White supremacist “foot soldiers” perceive President Donald Trump’s rhetoric as “subliminal orders in their head,” warns MSNBC’s national security analyst Malcolm Nance.

In an interview with MSNBC’s Hardball during a segment on the massacres in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, Nance claimed mass shootings in the United States are fueled by far-right, white supremacist ideology by shooters who want to eliminate liberalism.


“I think that we’re finally in for a great societal change where we’re finally addressing this issue. I wrote a book last year called The Plot to Destroy Democracy, and one of the chapters, I led off with the massacre of 68 children in Norway by the original white supremacist terrorist who created the concept of this terrorist manifesto — Anders Behring Breivik,” he said. “And he did that because he thought “The Great Replacement” was underway in Norway and that the government was allowing unbridled immigration into that country.”

So in his trial, he said he massacred those children because he wanted to eliminate the next generation of liberal leadership from Norway as a warning,” he continued. “This country has had several of these mass incidents, but I think we’re overdue for a Breivik-style real massacre of a political nature.”

Trump is fostering a culture that facilitates white supremacist terrorists, Nance argued.

“These people feel that they are the foot soldiers and executors of what the disenfranchisement that the white race is feeling, and Donald Trump is giving them subliminal orders in their head,” he said. “They are no different than the mobilized, self-starting, self-radicalized terrorists of ISIS here in the United States and Europe, who take cars and drive down streets. It’s just that they have a permissive environment in which they can get firearms and go out and attack their perceived enemies.”

While Nance, in conjunction with Democrat lawmakers and the establishment media, insist the mentally ill mass shooters were inspired by Trump’s “racist” rhetoric, an abundance of evidence, first reported by conservative media outlets, irrefutably verifies they were leftists – not Trump supporters.

Patrick Wood Cruisis Patrick Wood Cruisis, who opened fire at a Walmart Saturday and massacred 20 people and wounded 25 more, wrote a “manifesto” titled “Economic Reasons,” in which he expresses his support for openly socialist policies, including universal income, socialized medicine and a belief in “global warming.”

He expressed disdain for Democrat’s advocacy of open border, but explicitly declared “the Republican Party is also terrible” because it is “pro-corporation” and “pro-corporation = pro-immigration.”

In the manifesto, Cruisis said he chose a gun-free zone as his target for obvious reasons.

Hours after the tragic massacre in El Paso, 24-year-old Connor Betts gunned down nine people, including his 22-year old sister and wounded over two dozen in the streets of Dayton, Ohio. Public records verify Connor Betts was registered to vote listing his party affiliation as Democrat, while photographs of the shooter indicate he was a Satanist.

On Sunday evening, Twitter suspended an account reportedly linked to Betts. The account tweeted support of socialism, in favor of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), against President Donald Trump and against Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The Dayton Daily News reported Monday evening that the gunman who carried out a mass shooting early Sunday morning “definitely leaned to the left” politically and did not support the Second Amendment.

“[Former friend Will] El-Fakir, who said he’s personally pro-2nd Amendment, described Betts as “definitely not a right-leaning person,” the publication wrote. “His political views definitely leaned to the left. And believe it or not, he was actually pro-gun control. He was actually anti-2nd Amendment.”

 “He never once spit out a conservative opinion on gun control,” El-Fakir said.

Bett’s friends also told the newspaper that the shooter had previously threatened to attack bars and said they were had even reported him to local police because of his ongoing bizarre behavior, prompting them to cut ties with him.

“He’d unexpectedly brandish guns and once talked about shooting up Timothy’s, a popular bar among University of Dayton students, a former friend told the Dayton Daily News.

Democrat lawmakers have taken no interest in the Ohio shooter’s views as they blame Trump and Republicans for the tragedies, while top Democrats, most notably Rep. Maxine Waters, have notoriously ratcheted up mob violence amongst their supporters.

Last year, Waters screamed like a wild woman at a rally, shouting at the crowd that “God is on their side” to attack all President Donald Trump supporters “in restaurants, in department stores, and in gas stations.”