What good is the supposed rule of Law, and a Constitution if people interpret them differently (or how they choose)? In America, I can go to a 'liberal' judge, probably a Democrat, and guarantee a certain ruling. If I go to a Republican judge, likely conservative, I can expect a different ruling. Even the so called Supreme Court is split between 'conservatives' and 'liberals'. How can anyone have confidence in the legal system when the political opinions (ideology), religious (non religious) and other motivations, bias the decisions of those making the judgements? Why should I accept the decisions of liberal judges who have lade those decisions, not based on any legal arguments and opinion - or a constitution - but rather because of their own ideology? I don't and I won't - however, the State will use force to try and compel dissenters to comply with their corrupted judgements (it's the same in the EU and Britain).I did vote. Guess what? The majority that felt the same won in 2016.
And that hasn't been honoured has it?
Tell me why the vote wasn't respected, if you're going to say that through voting 'change is possible'; because it obviously isn't. Change is possible if you vote the correct way. That's as dodgy as hell, so think about it.