It depends on how you define socialism.
Marxists can try and pin down socialism to one objectively correct definition, but they've been arguing about it since the very beginning, resulting in lots of different socialist groups all bickering about who has the TRUE and HONEST form of socialism.
Using a loose definition, anyone from social democrats to leninists, to national socialists are all socialists.
I'm not a fanatical hitler-worshipper, but after years of activism, it became apparent to me that a lot of the international side of socialism- the fuzzy, sentimental, effeminate sjw aspect of socialism is exploited by international finance capitalism to break apart the normal organic bonds between people and create a pliant, interchangeable worker caste that can be easily exploited for profit.
If you look at the class breakdown of modern america, you have a coalition of well-off, oversheltered soft-leftist elites aligned with a lumpenproletariat gangster caste and the traditional working class of skilled and unskilled labor (who actually run the farms and factories), who tend towards either libertarianism or populist communitarianism (fiscally socialist, socially conservative). But that populist communitarianism is never good enough and the actual working class is regarded as a barrier to progress to be eliminated because they think trans bathrooms are weird and toxic masculinity or some other bullshit
Basically, you can't win. Everyone hates each other and we're all going to die.