MSNBC contributor nominates Trump property for target of ISIS bombing, deletes tweet

MSNBC contributor ISIS bomb Trump property
Malcolm Nance (YouTube)

On Tuesday, MSNBC contributor Malcolm Nance issued a tweet suggesting the terrorist group ISIS bomb Trump Tower Istanbul.

“This is my nominee for the first ISIS suicide bombing of a Trump property,” Nance tweeted.  He later deleted the tweet, but not before it was captured for posterity.

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According to Newsbusters:

Nance has since deleted the tweet but has yet to issue an apology or a clarification.

This isn’t the first time Nance has invoked ISIS in relation to Donald Trump. During the 2016 election, he once declared that Donald Trump was the “ISIS candidate,” and claimed he was propping up the terrorist organization with his rhetoric.

And when it comes to terrorist attacks, Nance has a history of playing them down. In his commentary on the truck attack in Nice, France, Nance argued that the driver could possibly be just suffering from a mental ailment.

Nance had also downplayed the attack at the gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. There he suggested that the attack was not linked to terrorism but Omar Mateen’s personal “psycho-sexual problem.” He also added that “San Bernardino may, in fact, have been a hybrid act of terrorism/workplace violence.”

Let’s face it — liberals like Nance would love nothing more than to see ISIS murder Trump or destroy his property.  It’s what they’ve devolved into over the last eight years.


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