MSNBC analyst tweets ‘#DealWithIt’ over US Marines being killed; plays race card after pushback

It’s often in the worst moments we experience as a nation that we see the worst of the left on full display, and Thursday was no different.

On the day 13 U.S. service members, including U.S. Marines and a Navy corpsman, died in Afghanistan after a pair of suicide bombings, Vice News would smear the U.S. Marine Corps by claiming it’s full of neo-Nazis. But that proved to be tame compared to MSNBC intelligence analyst Malcolm Nance.

The radical left analyst essentially shrugged off the bombings outside Kabul’s airport in a tweet he would later delete, essentially telling those who mourned the tragic loss of life brought on by President Biden’s failed strategy in surrendering to the Taliban to “deal with it” — using a hashtag to convey the callous remark.

“20 YEARS- FYI there have been terrorist suicide bombers killing civilians nearly DAILY in Afghanistan. This ain’t new. It’s why we are leaving,” Nance wrote in the now-deleted tweet that included the hashtag “#DealWithIt.”

Nance was crucified online for the insensitive tweet and the Navy vet would later post a series of tweets in response to the outcry to proclaim how much he reveres the U.S. military and how “heartsick” he was over the loss of life, adding that he “would never intentionally disrespect my brothers [and] sisters in arms.”

However, being a black liberal, he first played the race card — apparently, there are circumstances where Twitter allows the N-word, based on who’s using it:

The tweet denotes only four deaths at the time, showing that Nance quickly seized on the incident to carry water for the Biden administration, even as the Marines were still counting the dead.

In 2019, Nance claimed on air that President Trump may have been compromised by Russia as early as 1977. In 2017, he said in a tweet that ISIS should carry out a suicide attack on Trump Tower in Istanbul.

As for the fallout over his initial tweet, the criticism was intense — rightfully so. There was no focus paid to the color of his skin, as those who responded were more focused on his black heart.

As for Nance’s transparent efforts to save grace after stepping into a steaming pile, judge for yourself as to his sincerity:

Tom Tillison

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