I wonder what these guys' political affiliation is? Probably undecided. Seriously though, the Bolsa Chica Trump march was frightening. These two were among the hundreds of Trump supporters who later surrounded a handful of protestors and shouted things like "Get back in the kitchen" (at a female protestor) and "Go back to Mexico" (at an Egyptian-American protestor). And yet the crowd was fragmented. These slurs didn't actually go unopposed--numerous times I saw one Trump supporter get into another's face to say that his behavior (racist, sexist, whatever) wasn't what the march was supposed to be about. At one point I saw a Trump supporter throw water into a protestor's face, and another Trump supporter stepped in to rebuke him and apologize to the protestor. I'm not really saying this means Trump supporters are nice. I'm just saying they're not morally homogeneous. I've seen all the same things happen at Trump protests, where for example one protestor curses out a cop and then a second later another steps in to elaborately thank the cop for being there at all. However, one thing I was surprised to notice happening among both Trump protestors and supporters alike is a kind of toxic, enforced non-communication with the enemy: any time two people from opposite sides get a little too chummy and quit shouting at each other, reducing their volume to normal conversational levels, someone can always be counted on to antagonize them, from one side or the other, and demand to know: "Why are you even fucking talking to them?"