What's your opinion on nationalism? I think it's the lowest form of tribalism, possible. Finding pride is being from the same patch of land as someone who's successful is like buying a candy that you saw your favorite celebrity eating on TMZ. I can, partially, understand it in a nation state like Serbia or Hungary - but even then, it's the most sadistic form of tribalism, but American "nationalism" is such oxymoron that it hurts. America's only value is individuality, and nationalism is the complete opposite of that. You can support individuality, without being nationalistic, but you can't support individuality whilst also being nationalistic. The only basis for being American is not disturbing the peace. To say it's anything else is just glorification in a sad attempt to fit in with a group. Imposing laws that standardize nationalism like an official language, standing for the flag, or other nonsensical mandates are anti-American, to the core. Any American that promotes any sort of group collective strays from the foundation of American principals. I don't have a problem when people feel that the old-American approach of individuality is broken, and therefore seek other ideas and approaches by advocating for a collective, but often the "nationalists" are the ones advocating for a purer form of American law, and they do so by pushing a "collective for the individual" paradox that does nothing but alienate and stray farther from their beloved doctrine. It's ironic that the people that want to go back to American roots are so unaware that they, themselves, are stepping all over the thing they "love" so dearly.