Paul Joseph Watson sums this up pretty well - 2016 was not the worst year ever. WWII might have been a little worse. WWI might have been a little worse. The Great Depression might have been a worse year. 9/11 was a worse year maybe. Years with plagues perhaps.
Yes, I'm bummed out by many of these losses of celebrity. Some talented people have passed away. I feel bad for their families. But even if my very favorite celebrity had passed this year it would not be worse than millions of deaths.
Trump won. Worst year ever? Maybe if you are cheering for the downfall of America and the continued rise of globalism. Maybe if you favored a two tier justice system - one for the elite and one for the rest of us. Then maybe it was a bad year. But even so, as someone who loathes the idea of a Hillary Clinton presidency, I'd take a Clinton over a plague or a global war any day. I would not be happy but I would not resort to they hyperbole evident on the left or evident in so many millennials, because it's untruthful. It's at a minimum misguided.
For example, president Obama has done a host of stupid things in his waning weeks in office - abandoning Israel, blaming Russia for clearly political reasons, annexing land in Nevada and Utah for federal purposes at odds with state desires, and that's not a full list. But I don't consider it the worst year ever. It's not even the worst year of the Obama presidency, as bad as all that is.
Let me not end on a bad note - I expect great things in 2017; a buoyant and growing economy, continued consumer confidence, a reversal of American fortunes, smarter government, governmental reforms and a recovery of American exceptionalism and prestige. Best wishes and good luck to everyone, even liberals. Maybe you'll do better under Trump.