Take a look at Cannon Thomas, Ph.D's Politics and the Catastrophe of Us and Them: We have to change the way we view the opposing party for our nation to thrive. The article favors what I call "floater" centrism: it lists a whole bunch of acts of violence all by one side, and draws the conclusion that we're all equivalent (floating between the parties) instead of cal
Holding rooted to solid values without wavering based on which side violates them. For example, bedrock centrists might fight for democracy, opposing gerrymandering, kicking people off voter rolls, for investigations and punishments around voter fraud of any type, seeking evidence around accusations made by any party. Bedrock centrism ideally involves developing a measure of your values, and then looking at the evidence of how people are acting — it doesn't mean looking at evidence of people's actions and then moving your own values to the center of everyone else.