The political left is quite upset now that the Senate is deeply unrepresentative of the mob. Our founders chose the House of Representatives to be that house of Congress that represents the people. But the Senate represents the states. Under our constitution and history, the states matter. They are not semi-autonomous subdivisions of Washington, but are actually sovereign states with powers not replicated in Washington. And they also cannot lose their Senate representation.
The only portion of the entire United States Constitution that cannot be amended is the portion related to the make up of the Senate. Each state gets two senators and no amendment to the constitution can affect that representation unless the state losing its senators agrees.
So if the left is truly, genuinely upset about this they can either push for some sort of revolution, which will undoubtedly turn violent, or they can embrace federalism.
Instead of trying to find one size fits all solutions for culture issues, economic issues, etc., truly let the states be the laboratories of democracy. The whole reason the left is in meltdown over Kavanaugh is because they have spent more than a generation using the federal courts to take away power from state legislatures to make democratic decisions. As the left has declared a particular issue a right, it has found activist judges to read that right into the fourteenth amendment. The right responded by systematically putting judges on the bench unwilling to divine new rights that were never intended by the founders or its amenders to be there.
The right, for now, is ahead in the game. That will not last forever. But in the meantime, instead of turning to violence, both sides should really work to embrace our differences and embrace federalism. It is not a cure all. It will not solve every problem. But if we can let California be California and Texas be Texas without calls for economic boycotts of those states and people with which we disagree, we can probably keep a good thing going for another century and put off or stop altogether the violence that more and more people seem to think is going to happen.