Serious allegations of electoral fraud in Georgia now involve Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who led Dominion Voting System Vice President Eric Coomer to defend last-minute changes to the vote-counting machines.

Coomer made a “critical software change” to the machines “without proper testing or certification by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission,” The Gateway Pundit reported Nov. 24. 

These changes were made shortly before early voting began on Oct. 12, and they were sued by Georgia attorneys, who asked that the risky machines be replaced with paper ballots.

It was here that Raffensperger intervened, calling Coomer to testify for him in the state’s defense.

In this case, David Cross, an attorney for the plaintiffs, argued that a critical change in the software highlighted the vulnerability of the system. 

“This is much bigger than we thought,” Cross told District Judge Amy Totenberg. “It’s hard to imagine a more troubling scenario,” according to The Gateway Pundit.

It’s troubling that Coomer has been labeled a sociopath who hates President Trump and his followers, belonging to the radical leftist antifa movement, according to Joe Oltmann.

Oltmann believes Coomer is mentally ill and a sociopath and recalls that he said, “Don’t worry about the election, Trump is not going to win. I made sure of that,” according to The Gateway Pundit. 

Joe Oltmann is the founder of Faith Education Commerce United, a movement that defends “the freedom guaranteed by the United States Constitution.”

This version is ratified by the Twitter user @hppyjesusfreak, in one of his messages.

“2017 DR. ERIC COOMER EXPLAINS HOW TO ALTER THE VOTES IN THE DOMINION’S VOTING SYSTEM THIS SEEMS ABSOLUTELY MATURE TO FRAUD,” tweeted @hppyjesusfreak.

He added Coomer’s quote: “Don’t worry about the election, Trump is not going to win, I’m damn sure of that!” Dr. Eric Coomer is vice president of engineering for the Dominion Voting Company of America.

He also attached the video in which Coomer explains how to alter the election results by manipulating his company’s machines. 

Earlier, in 2016, Sharon Meroni, from the organization Defend the Vote, asked Coomer about the operation of Dominion’s machines, and he said that they can be manipulated.

Meroni told Coomer, “Bypassing the election systems software means that whoever has access can manipulate the vote without much risk of detection. So you have to ask yourself, who has access to these data tables?”

To which Coomer responded, “Vendors, election officials, and others who should be granted access.” Meroni exclaimed, “This is explosive information!” 

Research indicates that hundreds of thousands of votes have been diverted from President Donald Trump to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden through Dominion’s systems, and millions more votes may have been destroyed.

It appears that Dominion Voting System is part of a vast network of international electoral interference, and if true, the suspicions involve many high-profile personalities in U.S. politics.