Certainly there is some very minor fraud in some districts. But major, widespread fraud, enough to rig an election? Don't be absurd. It's not only an impossibility, it's an obvious impossibility.
This is the beauty of decentralization.
The Mainstream Media can howl and distort and lie all that want - and nobody listens or is influenced. They're terrified Trump is going to win - and it looks like he is.
Why some Americans are so prone to preposterous conspiracy theories is beyond me. But it's been noticed for a long time.
It's a bit embarrassing such Americans have Third World/minority mentalities (I once had a black guy tell me with a straight face that the "Klan" - which doesn't exist anymore- owned Krispy Kreme Donuts - two "K"s is pretty close to 3, I guess. Another told me HIV was created to target melanin.).
The same with three shooters on Kennedy or the moon landings were shot on a stage or there were remote-controlled airplanes on 911 or Trump is "controlled opposition" or the Titanic was sunk on purpose for insurance money or the half-breed homosexual is going to declare martial law and not leave office or the Clintons are serial killers (Bill Clinton couldn't get a blow job in the Oval Office without getting impeached).
This crap never ends.
Not surprisingly, the Bible forbids the belief that everything is a conspiracy: Isaiah 8:12-13 "Do not call conspiracy everything that these people call conspiracy; do not fear what they fear, and do not dread it."
Fear and dread really is a poison, and so is the belief in impossible conspiracies.