MSNBC analyst Malcolm Nance predicted that a litany of horrors and injustices would certainly follow if Republicans were successful in their efforts to retake control of the House, the Senate, or both in November’s midterm elections.
Nance spoke with Sirius XM radio host Dean Obeidallah on Friday about the upcoming elections, and he made it clear that the seriousness of the predicament in which Democrats find themselves could not be oversold.
“What should Democrats be doing?” Obeidallah asked.
“It’s battle stations! The Democrats, Joe Biden, all the rest of them need to understand they are… What are we? July, August, December, October, November. You are four months from the end of American democracy. Four months. And we said that in 2020. And that was true then, too, right?” Nance began, claiming that if Republicans gained power, they would never allow another election to be held.
“They will vote through every piece of legislation, and defund every component of the United States government,” Nance continued, going on to predict multiple impeachments — and he even suggested that Republicans would act to expand the Supreme Court, despite the fact that Democrats have openly called for President Joe Biden to pack the Court and Nance himself shared an article in 2020 claiming that Democrats could “save democracy” by packing the Court.
“They’re not joking about impeaching Joe Biden every week. Okay. And Kamala Harris, and getting rid of people and or, you know, expanding the Supreme Court, whatever it is they think they can do, even though some of it’s crazy.”
Nance went on to claim that Republicans — on the suggestion of Congresswomen Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Lauren Boebert (R-CO) — would criminally prosecute anyone who played a role in investigation January 6th.
“This will be the end of Congress. We’ve already seen the end of the Supreme Court. We’ve seen the Supreme Court is no longer an instrument of justice. It is a political body that is looking out for its own personal political interests. Well, Congress could end this November,” he added.
“And, you know, I don’t say this lightly. You have to fight here. This is the time. You’ve got four months to mobilize 20% new voters and get every voter that voted in 2021 out there,” he concluded. “I’m certain we will have things in hand by November. But you’ve got to mobilize people.”