What does it mean when なの is used in a sentence like the one above? The を that comes after it is really throwing me off.
I came across a similar question on here but all the examples and explanations relate to なの being used as a way to end a sentence. What confuses me the most is なの in the sentence I came across isn't being used to end it. Should I just apply the answers provided in the link I found to this sentence or is there something more to it?
Edit: I was asked to provide more context to the sentence above, so here's the whole sentence: