Tim Pool very succinctly points out something here that I've been observing for some time now. Something that continues to build momentum. The machine, as he puts it, keeps churning and nothing can stop it. The lines are being drawn, people are continuously being baited to choose one side or the other; once a side is chosen it's similar to war where the other side is dehumanized, and whatever they happen to think about things is irrelevant. At this point there is no talking any more, only yelling past each other, and trading insults as tensions continually escalate.
When we choose a side we wind up diving down the echo chamber of that side. We listen to nothing but what our chosen side has to say, and that is the only solution to said problems is to defeat the other side. At all cost.
It becomes an obsession which can't be denied, the lure of the machine is too much to resist. And what does the machine want? The machine thrives on division, on hate, on conflict, and ultimately on destruction. There is nothing that can be said to stop, or even slow the machine down, the only way out for any given individual is to simply not be a part of it. As Fleetwood Mac said: "You can go your own way".
If enough people actually did that it WOULD at least slow the machine down, but that ain't happenin...