Even the Libs Are Tired of Ukraine War LARPers!

You’d think a former Navy member would at least have respect for the men dying in combat to defend their country. You’d be correct unless we’re talking about Malcolm Nance, an MSNBC commentator and apparently, a LARPing cosplayer.

Nance went to Ukraine not long after the Russian invasion began. It didn’t take much for everyone to realize just how full of crap his stories were, considering nothing he was saying lined up with how the war was actually unfolding.

Liar pretends to be assisting Ukraine, accused of stolen valor

According to him, he was an operator of the Legion. Nance has uncovered several “conspiracies” involving other officials from the agency, labeling Emese Abigail Fayk as a “Russian spy” without any solid evidence to prove it.

Of course, you can’t expect proper military prowess from the liberals, especially not Nance who’s barely seen any combat in his lifetime. It’s been proven several times that he’s only putting on his gear for the show.

A thorough analysis of his reports shows he’s been constantly relocating himself to the safe parts of the country; he’s continued to publish these “intelligence reports,” despite having no jurisdiction to do so.

In fact, he’s so far gone that he truly believes he’s contributing to the defense of Ukraine, almost as if he’s not just some hack who couldn’t even spell the word “intelligence” if you asked him to.

Naturally, as the combat escalated to a point where his ass was in trouble, he departed from the country, continuing his LARPing from overseas.

Someone get this guy a reality check

Instead of lying to his followers from Ukraine, he’s now doing the same thing from the comfort of his own home. He started a fundraiser with another former Legion member, Ben Lackey, who’s just as much of a hack as Nance is.

According to Pentagon, Lackey lied to the Legion about his previous military experience, which is essentially non-existent, considering his entire work history is him working as a waiter at some steakhouse.

The number of lies you’ll run into online is astounding, to say the least. Considering some of these complete losers are using a deadly conflict from halfway across the globe to gain internet clout is disgusting.

No matter how you look at it, Nance’s “reporting” has done more damage to those impacted by the war than it’s done to help them, all for the sake of bolstering his media profile.

The fact that a man with a net worth of well over $1 million posed as a soldier of the Legion defending Ukraine is a smear on this country’s name; it shouldn’t be overlooked that MSNBC took part in enabling his endeavors.

War isn’t a game and it’s certainly not a joke, especially when tens of thousands of people are giving their lives for their country while LARPers like Nance pose in combat gear, ready to take the first plane back to the US the moment they sense danger.

This article appeared in The Record Daily and has been published here with permission.