Perhaps it's because the rise of the overgrown children who've never been denied,
Times change fast. Not so sure people do. I don't know how old you are, but I'm old enough to remember the race riots and anti-draft protests in the US in the 1960's. I wasn't there, I saw it on TV.
But, I can't think of a single Republican president-elect who people rioted over before they were even sworn in.
Incidentally, I'm as sickened by protestors and rioters and looters as anyone. Probably more so as a ( retired ) member of the city emergency services.
It was only a matter of time. Protester shot at the anti-Trump riots in Portland.http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2016/11/12/one-shot-at-anti-trump-protest-in-portland.html?via=desktop&source=copyurl
"Police say the shooter got into an argument with one of the demonstrators on the Morrison Bridge before getting out of his vehicle and firing several shots."
Running up a large vote surplus in CA doesn't extinguish the voices of much smaller states.
Clinton's Popular-Vote Lead Will Grow, and Grow, and Growhttp://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/11/clintons-popular-vote-lead-will-grow-and-grow/507455/
"Millions of mail-in and absentee ballots haven’t been counted yet. They won’t change anything, though."
They wonder why so many people don't even bother voting.
Perhaps that is why CalExit is gaining popularity?
"The campaign argues that California suffers under federal overregulation, that the state contributes more federal tax than it receives in federal funding, that the state feels isolated from political power in Washington, D.C., and that there is a wide gap between the political and cultural differences of California and the rest of the country."http://www.yescalifornia.org/
From what I understand, California has about as much chance of independence as the GTA does from the province.