MSNBC Analyst Malcolm Nance Says The Left May Have To ‘Fight’ Their Trump-Supporting Neighbors

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MSNBC contributor Malcolm Nance defined Republicans as an “insurgency,” comparing them to multiple terror organizations and suggesting they’d have to be fought to prevent them from “killing” their neighbors.

Nance’s explicit calls for a war against Republicans came during a recent episode of the MSNBC talk show “Zerlina,” in which he was promoting his book, “They Want to Kill Americans: The Militias, Terrorists, and Deranged Ideology of the Trump Insurgency.”

Just a normal day over at MSNBC.

He began by claiming “30% of the population of the United States” fall under the umbrella of “white extremism,” as evidenced by the events of January 6th.

“To characterize that, to understand what kind of terrorism we might be dealing with, you have to label it as white extremism because we have 30% of the population of the United States who no longer believe in the democratic norms that we established in the founding of the country,” Nance explained.

“A year and a half ago, when I was calling this an insurgency, people were saying, ‘That’s crazy. This isn’t an insurgency. This isn’t like Iraq. It’s not like Libya. It’s not like Syria,'” he continued. “Well, it is. And it’s well on its way.”

He then suggested Republicans and Trump voters will have to be fought before they kill their neighbors.

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Malcolm Nance Says Trump Voters Are an ‘Insurgency’

Malcolm Nance’s comments seem to indicate he’s itching for an actual physical war against Republicans and supporters of former President Donald Trump. How else is one to take his comments?

He compared the GOP to the “Irish Republican Army,” – better known as the IRA.

“So, we are well on our way to a multiyear campaign that we are already two years into this campaign where we may have to fight them, the ‘they’ in my title, and the ‘they’ in my title is those who want to kill Americans are your neighbors,” he warned.

Nance’s calls for violence against one’s neighbors of a certain political persuasion – a party expected to regain control of Congress following the midterm elections – sounds an awful lot like somebody trying to start a coup or insurrection.

The MSNBC analyst recently took up arms for Ukraine by joining the International Legion.

The move prompted the network to define him as a “former analyst” though it’s quite clear, contributing to the network just three months later, that this was never true.

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Trump Supporters Are Greater Threat Than ISIS

As per his comments previously, Malcolm Nance has consistently referred to Republicans and their supporters as an ‘insurgency.’

In fact, an online description of his aforementioned book suggests all 74 million of those who voted for Trump as ‘radicals’ and even provides a clever name for the big bad “Trump Insurgency in the United States, or TITUS.”

Nance believes, according to the book’s characterization, the Capitol riot was an event “heralding the start of a generational terror threat greater than either al-Qaeda or the Islamic State.”

Think about that – He’s calling for a fight against people that, in his mind, are worse than ISIS.

If you’re worried, however, this image should put your mind at ease:

Nance is just another in a long line of MSNBC analysts that are simply asked to contribute the absolute least intelligent but sensational commentary they can think of in order to appeal to the lowest common denominator of society.

Just think for a second – the people that are terrified of semi-automatic hunting rifles are going to start a civil war against gun-toting conservatives?

Even prior to the January 6 riot and the so-called start of the ‘insurgency,’ Malcolm Nance insinuated Trump had been calling for a terror attack in America similar to that of Anders Breivik, who murdered 77 people, many of them children, in Norway.

He invented a very interesting conspiracy theory about Trump using secret subliminal messages. Presumably, he’s the only one receiving these secret conspiracy messages.

“These people feel that they are the foot soldiers and executors of what the disenfranchisement that the white race is feeling and Donald Trump is giving them subliminal orders in their head,” he said of Republicans.

“They are no different than the mobilized, self-starting, self-radicalized terrorists of ISIS here in the United States and Europe, who take cars and drive down streets.”

Strange days.

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