I'm a liberal centrist. And it's actually hilarious watching your rightists and leftists squabble among yourself and each other. It's funny, because you guys just can't seem to grasp the fact that you could, in fact, be wrong sometimes. It's also a sheep mentality. You want to be included in a group and can't or don't want to think for yourself. And this spirals, usually.
First you're a bit right, then you start talking to other rightists, you become more rightist. Then you start only reading up on data that support rightists claims, and boom. Fully fledged rightists! Depending on how far you want to take it, you can be come an extremist, obviously. And the same goes for the left, obviously.
"Nuance" and "grey areas" exist. Question is only whether or not you like to admit it. On most contentious topics nowadays, people would probably tell me I'm a rightist, because I'm "anti" X.
So for example, fuck BLM, fuck China, fuck Antifa, yes we need a bit more border protection, yay free speech and I'm kind of a EU skeptic etc. And now all the lefties will say : "Whaaat?! You're so alt-right. Omg you Nazi".
And then I'll say "Ok. Fuck Hitler, Fuck Trump, Fuck anti-abortion laws, Yay gun-control (or at least very good regulation of said guns, better than it is now.), fuck all religion" and then all the rightists say "Wow you are such a libtard, suck Bernie Sander's dick."
looking forward to what you have to say.