MSNBC's Malcolm Nance Thinks Chernobyl 'Powers Central North Ukraine'The last remaining reactor was shut down in 2000.
Feb. 24, 2022
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MSNBC regular Malcolm Nance, who has spent 36+ years in US intelligence, thinks the Chernobyl nuclear power plant "powers central North Ukraine."
"What does Putin want with Chernobyl?" a Twitter user asked Thursday after seeing news that President Zelensky claimed Russian forces were trying to seize the plant.
"It powers central North Ukraine," Nance responded in a now-deleted tweet.
The Chernobyl disaster took place in 1986. The last remaining reactor was shut down in 2000.
If you're wondering why the US is losing its global empire, consider that our intelligence community has been hiring endless incompetents like Malcolm Nance over the past four decades.
[Update: Nance quietly deleted the tweet on Thursday night. It's archived here.]
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