BREAKING: Election Fraud CONFIRMED On Video – Voters Stunned…

Lonny Koons, who was running to unseat Representative Elise Stefanik (R-NY), admitted that the video of him altering voter information on a petition was real.

The shocking video of Koons that was captured by a Stefanik supporter showed him sitting in his car writing on petition forms and appearing to forge signatures to get himself on the ballot to run against Stefanik.

Koons appeared for an interview with Just The News on Friday and claimed that he had simply been “correcting errors and blanks on the petitions.” Of course, no one would believe that story and Koons knew it, so he dropped out of the race.

Koons said, “I know how this looks and because of that and the financial burden I have put myself in I am withdrawing from the race. The implications of those videos goes against everything I stand for and I have to accept that no matter [my] intentions, it will always be viewed as if I were cheating.”

Elise Stefanik’s campaign issued a statement on Koons’s actions saying, “This is a serious crime and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

However, since Koons never turned those petitions in, he will likely not face prosecution for his attempted election fraud. Regardless, this story will make great campaign material for Stefanik as she works to represent New Yorkers.

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