Oh no, too far. He did a lot that was wrong, but the show makers decided that he, the white male, had to be the bad guy as oppossed to the socially manipulative black female cult leader advocating violence and rioting.
Whereas the PoC had a change of heart and a redemption arc, and gets saved by butterflies, the white male doubled down on her philosophy and killed that gorilla thing and staged a violent coup so he gets horrifically dissolved by alien roaches.
They're BOTH fucking psychos for not learning the very obvious lesson that "number goes up when you're bad/gain mental problems".
There is a very clear trend in society of treating certain demographics as punching bags. As blatant as blackface caricatures, white males and specifically father figures have born the brunt of media's angst and hate. Characters like Meg are noteable exceptions and the fact that they had a girl as the punching bag is itself the counter-culture joke. Infinity Train follows that trend in season 3, but the show has an out for having an honestly good and useful white male character in season 2. Really, the rarity of this gets them some points. I'm all for that "representation" bit. The fact that they had to saddle him up with a "strong women" literally made of metal does detract from it though.
Because, seriously, I'm looking for shows for my little boy. He's 7. What shows are out there with a young white male protagonist portrayed in a positive light? Something where they're competent and positive role-models would be nice. With a father-figure that isn't an incompetent, broke, lazy, fat, idiot, please.