Trump won, move on MoveOn. Move on Jill Stein. Move on all you weepy college students who clearly are so woefully underprepared to deal with adversity that you don't even realize that Donald Trump winning the presidency will create ZERO personal adversity in your own life, besides whatever your imagination might conjure up. Move on president Obama, your policies have been rejected, despite your personal popularity.
So move on. Stop trying to re-litigate the election. It was not the Russians who handed him the win with their hacking. It was not fake news. It was not FBI Director Comey's dithering on indicting Hillary Clinton. It was not 'stupid' Middle America.
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For a villain in this melodrama, look at the Democratic party, and their allies across the mainstream media. Look at the flawed candidate chosen to run against a candidate that you viewed as more flawed. Look at the machinations used to ensure Hillary Clinton would not be bested by socialist Bernie Sanders. It was cheating, pure and simple. Look at the party that had moved so far left from the mainstream that Sanders became almost palatable enough to beat Hillary Clinton in the primaries. Look at the disdain for national security in Clinton having a private email server, and in accepting donations from around the world. Look at the president and his bloated bureaucracy that repeatedly claimed everything was great as they drove people out of the work force and companies out of the country, all the while being more concerned about who goes into which bathroom than the lives of Americans who recognized their own situations were worsening year after year. Look at a party that with a near supermajority shoved a super-partisan Healthcare bill of 2700 hodge-podge pages down the throats of America. Look at a president who felt that his pen was mightier than the Constitution.
There are your reasons for losing liberals and progressives. Besides, blame is not a policy position. You are free to choose to deny the reality, but it won't win you any more votes, and it will ensure your electoral defeats in the future elections of 2018, 2020 and onward.
Further if your goal is to delegitimize Trump's presidency, that will also fail. The more you try to do that the more you will look like sore losers with an ax to grind, and dishonest players in the political saga of the next 4 or 8 years. How did trying to delegitimize Trump prior to his election work out for you on election day? Arguing the electoral college is at fault because more people voted for Hillary than for Trump is as flawed as arguing that it was the Russians. Or racists. Or Global Warming. The voters you so smugly disdain see through you. Perhaps the true reality that you are not yet prepared to face.