The main squawk of this current rioting crowd seems to surround Clinton winning the popular vote but not likely winning the Electoral College process.
1) The election appears to have been conducted (mostly) under the rules of our country and simply not liking the outcome is not a valid reason to try to forcibly change that result.
Changing the declared result, however, is likely very much favored by the Clinton regime, if not actually being encouraged by that crowd. Playing by the rules of law or civilized society is not something they seem to favor.
2) The "winning" margin of Clinton's popular vote total appears to be entirely within her winning margin in California alone. Which means, the "winning" candidate in this or any future national election could be determined by the liberal enclaves mostly located in the dense population areas of Los Angeles and San Francisco.
This particular election is clear evidence of why the Electoral College process is part of our legal system.
Remember also our country is being swamped, daily, by immigrants crossing our southern border completely outside the rule of our immigration laws. This has been going on, in fact encouraged, during the entire term of the Obama regime occuping our presidency.
You don't suppose that open-border tactic was intended to increase illegal votes for democrat candidates, do you?
Why, of course not! 😉
Finally, rioting is a violation of law in most jurisdictions. I'm wondering what would happen if these current culprits were examined by law enforcement for their status as US citizens and were sent home if they have no legal right to be in this country.
We might quickly cease to appear like the bananna republic they evidently intend to create.
(Note, this column is talking about rioters, not the law abiding folks who chose, in their good conscience to support the Clinton candidacy--no matter how flawed their logic.)
May God bless America, and may America bless God!