To many crossed wires here. The lack of trust isn't evil. The fear of a system or process that doesn't make sense to you isn't evil. Those things may or may not be misguided, but they aren't fundamentally wrong.The part that made me feel anger is when he spoke of being tired of being patient, as if his imbecilic liberal tolerance and efforts to reach out his hand would lead to anything but it being bitten off. You destroy evil with everything you've got until that evil repents. Then you extend the hand of mercy but just one time. He was wrong from the beginning in his approach, wrong all the way back through the Obama years, and he should say publicly not that he's tired of being patience, protecting his precious ego, but that he's been a fool for a very long time. That lack of admission just tells me he's still the same fool that he was.
By the way, a maximum effort to fight against evil doesn't require pumping up to some massive level hatred or some childish state of rage and frenzy, it just requires knowing the nature of evil and what it takes to stop it. That is simply holding people accountable for the injustice they do.
Try to understand the difference between holding people accountable for bad behavior and making them suffer so you can feel the same pleasure as they wanted to feel fucking with you. Only conscious awareness can save anybody from becoming what he or she fears.
I know a few folks that refuse to be vaccinated, they don't trust the process for developing and testing it. They're good people, they will always lend a hand to someone in need, they have no desire to harm anyone.
I don't agree with their thinking, or lack thereof, but I would never label them as evil.