Malcolm Nance, a analyst of terrorism for MSNBC, has come under fire after sending out a Tweet on Tuesday where he advocates for ISIS to target and suicide bomb on of President Trump’s properties in Istanbul, Turkey.
Nance’s tweet called for ISIS launching a suicide bombing” on Trump Towers in Istanbul, two massive buildings joined together that make up more than 200 luxury apartments, which would undoubtedly result in massive loss of life.
Oddly enough, Malcolm Nance is a counterterrorism analyst for MSNBC, and was responding to a tweet of an picture of Trump Tower Istanbul that was alleging the property was the only reason President Trump congratulated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on his recent referendum win granting him more totalitarian powers.
“This is my nominee for the first ISIS suicide bombing of a Trump property,” Nance said in his tweet, which has since been deleted after a massive backlash.
Nance previously reported on Trump claiming that he “is the ISIS candidate” as well as stating, “He inflames the passions of people in the West to perform Islamophobia, to draw recruits to them, to make them say, ‘This is what America is.'” Malcolm Nance’s accusation was that because Trump was taking a hard stance on immigration from terror prone countries and speaking out against Islamic terrorism that somehow he was empowering ISIS to launch more attacks on the West, which seems unlikely since they appeared to be doing a pretty good job of that in countries that accept massive amounts of unvetted refugees.
In fact, it appears ISIS recruiting was going just fine during the Obama administration, as they managed to claim massive amounts of territory in Iraq and Syria under his watch.
The MSNBC analyst also suggested that the radical Islamic terrorist who used a truck to slaughter innocent civilians in Nice, France, was not acting on any sort of Islamic ideology, but instead was simply an “extremely disturbed person”.
“We’ve seen that,” he agreed. “We call them EDPs. Extremely disturbed persons, or emotionally disturbed persons,” Nance previously stated.
Surprisingly, Nance is still on the payroll at MSNBC and is unlikely to face any negative consequences from his calling for thousands of people to killed by ISIS suicide bombing Trump’s properties. Sadly, Nance’s calls for violence against Trump only echo past violent statements by leftist, as countless threats on the president’s life have come from anti-Trump CEO’s and journalists since the election.