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.
There is no plausible argument that can be made in favor of attacking other human beings and destroying police cars as a form of political opposition to a political candidate. The violence was completely pointless.
Under a new law in Mississippi, suspicion of stealing someone’s purse would authorize appointed church killers to take aim and fire their guns at people, and be immune from prosecution afterwards.