Are Close “Stolen” Elections Important?
If an election should have gone 51% for Candidate X and 49% for Candidate Y and instead went 51% for Candidate Y and 49% for Candidate X, that should not be very distressing. The Will of the People wasn't stolen; it was only the Will of 2% of the People that was stolen. It was close to a coin toss in either case.
On the other hand, the fact that momentous decisions can be affected by a coin toss is a sign that something is wrong. That something will not be affected by whining about an election or by getting hysterical when Moe, Larry, and Curly invade the Capitol to overturn it.