So what are you proposing?
Voting Trump in protest? That will definitely help your cause if he wins and ruins the country in the process. But you have made your point about Clinton, yay!
Voting for a 3rd party/independent candidate? With the current election system in place, you can as well give your vote to Trump in such case. It is about equal to throwing your ballot in the trash - your vote won't count.
Not voting at all? That's the same as above - your voice will not count.
I am European, so this thing touches me only tangentially at best, but I see this "logic" here as well - "Party X/candidate Y is corrupt and incompetent, let's vote for a fringe/nutcase/extremist party Z in protest! That will show them! They cannot be worse than them anyway!"
The only result is the extremists gaining power in parliaments and once there, proceeding to show that they are even less competent and even more corrupt than their predecessors, because it is easy to run on a platform of "being against something". However, governing means that you have to actually bring *implementable* solutions to the table, not only soundbites for TV. That is where these parties universally fall flat on their faces.
Just look at what happened most recently in UK with the brexit vote or what is going on with Le Pen in France where her party controls some of the city councils. They are preoccupied with such important stuff like banning halal food from school canteens or banning veiled women from beaches, but not really addressing crime, dealing with unemployment or drug dealers. And then there is a new scandal about Front National deputy doing this or that almost every other day (usually involving graft, racism or worse).
So that is what you get for your protest votes.