Understanding the Impact of the Electoral College

This brings up an interesting point.  If you’re a conservative (and in this case a liar; FB deleted this post???), you may object that Los Angeles County, with 10 million residents, has a great deal of clout.  But ask yourself this: Doesn’t every voter deserve to have an equal voice, regardless of the state in which he resides?  My vote in California means essentially zero, as this state will definitely vote against Trump.  But if I lived in Florida or Ohio, my vote would be thousands of times more influential in the overall outcome.  Does that seem fair?

To anyone, regardless of their party?