An MSNBC contributor responded to a tweet of an image of Trump Tower Istanbul and said it was the only reason that President Donald Trump called Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to congratulate him on winning the election. However, later, he would tweet that the property should be the site of the first ISIS suicide bombing in Turkey.
This is my nominee for the first ISIS suicide bombing of a Trump property,” Counterterrorism analyst Malcolm Nance tweeted.
Of course, he turned around and deleted the tweet. As you can see, Confident Wreck picked up on exactly what nance was doing, and it’s a right thing to jump all over him for that.
To make sure he was understood, Confident Wreck went a little further.
Nance went on to say that Trump is the “ISIS candidate” during a discussion of battling Islamic terrorism with Chris Matthews.
“I will go so far as to say Donald Trump is the ISIS candidate,” said Nance. “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.’”
That’s not all. It seems that Nance would later go along with MSNBC host Thomas Roberts who claimed that the Islamic State truck jihadi in Nice in 2016 was just mentally ill and not an Islamist.
“We’ve seen that,” he agreed. “We call them EDPs. Extremely disturbed persons, or emotionally disturbed persons.”
Nance certainly doesn’t understand the issue concerning Islam and what he moronically calls “Islamophobia,” which is a violation of logic. Like those before him, he fails to deal with the 1,400 year track record of Islam and its clear teachings concerning jihad. He also fails to deal with America’s more than 200-year war with Islam, and even how Oliver Cromwell dealt with Islamists prior to that.
However, in both of those cases, there was a clear and present danger to the people of both the US and the people of England via Islamic slave trading.
While I have some of my own questions concerning Trump’s attack on a Syrian airfield and then dropping a bomb on Islamic State tunnels, but not dealing with the Islamic State in Syria, I’m not quite sure that constitutes all the things the Nance is saying here. Furthermore, calling for a bombing of private property to make a point is a serious problem and one has to wonder what in the world he was thinking to tweet such a message. Perhaps, he wasn’t thinking and that is what led to the deletion.