As if more proof were needed that MSNBC operates as an arm of the Democrat party, disseminating propaganda for the Obama administration and managing damage control for Hillary Clinton, their terrorism analyst took the extraordinary step of calling the presumptive candidate of the Republican party, “the ISIS candidate.”

Chris Matthews, host of the channel’s “Hardball” program played a video of Donald Trump criticizing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who looks to be named the Democrat candidate when the party meets at its nominating convention in Philadelphia from July 25 through July 28, and asked Malcolm Nance for comment.

Trump’s comments came after the most recent terror attack by radical Islamic forces when three suicide bombers killed 45 at Atatürk Airport in Istanbul, leaving 239 injured just weeks after a ISIS-inspired attack at an Orlando, Florida nightclub took the lives of 49 and wounded as many more.

The ability to “name” the enemy as the first step to defeating it has been tied to the unwillingness of President Obama and members of his administration to use the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism.”

That criticism extends to Clinton, who served as Obama’s first Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013 overseeing policies that plunged the Middle East into chaos and giving ISIS room to grow.

Trump has not been shy about laying the blame at her feet, calling her a “weak person” who would not be able to fight the terror threat if elected, and in his colorful, unscripted style said, “terror groups like ISIS have dreams at night” that she becomes president.

Nance, a frequent guest on CNN, MSNBC, and the now-defunct Al Jazeera America, called Trump’s assertions “laughable,” accusing him of “inflaming the passions of people in the West to perform Islamaphobia and draw recruits to them.”

Putting aside Nance’s bizarre statement, including a question about how one “performs” Islamaphobia, his claim that Trump, who has never held political office, is somehow responsible for the growth of Islamic jihad in the past seven years is what is truly laughable.

MSNBC and long-time Obama sycophant, Matthews, however, don’t “get” the joke.

After the tirade, Matthews added, “I agree with you. I think that’s smart.”

 

 

 

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