AC #1 (myself):- trickled down into Labour's worthlessly half-baked campaign that almost certainly cost Remain the critical votes it needed to make a difference
AC #2:- Perish the thought that people voted to leave because they actually wanted to leave, eh? Much easier to say that they were stupid, irrational, misled, lied-to, fooled, racist, bigoted, or 101 other excuses that can just as easily be applied to the folks who voted the other way.
None of which, it'll be noted, were reasons or "excuses" I mentioned- let alone what I was talking about- in my original comment!
(Are you trying to put words in my mouth, or are you just at the stage of posting kneejerk responses without replying to what was actually said- or both?)
The accusation was that Labour ran a piss-poor, half-hearted campaign, and that had they- along with the "Remain" camp as a whole- made a better case for "Remain", there's a good chance they could have (a) swung some of those voters the other way and (b) persuaded some of the 28% who hadn't turned out that it was important to do so. (#)
This only needed to be a 2% swing of those existing and new voters, and it's quite plausible that it would have been achieved had remotely decent campaign been run by Labour and friends.
But, as I said, Corbyn was either incompetent (through lack of genuine enthusiasm or actual incompetence) or "incompetent" (knowing his unconvincing and half-baked support would achieve the "Leave" vote he wanted in his heart).
Bear that in mind, shiny-eyed kiddies who voted "Remain" but still think that Corbyn is the second coming. Your hero is either useless or a liar- and I don't care which.
(#) It'll be noted that this assumes intelligent persuasion, not assuming that the people in question are "stupid, irrational, misled, lied-to, fooled, racist, bigoted". (Yes, a proportion of "Leave" voters undoubtedly were, but it's the ones who weren't that are important here.) That said, I still hold those who voted "Leave"- along with those who couldn't be bothered voting- responsible for their choice. It's just that this doesn't excuse those whose job it was to persuade them otherwise for doing such an execrable job of it.