses. Eric graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics.
Coomer’s bio continues:
Eric has been an active participant in the development of the IEEE common data format for election systems, as well as the working group for developing standards for Risk-Limiting Audits for election results. When not designing new products, Eric supports large and small-scale customers during Election season.
An interview conducted by Michelle Malkin, Joe Oltman, FEC (Faith Education Commerce) United founder, reveals how he infiltrated Antifa and how during a conversation with Antifa members, he discovered “Eric from Dominion” was allegedly part of the chat during the week of September 27, 2020.
Oltman explained that “Eric” was telling the Antifa members they needed to “keep up the pressure.” When Oltman asked, “Who’s Eric?” someone answered, “Eric, he’s the Dominion guy.” Oltman said that as the conversation continued, someone asked, “What are we gonna do if Fcking Trump wins?” Oltman paraphrased how Eric (the Dominion guy) responded, “Don’t worry about the election, Trump’s not gonna win. I made fcking sure of that!”
After Oltman, who runs a data company, finished the call, he started to investigate “Eric from Dominion,” in Denver, CO., and came upon Eric Coomer. Oltman admitted that it didn’t make sense that Eric Coomer would be the Antifa member on the call and that at the time, he knew nothing about Dominion Voting Systems.
He started hearing about Dominion Voting Systems in the news following the election that he remembered the remarks made by “Eric from Dominion” on the Antifa chat.
Oltman began digging into Eric Coomer, trying to find anything he could about him. Oltman finally hit gold when he was able to (legally) access what he claims is Dominion VP, Eric Coomer’s Facebook page. What he found was stunning. Joe Oltman said he never saw such hate and vitriol coming from someone who has a Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics. Oltman explained to Malkin that Coomer actually re-posted the Antifa manifesto to President Trump on his Facebook page.
In 2017, when Coomer was in Nevada, he mocked President Trump’s Election Integrity Commission on Facebook.
Coomer shared a Washington Post article titled, “The voting commission is a fraud itself. Shut it down.” The article, written by the unhinged Trump hater Jennifer Rubin, was an attack on President Trump’s May 11, 2017, Executive Order on the Establishment of Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
Does a former Dominion Voter Systems VP Eric Coomer has ties to the terrorist group (or idea) known as Antifa?
According to the Conservative Daily Podcast host Joe Oltmann, Dominion Voting Systems co-owner and inventor, Dr. Eric Coomer has made social media posts in the past directly connecting him to Antifa. Dominion Voting is based in Denver, Colorado. Coomer graduated with a Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics from the University of California, Berkeley, and began working in the elections industry in 2005 with a company called Sequoia Voting Systems as their Chief Software Architect. In 2008, after Sequoia was acquired by Dominion, Coomer took the position as the Vice-President of US Engineering, overseeing development in the Denver, Colorado office.
Coomers most recent title was Director of Product Strategy tasked with creating the “next generation” of voting products for Elections departments throughout the world. Coomer is listed as an Inventor on 12 patents registered to Dominion. Social media sleuths captured Coomer’s alleged Facebook posts before his social media accounts were scrubbed when the election controversy involving Dominion Voting machines and software broker. Dominion Voting machines and software were linked to a “glitch,” which caused roughly 6,000 Trump votes to be credited to Biden in a Michigan county and is used in many swing states.
With so many questions swirling about Dominion Voting, there are clearly issues if the co-inventor and owner of that company might be connected to the Antifa (idea, myth, organization, way of life, terrorists…You choose).
According to Oltmann, Coomer’s now-deleted Facebook posts include his sharing songs tilted “Dead Cops,” “Dead Prez,” and “ACAB.” One post of particular interest is a long “statement” from Antifa he shared in June in response to President Trump declaring Antifa a terrorist organization.
Dominion’s vice president Eric Coomer warned in 2016 that vote-counting systems are manipulable
An internet sleuth found Coomer’s Facebook post where he wrote 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,” according to NewsPushed.
We know this is a lie. Presumably, Coomer has access to Dominion’s backend now. What might he and others of such ilk be capable of with such a mindset of hatred?
Twitter removed Oltmann’s account investigating Coomer, his far-left background, and his role at Dominion reported The Gateway Pundit.
Oltmann transmitted all the information he found through Twitter. His Twitter account was suspended on Nov. 12.
Now, it seems, Dominion has hired a public relations firm “for damage control,” reported NewsPushed.
In 2016 Coomer reported in a video that still appears on YouTube that Dominion’s systems are vulnerable.
On that occasion, Sharon Meroni, from the organization Defend the Vote, questioned him about the vote-counting systems, and to whom Coomer affirmed that they could be manipulated.
Meroni pointed out to Coomer, “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?
To which Coomer responded, “‘Vendors, election officials, and others who need to be granted access.”
Meroni exclaimed, “This is explosive
Journalist Jordan Schachtel published several tweets commenting on this case.
“A journalist was suspended by this platform yesterday for surfacing alleged Facebook posts showing Coomer was an antifa supporter and that he appeared to be calling for violence against President Trump,” Schachtel wrote.
Schachtel added, “Dominion has invested in damage control & is taking several steps to bolster its reputation.”
He added, “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.’”