MSNBC sets off Twitter after pundit compares Trump to ISIS leader, blaming president for Michigan governor kidnapping plot

Anti-Trump writer and MSNBC terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance has labeled the anti-government extremists who plotted

Anti-Trump writer and MSNBC terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance has labeled the anti-government extremists who plotted to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer “VanillaISIS” and declare they adhere to “their al-Baghdadi,” Donald Trump.

“These individuals ended up radicalized by the really fact that a black male could sit in the Oval Workplace,” Nance said of the just lately-arrested Michigan would-be kidnappers and other radical groups in the US. 

“Where they are now,” he ongoing, “is a point out of readiness to assist Donald Trump.”

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“He is their al-Baghdadi,” Nance additional, comparing the US president to the late Iraqi terrorist and Islamic State (IS, previously ISIS) leader. 

Nance then considered the Michigan extremists and some others “VanillaISIS,” in reference to the ‘90s white rapper Vanilla Ice and the terrorist organization.

“And this distinct strain of VanillaISIS, if you want to contact it that, they are arming them selves,” the writer said. 

The phrase “VanillaISIS” has started trending on social media wherever primarily liberals have capitalized on the comparison.

“VanillaIsis are Terrorists – pure and very simple – and they ought to be taken care of as such,” North Carolina politician Mark Judson tweeted. 

“Donald Trump incites Domestic Terrorism. Donald Trump incites #VanillaISIS,”wrote journalist David Leavitt.

Nevertheless Nance and a lot of Democrats have at the very least partly blamed Trump’s controversial rhetoric for the Michigan kidnapping plot, at the very least 1 of the gentlemen arrested, Brandon Caserta, has now been uncovered to be a critic of the president, submitting a video clip blasting him as part of the “enemy” in government. 

Caserta and some others accused of wanting to kidnap Gov. Whitmer reportedly wished to incite a civil war in Michigan by means of the kidnapping and other functions of violence.

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