I think you're going to need some sort of formation hitherto unknown in the West as a political force, which is why I mentioned eugenics/eugenism - pretty much all the contentious issues of today concern the eugenics question and population control agendas, capitalism itself included. Capitalism today is defended almost entirely on Social Darwinist or eugenicist arguments for meritocracy, rather than liberal notions of property rights or belief that free markets are beneficial for society (since the overwhelming evidence is that praying to the market is a terrible policy that wrecks everything it touches). Yet, for reasons that aren't too hard to figure out, a hardline anti-eugenics movement never formed anywhere in the world, and even if it did, there would need to be some positive alternative. "Socialism" of some sort would be an answer, but the socialist parties themselves have incredible ideological baggage and repeatedly try to fight past battles long lost.
I think we would have to come out and say, unequivocably, that planned economies are simply superior, regardless of any ideological commitment to socialism or Marxist science. Increasingly, I think even the liberals and some conservatives are coming to accept this, and that managerial capitalism itself can't work. It won't stop the current managers of capital from trying to engineer their permanent supremacy in some new system though, and again, that comes down to the reasons why capitalism has lasted as long as it has, instead of capitalism being abandoned forever after 1929.
I don't see the right infosphere producing much of significance unless the liberals have to resort to incredibly heavy-handed tactics and are stupid (and they're not that stupid). The right in general will default towards supporting the regime no matter how bad it gets, as long as it isn't them getting crushed. The overtly fascist right for obvious reasons is a completely lost cause and will seek maximum degeneracy for degeneracy's sake.
The "intersectionals" are pretty much irrelevant and have died an ignomious death right about now, where they work overtime to discredit an initially popular uprising against police brutality. The ordinary people in the street who detest racism are sick of intersectionality and "black trans lives matter" - they want actual answers and an accountable government, and something done about the clearly failing institutions in society, and can point to Trump and his antics as proof of how far we've sunk. I think in the near future it's going to be more common to mention Obama in the same breath as Trump when speaking of American decline - people are already sick of Barry's healthcare racket and various shitty things he does in his retirement. Lib media wants to maintain the Obama cult of personality for as long as possible, but there is already disgust at Biden from the liberals and the political parties are devoid of any capable political leaders in the younger cohorts.