GOP election lawyer: ‘Almost impossible’ to rig election

A veteran Republican election attorney says it's "almost impossible" to rig a presidential election.

Mark Braden, a longtime election lawyer, told The Hill that individual states and counties run their own respective elections, making it very difficult to conduct a national-scale rigging.


“The counting of votes in the United States is generally done precinct by precinct,” Braden told The Hill.

“You can envision and see occasionally people buggering a precinct, but how exactly do you get this vast conspiracy nationwide? And the answer is, unless you believe in the Illuminati, it doesn't work that way.”

Watch the video above to hear Braden in his own words.