Hillary Clinton supporters aren't accepting the results of the election. It's a stunningly ironic turn of events given the narrative unfolding one week before election day.
During the final presidential debate, Chris Wallace asked Donald Trump if he would unequivocally accept the results of the election if he lost. Trump refused to make that guarantee. He wanted to preserve his rights to contest a close election.
Trump's willingness to contest an election isn't unprecedented. In 2000, Al Gore challenged George Bush's victory in Florida. The legal battle made it all the way to the Supreme Court, where Gore lost.
But the media didn't seem to remember this moment in Democrat history. Instead, they called Trump's willingness to challenge election results “dangerous” and a catalyst for an anarchist movement.
Now that Trump has won, the media is changing their tune. Suddenly, it's Clinton supporters who are unwilling to accept Trump's victory, and the media are supporting their cause.
See how the NY Post thinks Clinton can “still get Hillary into the White House” on the next page: