Go ahead and be as radical as you like. Radicalism isn’t the problem. Thoughts don’t hurt people. Behaviors do, and the act of confronting violence by people whose ideology you share may be the most radical behavior you’re capable of.
Let’s say that Muslims are taking America over. What then? Well, it might be good for employment.
When Mitch McConnell endorses Donald Trump for President, and actively campaigns to help Trump get elected, he’s agreeing with the idea that the next American President should be someone who claims the right to dismiss judges from U.S. District Court cases for no other reason than their ethnic heritage or religion.