Malcolm Nance, National Security Commentator and Military Volunteer in Ukraine joins the International Legion of Military Volunteers
Malcolm Nance was a MSNBC former analyst. Nance often claimed that his political opponents are Kremlin collaborators and white supremacists. Nance left MSNBC in order to support foreign volunteers against Russian forces.
“The more I saw of the war going on, the more I thought, I’m done talking,”Nance stated this Monday evening in an interview with Joy Reid, a former colleague of MSNBC. “It’s time to take action here. So, about a month ago, I joined the international legion here in Ukraine, and I am here to help this country fight, you know, what essentially is a war of extermination.”
Nance, a 61-year old author who is a US Navy veteran, was known as a national intelligence analyst while he worked as an MSNBC commentator. Nance worked as a counterintelligence analyst and cryptologist during his twenty-year Navy career. He later started an intelligence consulting company. “quite a bit of time” in Ukraine during the runup to Russia’s military offensive against Kiev. He added that he had friends in the Ukrainian army who sent messages from Donetsk saying they weren’t going to survive after Moscow’s offensive began.
“This is an existential war, and Russia has brought it to these people, and they are mass murdering civilians,”Nance stated. “And there are people here like me who are here to do something about it.”
Nancy wrote books accusing Russia plotting to attack her. “destroy democracy”How to get Donald Trump elected as President “betray America.” During the 2016 campaign, he falsely accused Green Party candidate Jill Stein – then a threat to siphon left-wing votes away from Hillary Clinton – of having hosted a program on RT. He tarred journalist Glenn Greenwald as an “agent of Moscow”Who was it? “deep in the Kremlin pocket.”
He accused Russian forces Monday of using heavy weapons in the massacre of civilians in Ukraine. “That is the fundamental reason everyone is here,”Nance stated. “The international legion is a multinational force. They are both men and women. There are thousands who are here to protect this country.”
Both Reid, and Nance, are both black. She asked an MSNBC host if he was black. “any special danger”Because “you clearly are not Ukrainian when they see you.”Nance said that all are being targeted in the war and Ukrainians understand that they have foreign volunteers fighting alongside them. Neither Reid nor Nance mentioned Ukraine’s neo-Nazi militias.
Nance has frequently made race a focus of his commentaries, such as when he called last year’s US Capitol riot the “ultimate white privilege.”Trump was accused of viewing America as a nation where there is no freedom. “white tribe dominates all other tribes,”Nance compared Trump supporters to ISIS terrorists. Nance claimed that white nationalists had been referred to as teenager Kyle Rittenhouse who was shot by three rioters while he was being attacked last November. “high-fiving”If the Black Lives Matter or Antifa case were presented, they would likely be inspired to murder Antifa protesters.
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Nance did not appear on MSNBC as a news commentator but openly supported Democrats. During last year’s US withdrawal from Afghanistan, Nance dismissed critics of the Biden administration’s evacuation efforts as “naysayers.”Nance claimed that such terrorist attacks are common in Afghanistan after the deaths of 13 US soldiers in Kabul Airport bombings. “This ain’t new,” he said on Twitter. “It’s why we are leaving. #DealWithIt.”