“This is a fundamental attack on the country itself the underpinning of it that somehow or another it’s rigged or it’s not fair,” the veteran Democratic strategist said. “People, you know, some people believe that.”
Carville said “by in large” American elections are on the “up and up,” but “hacking” a voting machine to get a “100 votes here or a 100 votes there” is possible.
“By in large American elections are pretty much on the up and up. It is very, very — I cannot tell you that somebody can’t rig a voting machine to get a 100 votes here or a 100 votes there, that is possible,” the Clinton confidant said.
“It’s as up and up as it can be,” Republican strategist Steve Schmidt chimed in.
See? Nothing to worry about. Move along, folks. Nothing to see here.