A delicious treat today from the NY Times no less. They had a long article about our hero Joe Oltmann as well as the enemy Eric Coomer. A proposed drinking game: drink every time the press, including the Times, paints Coomer as a victim who gets death threats. Oltmann gets the same threats without the mention -- or that he’s spent $250k in legal fees, had to give up being CEO of his company, and had to line his bed with steel plates in case someone tries to shoot at him during the night.
The Times piece was jokingly slanted, of course, but to make Coomer sound like a victim they had to get him to come clean about his past which includes a DUI arrests, addiction to heroin, being a skinhead in the ‘90s and being Antifa-friendly Trump-hater. Oltmann had claimed he had screen shots of Coomer’s psychotic Facebook posts which Coomer had always denied - Coomer now admits he did post those things. So we know Coomer lied at least about that. Some measure of justice anyway.
"In my opinion, there are too many people asking for 'full forensic audits.'Such products take an extended period of time and get mired in all sorts of political and legal wrangling.But the sales pitch has been effectively disseminated, and people are buying it.I much prefer the canvassing approach, because it puts the control back into the hands of the people and it's far faster at proving the fraud.Here are some simple questions to illustrate my position...Which strategy did Arizona politIcians stop early on, and which strategy did they allow to proceed?Which strategy produces direct evidence of election fraud, and which strategy produces indirect evidence?Which strategy produces revenue for the election audit industry, and which strategy empowers the people to take back our country?When a canvasser finds an empty lot that voted, or a dead person who voted, or someone who moved away years ago that voted, they KNOW right then that election fraud is real. They tell their friends, and the demand for action swells.When you win the fierce battle and find the funds to start a "full forensic audit" you get to sit on your hands and wait for months for an uncertain outcome.You can start canvassing the minute you get your shoes on. Starting in your own neighborhood.Don't get distracted by the sales pitch. Stay on task. We only have a limited time to fix this."