I don't mind about hearing about the conspiracy theories that come from the Trump campaign side, just as long as we all get to hear about the conspiracy theories from the Clinton side, too.
Frankly, even if Trump fails to secure enough votes to become President, he's not the black swan that the Republican Party (I'm not even gonna say right anymore because both candidates are on the right, one just is more than the other) was hoping that he would be. People are tired of getting screwed by the elites - whether banks or media or political - and want a return to government action that sees the country as a whole benefited, not just the people at the top who can afford the most lobbyists. Trump may be the worst candidate that the Republicans have fielded in decades, but he's the one who captured the attention of the common person (fuck you, Hillary, my friends are not deplorable people) over all the other candidates.
And to a certain extent, I actually do agree with his idea that the media outlets are supporting Hillary over him. For one, the stuff on that tape was 11 years ago. 11 years ago, Hillary supported the War in Iraq, stood against gay marriage, and helped No Child Left Behind. Yet now, 11 years later, she says she changed her mind on all that stuff and we actually believe her. Now, to be clear, I have no issue with the idea of people changing their minds. People are allowed to do that, even if the change is not always a positive one. What I have a problem with is that people insist that 'Hillary has changed' but that 'Trump is still the same' as he was 11 years ago. If you are going to insist that one candidate has changed (even if it was for totally cynical reasons), then you have to admit the other possibility that the other candidate can have changed, too. Or at least throw me some fucking evidence that they haven't.
The other major reason? How many of you guys have heard of the Podesta e-mails and what things were said in them? And no, don't Google, be honest.