I don't see an entry for what probably most hurt Hillary's chances in the 2016 election. That is, she blamed a YouTube video for the 9/11/2012 terror attack on the U.S. ambassador to Libya and his staff in Benghazi.
If that really hurt Hillary's chances US voters are idiots. Yes, in the initial fog of war the blame may have been misplaced. That is not fake (deliberate incorrect) news, that is just people trying to understand a complex situation.
I also do not see an entry for the oft repeated phrase "the Russians hacked the election."
From what I have seen, the phrase "the Russians hacked the election" is only repeated by people using it as a straw man. It may be oft repeated in those circles, and it is indeed fake (deliberately incorrect) news, but I think it is too obviously fake to need labeling. What is a real concern is that the Russians influenced the election by stealing documents, influencing the social media, and other mechanisms that still need to be uncovered. Coincidentally, your post could be an example of such influencing of the social media, if you would be working for the Russians. It contains the kind spin and deflection that such influencing would use, although it is perhaps a bit too much on the tinfoil side.
There's a ton of hair splitting regarding statements made by Trump and other Republicans.
Well, not all their statements are shiny examples of clarity, so some attempts at interpretation are sometimes necessary. Some of their statements are shiny examples of blatant and easily falsified untruths, for example some of Pres. Trump's tweets about the attendance of his inauguration, and repeated White House statements announcing that the President is working this weekend, later contradicted by evidence that he was in fact playing golf yet again. There are plenty of other examples. Commenting on that is not splitting hairs, it is calling out childish lies.
PolitiFact appears to be just another propaganda site. It's probably sponsored by the Russians with the intention of demoralizing Trump supporters (cf., ABC, CBS, *NBC, NYT, WP, LAT, PBS, ...).
I'm sorry, but this is too alternative fact for me. Perhaps you need a better supplier for your tinfoil?