If you are more passionate about politics than advancing the gospel of Christ among the lost, then perhaps you should ask yourself where you are placing your hope and which kingdom are you are a citizen of. (John 18:36, Phil. 3:20)
Note: I did not say participation in politics is wrong (quite the contrary), just making a warning against its over-emphasis and the making of politics into an idol ... making it more important in your life than Christ. If you are broken, depressed, in despair or suicidal over who is in political power then it is a pretty good indication that you have made power and politics an idol. The kingdom of God does not advance through political power but through the gospel. The gospel can flourish in any condition and under any government. It has advanced under the most cruel and oppressive conditions ... but that is not to say we should not promote just laws so we can live a peaceful life ... we should. But that is not our hope. Those who are citizens of heaven (Phil 3:20) are pilgrims and sojourners here who are "looking forward to the city with foundations, whose architect and builder is God” (Hebrews 11:9–10).
No doubt a fruit of the Gospel is that it makes us want our neighbors to have a better and improved life so we want to promote a just system that is good for those around us... but we are ultimately not in control of world events and trust that "The kingdom of the world [will] become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign forever and ever." Rev 11:15
I can understand the people of the world being broken and shattered to pieces over this because to many it is their only hope, but to a citizen of the kingdom, we trust in the sovereignty and providence of God and to His promise of a better world to come.