Three million should count for something. It’s not ten or a thousand or even a hundred thousand. It’s not a statistical anomaly, a margin of error.
It’s weird to think that in the end, three million votes didn’t really matter. Though it might go a long way in explaining the uproar since November 8, 2016, why a lot of people aren’t “dealing with” the presidency of a man who shouldn’t be left in charge of a lemonade stand, much less the whole country.