I get that many of them are voting their wallets and their hatred of all things Clinton. I get that many of them are what I would generally consider good folks who carefully considered their options and then came down on the other side of the political line from me. That's their prerogative in this fine country.
I also think that deep down in some small corner of the psyches of some of these people, they are ashamed of their association with Trump. Or worse, that they know they *should* be, but they aren't. Because deep down, they care less about people who aren't able and straight and Christian and white and male (don't even get me started on white women here) than they should, and they know it. So when they get called out for voting Trump, they get disproportionately offended.
Here's how I see it: you may not have voted Trump because you agree with all of his loathsome personal beliefs. You may have supported him because of his economic policy or smaller-government leanings or outsider status or whatever. But YOU SUPPORTED HIM. That's the bottom line. You helped put that man in office. So, now, here's what you need to do. Assuming that you actually care about people who aren't ablebodied Christian white males, anyway.
You need to actively, vocally stand up for the immigrants, the people of color, the women, the LGBTQ, the nonChristian, all those whose enemies have just been validated and invigorated by these election results. Otherwise, no matter why you voted Trump, the generalizations apply to you too.