Really, an absolutely fascinating read. It’s rare to come across articles like this. As an avid internet user, you definitely made me chuckle at some points. The beginning is fantastic, but I feel the argument and the point you’re trying to make really loses steam towards the end. As said by another in the comments, it really is written by a leftist, for leftists. I do agree that Donald Trump was truly not a stellar pick for the Presidency, but neither was Hillary Clinton. It was rather disappointing that it had come down to those two.
Now, I understand your repeated usage of “losers” and its context, but as the piece goes on, the term becomes more and more hostile, and a sense of leftist elitism grows much stronger. I get it. No one can be unbiased, truly. To be quite honest, I don’t agree that there is any problem here, much less one that the left is capable of solving. I’m no radical, alt-right, die-hard Trump supporter, but I have plenty of complaints about the left’s ignorance and their refusal to take into account the basics of common sense and rational discussion.
It’s refreshing to see a well-thought-out argument like this from the left, and I definitely respect it, though I dislike the way you wrapped it up to become some sort of wake-up call for liberals. You make a lot of sense and you touch on some underlying points and motives that make sense, but it truly is overthought to the extent that it’s simply unverified conjecture that I can no longer fully agree with.