There's also talk that DNC staffers are blaming Hillary's arrogant campaign managers, John Podesta in particular.
But as Hillary spends the rest of her life gnashing her teeth, there are any number of factors she can blame for how this extremely close election was tipped. Any one of a number of people could easily have made the crucial difference. And she has plenty of people she can be mad at.
There's Anthony Weiner himself. Aargh, she never should have arranged that marriage for Huma. At the time it seemed like such a good idea, with that Jewish-Muslim alliance a harbinger of the wonderful things a Hillary administration would be able to accomplish. But then he had to go and act like a typical piggish man.
Huma, her ever present, Sapphic shadow. She should not have allowed her to appear in public wth her so often.
Colin Powell, who denied her claims that he had recommended her email set up. Why couldn't he just keep his mouth shut?
Jill Stein, that meddlesome woman whose Green Party candidacy took votes only from Hillary.
Her hubby Bill, whose long record of abusing women made all the outrage over Trump's behavior with women ring a little hollow.
Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones, the most prominent of her husband's bimbos, and the two who led to concrete actions (impeachment and a financial settlement, respectively).
Linda Tripp, the bitch who secretly tape recorded her phone calls with Lewinsky and convinced her to not have that blue dress dry cleaned.
Those Arkansas State Troopers who told of her behavior with them.
Those four guys who had the nerve to die in Benghazi.
Congressman Trey Gowdy, who pushed and prodded her during the Congressional hearings on Benghazi to the point where she cried out, "What difference, at this point, does it make?"
The BLM cast of characters, with whom she allied herself. Hands up, don't shoot, and don't vote for us.
The rioters in Charlotte. A black cop kills a black man in Charlotte, NC, so black rioters go around attacking random white people. North Carolina subsequently tilted to Trump.
Bernie Sanders, who forced her leftward during the primaries and whose vast support forced the functionaries at the DNC to use all their wiles to tilt the election to Hillary.
Deborah Wasserman Schultz, whose clumsy machinations at the DNC angered a lot of Bernie supporters who might otherwise have voted for Hillary in the general election.
Frank Giustra, who engineered that sale of 20% of North American uranium assets to Russia, which Hillary approved after that donation to the Clinton Foundation.
Barack Obama, who appointed her Secretary of State and thus brought on Benghazi into her life, and the email scandal, and the accusations of her having run a play to play operation at State. And if it hadn't been for that narcissistic upstart, she would have been the first female President in 2008. Back when she was relatively clean, relatively young, and healthy.
The Arab Spring, which seemed like a breath of fresh air at the moment, but which eventually resulted in chaos and anarchy and made her and Obama's foreign policy look so shabby and ineffectual. If only Hosni Mubarak and Mummer Gaddafi hadn't been so obviously corrupt.
Vladimir Putin, who made her "reset button" with Russia look foolish, and who was obviously rooting for Trump, and who may or may not have been responsible for some of those leaks...
Julian Assange, whose Wikileaks exposed the corruption of the Democratic Party. Why couldn't he have done something similar to the Republicans? Didn't that clown realize that the Democrats are the voices of reason and enlightenment?
And most of all Donald Trump, that third rate reality TV star who inherited a real estate empire and then had the nerve to call her crooked Hillary, just because she wanted to be able to support her family too.
It was, in the end, a group effort. But any one of these people, for any one of those reasons, could have made the crucial difference.
Ah, cruel fate.
You can bet that as Hillary lies awake at night rehashing her lost opportunity, she'll think of all these people. And they won't be kindly thoughts.
You can also bet that the one person she won't blame is herself.