Well, the first thing to be noticed by observation is that there aren’t just two sides.
The second thing is that it’s really weird to see some people insist on looking for an ethical middle-ground between being racist and not-being-racist. Like, being racist with moderation or something.
It’s also not really a sides thing. Anyone who has done basic research on the sociology of racism knows that everyone can perform racism.
Racism is something that people do, not something that people are (this consensus among social scientists is also due to the biological fact that races don’t exist in the human species : racialisation is when people act as if races were a thing, but that does not suddenly make races exist out of nowhere.)
Edit : I’m going on about racism here because this whole mess (and many others) is due to most people not knowing shit about this stuff and never doing any scientific research before feeling entitled to having an opinion on it.
Politics is subject to science, like everything else.