Interesting. The concept of rigged elections is "ludicrous" because it's "impossible," despite that the same articles remark on several known occurrences of election fraud in the US.BBC wrote:"The idea that the US election will be rigged is 'ludicrous,' and "certainly not stolen in the way that Trump has alleged," according to Professor Richard Hasen, an expert in election law. 'We cannot have thousands of people voting 5, 10, or 15 times as he's suggested without it being detected,' he says."
"In 2014, Justin Levitt, a professor at Loyola Law School, found 31 known cases of impersonation fraud. ... Former House Speaker and Republican Newt Gingrich harked all the way back to the Richard Nixon versus JFK 1960 election this weekend, saying no 'serious historian doubts that Illinois and Texas were stolen.' ... 'Douglas Brinkley, a professor of history at Rice University, told CNN it's still 'undetermined issue' among historians.' There were actually recounts in Illinois in 1960. And they didn't find that there was enough fraud to throw the election.'"
"Professor Mayer says the ability of law enforcement authorities, political parties, and the media to monitor such activities in 2016 is 'much, much greater,' so a repeat of 'such stealing of a presidential election, even if it occurred, would be impossible.'"
Stop being ludicrous, whining about impossible things that are known to happen, Mr Trump.BBC wrote:"The businessman-turned-politician has claimed the 8 November election will be 'absolutely rigged' for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. ... 'I'd advise Mr Trump to stop whining and try to make his case to get votes,' Mr Obama said."