Fascists don’t consider violence to be per definition bad, as long as they are the ones meting it out, through violent and intimidating government actions and policies, armed militias and/or war. In Germany the Nazi Party quickly became militarized and bullied and intimidated its way into power.
But first, let’s look at America’s history of violence and intimidation.
Several Native American nations fought brutal wars, others were mostly peaceful. The different warring factions were probably pretty evenly matched, usually, but their warriors were no match for European firearms, and Native American men, women and children were massacred, both by the colonizers’ armies and regular citizens with guns, and what was left of the tribes was forced into reservations, often not even close to their own territory.
Slavery was introduced almost immediately after European colonization began, and with it began the brutal suppression of African Americans. Plantation owners could…