(PresidentialInsider.com)- Far-left extremist and MSNBC contributor Malcom Nance said Americans could have to battle their neighbors if they back Trump. The former president and his followers are sometimes called “the Trump insurgency” by Nance, who calls himself an “extremism specialist.”
Nance told Peacock’s Zerlina Maxwell that here in 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. They don’t believe in the democratic norms we established at the country’s founding.
He said we should be upfront about it. An effort was made to subvert American democracy on January 6. Nance said that we know from the hearing that Donald Trump wanted to travel there to march to the House of Representatives well and be crowned as a king.
Malcom Nance was keen to point out that when discussing extremists, whether of the Islamic faith or another political persuasion, it is crucial to distinguish that their race, religion, or political influence has nothing to do with their acts. Nance contends that those who support Trump are “insurgents” who must be specifically identified as “white radicals.”
Nance’s description of insurgents made Zerlina Maxwell delighted. “You refer to the current situation as an insurgency. Why do you think domestic radicals are an insurgency?
Nance stated that he browsed their forums. He was able to discern their intentions from their intellect. He felt at that point, it was pretty evident 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, the threat of violent extremism, as a way to manifest change in the street.
“So, banish politics from the corridors of power and reshape politics via street violence. An insurgency is what we would call this. One instance was the uprising on January 6,” Nance said.
Nance continued by drawing comparisons between the Republican Party and the Irish Republican Army before calling for the national security state to crack down on Americans.