No, because you embraced untruth over truth (i.e. "Hillary is a criminal.") Manipulators like Trump thrive in an environment where untruth is as welcome (in this case, even more welcome) than truth. Once you create such an environment, you are partly responsible for how people use it. That's great. And through your embrace of untruth you campaigned even harder against Clinton. To claim "but there's no way that campaigning against someone helps their opponent!" doesn't fly. See above. Let's say you oppose coal; you think coal power is somewhat dirty. But you make claims that nuclear power kills billions of people a year, supporting natural gas is the same as supporting genocide and renewable energy will soon kill every single eagle in the US and poison all our children. And let's say that coal begins to grow in popularity and pollution levels go up. You would be part of the problem - even if you claim "but I said something bad about coal once, so you can't blame anything on people like me." Nope. It's the embrace of untruth. Saying things like "Hillary is a criminal" is a lie, and the power of magical thinking will not change that.