American Action News had the opportunity to speak with Joe Oltmann, the Founder and CEO of FEC (Faith, Education, and Community United).
Oltmann ignited a firestorm of speculation over unsubstantiated claims about electronic voting software companies like Dominion in the 2020 election. Here’s what he told us in an exclusive interview:
Oltmann says he went undercover in Antifa conference calls and reportedly found journalists deeply connected to the left-wing domestic terror organization, who then proceeded to use their power in the media to attack FEC United. He alleges to have uncovered through his research a man named Eric Coomer. Coomer is a vice president in charge of security at Dominion Voting Systems and — according to Oltmann — inexorably linked to Antifa. Oltmann accused Coomer of stating that “I made sure he won’t f***ing win the election,” referencing reported President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. President Trump still has legal challenges pending.
Oltmann also says he discovered that Coomer had a lengthy history online and often shared radical, anti-American sentiments, including the acronym ACAB (All Cops Are Bastards) and the Antifa Manifesto.
Big tech swiftly moved to censor Oltmann, despite previously letting rumors and innuendo from the laughable Steele Dossier spread like wildfire.
Twitter banned his account under the pretenses that he was using multiple accounts to harass people, which Oltmann denied. The mainstream media ostracized him, too, in stark contrast to their reporting on anything that could undermine President Trump no matter how questionable the source.
Life for Oltmann is now anything but secure. After going public, he says he fled his home town, his family hired guards, and people with binoculars started to watch his house.