If you're not in the know, U.C. Berkeley had to shut down a Milo Yiannapolous talk because protestors were beginning to become violent and it soon turned into a riot; riot police used tear gas and non-lethal bullets. BBC News primer.
Even President Trump addressed the issue.
In light of this event and the extreme differences in opinion between various groups of people that have been occurring before and since Trump's presidency, I wanted to remind everyone of an important, but often forgotten creed: only focus on yourself.
It can be tempting to argue with someone who you don't see as being rational or who is not looking at a situation through clear and unbiased eyes. However, all this does is drain you and takes energy away from doing things that would benefit your life.
There are certain people in the world that no matter what you say, do, or think, they will never accept an opinion other than their own. These people are not worth your time. Who you put into your life and what you expend your energy on is your choice.
Lift, read, work on that side-business, do anything but be dragged down into the miasma of these groups of people. If they don't want to listen then don't start talking.
Of course, this does not mean that one should ignore other viewpoints. Just discuss differing opinions with people who respect you and your ideas. Talk with individuals who can hold a rational conversation. Anyone else is not worthy of you or your time.
This is not a call to lean one way or the other in a political sense. However, if you think President Trump will be/is the greatest American leader in a while (or the worst) than that is your ideal. Do not be dissuaded or drained by people who would riot or commit other heinous acts against you because of differing opinions.
You are above them. The only thing that matters is yourself and your happiness. Do not let them take it from you.