- Was I eligible to vote in the last election?
- Did I vote?
If the answer to the first question is "yes" and the answer to the second question is "no", then consider shutting the fuck up until November, 2018.
However much you think your vote doesn't count, it does. 100 million Americans were eligible to vote in 2016 and, for whatever reason, couldn't be bothered to do that one act of citizenship. An act of citizenship that people have been killed over. An act of citizenship that a majority of Americans were once forbidden to perform, either by intimidation or by the law (and still are, in more and more states).
But you, you special snowflake, couldn't get off your dead ass and vote.
Note that I'm not making this contingent on for whom you voted. Regardless of what I think of Der Drumpfenführer, those who voted for him are mostly honorable citizens (neo-nazis notwithstanding) who exercised their rights as citizens.
To those who could have voted but didn't: Your opinions on political matters are without value.
You didn't vote.
Shut the fuck up.