Scotland voted 62% to stay in the EU and England voted 55% to leave - again, almost but not quite.
Here's how it should be accurately worded: Scotland voted 62% for the UK to stay in the EU; England voted 55% for the UK to leave the EU.
You're speaking as if Scotland is an independent country, or if matters that voting patterns are different north of the border.
Scotland had previously voted to remain in the UK, so the fact that different parts of the UK have different voting patterns does not matter..
Every voter has one vote that is of equal worth ... why should 65% from Scotland's 5 million mean more than 55% of England's 55 million?
The Scots voted to remain in the UK in 2014.
The UK voted to leave the EU in 2016.
You, like a lot of people, need to accept these results.