Angry Leftists---always eager to find new venues to impose their will on others---are taking out their frustrations on the Electoral College System. Keep in mind that all of the popular vote hasn't been counted yet; but nonetheless the Left believes that Clinton won it: according to them, therefore, Clinton deserves to be president.
There's even a petition online to get Electors to certify the election to change their votes to Clinton---which has no chance whatsoever of happening.
Senator Barbara Boxer of California furiously scribbled off a Senate Bill this week to abolish the Electoral College System---apparently unaware that this would require a Constitutional Amendment. That means that the proposal would have to be ratified by at least 34 states. Senator Boxer's proposal has about as much chance of success as the online petition has.
"The Electoral College is an outdated, undemocratic system that does not reflect our modern society and it needs to change immediately!" Senator Boxer fumed to a sympathetic press. It's very typical of the American Left to support the US Constitution up to the point that it obstructs their political goals. The Electoral College System is neither undemocratic, nor outdated. Soros and Podesta-backed protestors are spinning the 2016 Election as though Trump took advantage of some legal technicality to win; just as they did in the 2000 Election.
Under our Constitution, individuals, sovereign states, and the Federal Government are guaranteed and assigned certain jurisdictional rights and responsibilities. This issue was addressed by our Founding Fathers long ago. Some populous states favored direct democracy both in representation and in national elections. Some smaller states favored each state to be represented equally. The Founders created a two-tiered compromise. This is why we have a bicameral Legislative Branch today: where the House is directly democratic and the Senate representative equally of each State. Up until 1914, when the 17th Amendment was passed, Senators were not even directly elected by the people but appointed by State governments. The purpose of the bicameral legislature is to have one house representing the interests of the people-at-large; the other to represent the interests of the States-at-large.
The Electoral College System is based on the same principle. Without it, a few heavily-populated urban centers could or would dominate national politics. Our Founders feared this kind of loss of local control. The Left is always complaining about diversity; but there is no other way to represent the diverse cultures and economies that comprise our Republic unless it be apportioned by State. Systems like the Electoral College and the US Senate actually do work.
We don't need to change the Constitution because a few sore losers didn't get their way. It's bad enough already that the Left continually tries to (and sometimes succeeds at) using the Judicial Branch to impose their agendas when legislative means don't go their way. Hopefully that will be a reform that the new Administration will attempt to resolve. But for now, the Electoral College System works fine.