(Tea Party PAC) – It appears that the folks from Dominion Voting System, the company at the receiving end of some damning statements from independent attorney Sidney Powell in her quest to root out corruption and fraud amid the 2020 general election, haven’t done a great job at covering their tracks.
In fact, it seems that not only have employees from the voting software and machine firm been participating in calls with radical, far-left protesters…they’ve also been bragging about the company’s crooked efforts.
As Infowars explains, a right-wing activist who was able to infiltrate a conference call with leaders for Antifa and other radical groups has come forward with his account of having heard an employee of Dominion claim to have “made f—cking sure” President Donald Trump would not win re-election.
Joe Oltmann, founder of Faith Education Commerce United, claims to have joined the call on September 27, 2020, where he overheard the comments.
He was trying to infiltrate Antifa and other radical groups and seems to have stumbled across a much bigger fish, as it so happens.
He claims that the activists on the call told him they were joined by one “Eric from Dominion,” who Oltmann later said he was able to confidently identify as Eric Coomer (pictured at top).
When one of the call participants asked, “What are we gonna do if f—king Trump wins?”
Coomer replied, as Oltmann tells it, “Don’t worry about the election, Trump’s not gonna win. I made f—king sure of that!”
Oh, but you won’t hear his name in the mainstream media, will you?
As they continue to try to gaslight the American public, corporate news media insists that Joe Biden is the official president-elect.
Meanwhile, various explosive court battles in key swing states beg to differ, causing Big Tech censors and cable news anchors alike to desperately try to bury our heads in the sand.
Are you going to let that happen? Or are you going to seek out the truth and speak out so that our country can be saved from these radical plotters?
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