I'm a little concerned with the rhetoric regarding the Antifa having clean hands here. Obviously, they did, but assuming there's more violence at the upcoming Fascist demonstrations, at some point a Far Left protester is going to hurt someone. That's just how extremists do. Hell, I'm sure the scum fucks leading the charge would have far preferred that other scum fuck didn't kill anyone with his car, because then they could have muddied the rhetorical waters more efficiently. Maybe the only thing Trump has done correctly in his whole goddamned presidency was not politicizing that softball game attack earlier this year. If that happened now, you can be sure we'd be having speeches and tweets about the immediate threat the Radical Left poses to the country, and it would get some shitty play. Most effectively in equivocating, as in BOTH SIDES are guilty, yadda yadda.
I much more pleased with the other take getting a lot of play, which is that one side is simply fucking Nazis. There's a moral imperative to resisting Nazis, and one it seems the vast majority of the country does agree with. If Trump wants to say there were plenty of Fine People on the tiki torches/Jews Will Not Replace Us side, make him explain the philosophical difference. I'm guessing it'll be some vague bullshit about respecting historical monuments, and that is indeed some weak sauce bullshit, which anyone but the zealots can easily see through. At least I hope.