People facetiming on smarpthones and getting their Amazon prime orders delivered by drone don't start violent insurgencies. It would take largescale economic collapse to see widescale violence in the US. We're already starting to see the pushback against the leftist agenda, but the MSM is largely in the hands of the left, and it is all part of the larger establishment, so it can be difficult to see if you rely on the MSM, internet, or live in a liberal area. Anyone in non-liberal areas hears the grumblings of the silent majority. The DNC is heading for a reckoning in 2020 that could bring it to its knees as they thought 2016 being Her Turn was a sure thing and bet the farm on it. ORANGE MAN BAD can only take them so far and they don't seem to have any other cards to play.Not only that, creating society that thinks WE should be shunned for even questioning all this behavior. I don't want to say there will be a civil war, but I have no idea how else this move to the left will stop. They will keep pushing and pushing, and at some point people will have enough of it, but they aren't going to take "no" for an answer.
Lefties getting violent won't go well either. Even under Obama there was backlash against events like the Berkley riot. BLM seemed to vanish almost overnight once the coverage of its terrorist attacks became widespread. No more violent protests and constant media coverage. It's almost like the handlers and the moneymen realized the violence was hurting their cause. Remember, that was under a president who actively supported it. Old media is dying and the internet is fickle. Even with control of every social media site, conservatives still have a very strong voice online.
People who grew up under Obama think that's only way it can be, but the pendulum has already started to swing back. The main thrust of action is to divide along ideological lines while they scramble to modify the plan. Trump has fallen in line pretty nicely, but I truly believe he is an unexpected wildcard and isn't lockstep with the neocon/neoliberal vision for America. "We live in interesting times" is a sentiment that echoes back through history and it is no less true today.