Progressives are assailed by far more and far worse by conservatives in general and MAGA in particular.
Your big error is that you claim that I attack the voters who voted for Trump. I do not. When I say MAGA, I refer to Trump, the Republican office holders and media who are eternal apologists for him, guys like pillow man, and those so devoted to MAGA that they travel state-to-state to attend Trump rallies.
I believe in persuading rather than condemning Republican voters. That's how Trump's 2016 win was turned to defeat in 2020. Converts always welcome.
In fairness, I don't think one can watch much of Trump and not come away with the strong sense that he is peddling racism, misogyny, anti-LGBTQ and White Christian supremacy, just as I can't look at the body of his words and actions and feel forced to conclude that he is a supporter and enabler of Putin and authoritarians practically everywhere. He prepared for his 2016 run by becoming a leader of the Birther conspiracy movement, which basically boiled down to a Black president can't be legitimate. I say this, because he persisted in the face of a contemporaneous Hawaii newspaper announcement of his birth in Hawaii, the State of Hawaii confirming that he was born there, release of his short-form birth certificate and finally his long-form certificate. This was a naked appeal to racism.
I don't assume, and know that a very large number of Republican voters did not, that all who voted for Trump did so because they are racist or misogynist or anti-gay. Some always vote for the Republican candidate, some voted for celebrity Trump, some voted for what they thought was great-businessman Trump, some thought a candidate as wealthy as Trump would have no desire to engage in corrupt self- or family-financial gain, some followed the endorsement of their religious leader, some saw Hillary as likely to continue stupid wars, others saw Hillary as corrupt or unlikable, or strangely touting her Secretary of State, while denigrating the whole of Obama foreign policy. Reasons varied in 2020 as well.
I won't pretend to know what fraction of Rs supported Trump in 2020 for what particular reason. I know that he doubled down on MAGA, characterizing himself as a strongman, I know that he was careful to never condemn White Supremacists. I know that he attacked LGBTQ, women, and minorities unrelentingly, and not just in code words.