I'm more concerned with freedom of speech and political opinions. We've had an American Nazi party, an organization not a couple of clowns, since 1959. Essentially a revival of the German American Bund started in 1936 and abandoned when Germany declared war. The GAB was an extension of the Friends of New Germany, formed in 1933 at the express permission of Rudolph Hess. I'll add the Communist Party USA, 1919, and the Trotskyist Socialist Workers Party, 1938. That's the one Bernie ran as an elector for, twice I believe, in the 80s. They get to express their views, those who disagree have won the argument. The alternative, banning "unacceptable" political views, is what these movements thrive on. I could have included ANTIFA, Communist militia during the Weimer Republic, and BLM, CRT and 1619, which imo are in the process of being neutralized. Though perhaps not in some areas of the media.
And then there's terrorism and radical Islamism, criticism of which the same suspects try to suppress criticism.