For one thing, she didn't actually get 3 million more votes, unless you count fraudulent votes of dead people, repeat votes, illegal aliens and machine switcheroos. If you don't think the latter happens, it happened to my wife: We live in a Dem-controlled area and she voted Conservative, but was surprised to see the key races strangely switched to the Dem candidate upon reviewing her votes. She pointed this out to the nearest official and he basically just shrugged it off.
Also, take Dem-bastion California -- where there's massive voter fraud -- out of the equation and the race wasn't even close in the rest of the country (disregarding dyed-in-the-wool blue states), which blows your whole argument.
Besides, we don't go by the "popular vote" for these very reasons, as well as it obviously not being wise to have New York, Los Angeles and Boston control the entire nation. What is it about the electoral college don't you get?
What was really going on with this "Hillary has a 91% chance of winning" bullcrap is that the liberal media (who's blatantly in the pockets of the Dems) wanted to discourage enough Trump supporters from even going to the polls. It didn't work though, did it? You... lost.
You believe in PizzaGate and Obama being born outside of Hawaii. Of course you're going to eat up conspiracy theories of Hillary getting fraudulent votes. Yet no investigation has ever yielded any truth to it. But you don't care. Because the fiction sounds better than reality to you.