Author and “Intelligence” analyst Malcolm Nance attacks the Republican Party as “white extremism” and an “insurgency” on MSNBC’s Zerlina

Another racist, January 6th obsessed Democrat nutjob has taken to the media to spout their contrived opinions. Intelligence analyst and author of the ironically titled “They Want to Kill Americans” Malcolm Nance took to MSNBC’s Zerlina to spout violent conspiracy theories about the GOP.

“We are well on to our way to a multi-year campaign that we are already 2 years into this campaign. Where we may have to fight ‘They.’ The ‘They’ in my title and the ‘They’ who want to kill Americans are your neighbors,” Malcolm Nance says incoherently and confidently.

Nance’s book revolves around a Democrat hero-fantasy that President Trump attempted to become a dictator and that the brave forces of Democracy™ stopped him. This is common among the delusional individuals who believe themselves to currently be living through a dystopian or action movie, and naturally also consider themselves to be the “good guys” despite all signs pointing to the contrary.

Malcolm Nance’s delusional book

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More of the interview reads as follow, from Breitbart:

Nance said, “Here is the United States — 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. Let’s just be honest about that. The January 6 uprising was an attempt to overthrow American democracy. And we have now learned from the hearing that Donald Trump intended to go there to march down to the well of the House of Representatives and essentially be crowned as a king.”

Anchor Zerlina Maxwell asked, “You call what is happening an insurgency. We have heard that term in foreign wars recently in Iraq. Talk about why you apply the term insurgency to what you see here as a persistent and ongoing threat of domestic extremists?

Nance said, “I was reading their forums. I was reading their own intelligence about what they intended to do. It was pretty clear at that point that they were going to try to either overthrow the government or they were going to settle in for a long-term series of destabilizing actions using a political party, the Republican party, as their political base and then using violence, threat of violent extremism as a way to manifest change in the street. So remove politics from the halls of power and change politics through violence on the street. This is called an insurgency. The insurrection that happened on January 6 that was one event. An insurgency is a chain of events. It’s common knowledge. 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. Well, it is. And it’s well on its way. It’s closer to the beginnings of the Irish Republican Army. You know Irish Republicanism, where now the Republican Party is Sinn Fein, and it’s just a matter of seeing who comes up as the original Irish Republicans in this story and starts carrying out acts of violence to affect change.

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The delusions border on psychosis as Nance compares the peaceful January 6th protests to the Troubles, in which the IRA carried out a campaign of killings, disappearings, and car bombs against political opponents… But he does get one thing right: Both Sinn Fein and the January 6th Patriots were fighting against oppressive regimes and injustice. However, the methods differ dramatically, with the Irish pursuing violence instead of peaceful protest.

Furthermore, despite dramatic realignment among Hispanics and even some African Americans from Democrats to President Trump, and participation by a multi-ethnic crowd during the January 6th protests, racist Malcolm Nance labels the GOP as white extremists.

Yet, 2020’s BLM black supremacy riots were perfectly fine in his view and not at all close to an insurrection.

The Democratic Party and their adherents are out of touch with reality to the degree of pure psychosis.

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