I must be tired because I still don't get it, but in the long run, so?
The areas where votes count more than other areas are areas that have the least minorities, as a result in every election America has had a white person's vote has, on average, more weight than a non-white person.
I think this is a bad thing because I think this is an actual example of tyranny of the majority that the EC is supposed to protect against vs the entirely theoretical such regional tyrannies that is used to defend the unequal voting power given to citizens.
You keep saying that it is disproportionate representation and i just don't see it the same way as you do.
It's simple arithmetic, and there are no two ways to see this. White people, on average have always had a greater share of EC votes than non-white people. This is an example of a more relevant tyranny of the majority than the regional ones that are brought up in theory but that in practice don't exist.
You've previously said
That the majority choice would override the minority choice is unfortunate for the minority but that's how it's supposed to work.
Yep, and in the last elections this is not how it worked several times. I have always been consistent that the EC is undemocratic and should be gotten rid of.