These 3 take the cake for being the silliest and most unproductive:
(1) "If third-party voters had voted for Hillary, she would have won!"
Get real. If those third-party voters had wanted to vote for Hillary, they would have voted for Hillary. She was on the ballot right alongside the Libertarians' Gary Johnson and the Green Party's Jill Stein. OK, riddle me this, Batman: Why do people vote third-party? ... Well? ... Because they don't like either of the two mainstream parties' candidates! This should be obvious. People complaining that third-party voters "should have voted for Hillary" have missed the point entirely. Some of these folks (many of them? even most of them?) were never going to go for Hillary, period. While I'm at this, who the heck are you to tell third-party voters whom they "should" vote for and then try to shame them for not doing so? Go jump in a lake in Minnesota in January.
(2) "Bernie would have won if he had run!"
Fine, I think that the wacky Vermont socialist would have been more competitive than Hillary if he had been the Dems' nominee for the general election. But he wasn't, so this line of whining is pointless. Nobody knows or can know if Bernie Sanders would have won against Trump because he didn't run against The Donald, and nobody will ever know what would have happened.
(3) "Women who didn't vote for Hillary have internalized misogyny!"
This is the boringly familiar sexism smear taken to stupid lengths, prompted by the humiliating fact that women voters (notably white women) did not break for Hillary in the vast numbers that the Clinton campaign hoped for after it traded on the idea with its (face it, uninspiring) slogan of "I'm With Her." Calling a woman sexist (even misogynist!) for not voting automatically for another woman is a shameless bit of nonsense, and the very idea that a woman should vote for a candidate - even a hopelessly flawed one - because that candidate is a woman is a ... wait for it ... sexist fallacy. Shockingly enough to some of those pundits and partisans, women have minds of their own, and this time around a whole bunch of the ladies decided against Hillary. Oh, don't get me wrong: I think it'd be great for the country to elect a woman to the White House (Taiwan just elected its first female president recently, and the UK was first of all to be a major Western nation to have a woman as head of government with the Iron Lady decades ago). Still, I don't want just any woman to be president, and I sure as heck didn't want a mendacious career political sleazemonger like Hillary. It's not enough to be just any woman candidate for president. You have to be the right one if you want my vote.
Bonus: "Let's get rid of the Electoral College!"
*sigh* Good luck with that.