NBC’s chief foreign affairs correspondent gets schooled by Israeli reporter on Israeli politics

NBC’s chief foreign affairs correspondent gets schooled by Israeli reporter on Israeli politics
Andrea Mitchell, historian (Image via Twitter)

[Ed. – Gives a new meaning to ‘fake news.’]

The U.S. press loves NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell, even if she is so often wrong about so many things.

On Monday, we caught yet another glimpse of Mitchell’s unique brand of advocacy journalism when she tried — and failed — to report on a disturbance during Vice President Mike Pence’s address before the Knesset, Israel’s governing body.

“The 13 Israeli-Arab members of Israel’s Parliament held up signs saying ‘Jerusalem is the Capital of Palestine’ and were forcibly removed by security as Pence started to speak,” NBC News’ chief foreign affairs correspondent tweeted.

She added, “Can you imagine Capitol Police dragging members of the congressional black caucus off the House floor?”

Mitchell’s tweet is heavy on the inaccuracies and light on the context, according to Knesset reporter Lahav Harkov‏.

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