Skip to comments.She’s ROLLING: Andrea Mitchell tweets about 100th anniversary of WWII, there’s just 1 problem
Posted on 07/16/2017 3:58:15 PM PDT by DFG
July 14 is Bastille Day, the French national holiday that celebrates the beginning of republican democracy in France and the end of tyrannical rule. Many media outlets in America reported on the festivities around the celebration in France:
But none did it
than Andrea Mitchell.
(Excerpt) Read more at twitchy.com ...
and America got involved because the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor...
Let’s face it, journalists are not rocket scientists. They’re barely high school graduates in the intellect department.
Lets face it, journalists are not rocket scientists. Theyre barely high school graduates in the intellect department.
Hired for knowing someone or having a pretty face ,, I know the local channel 6 news crew ,, they hang out at my wifes restaurant and get sh*tfaced between broadcasts.
“Germans bombed Pearl Harbor...”
Paging Mr. Blutarsky...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8lT1o0sDwI Forget it , she’s on a roll.
I or II at this point what difference does it make. (Roman numerals are hard eh Andrea)
It’s a typing error,we all make them.
I remember my dad fighting the NVA at the battle of the Bulge.....
Well in Andrea’s case we can eliminate your second reason.
Just from quickly viewing the title, I thought Andrea was celebrating her 100th birthday.
MoDo must’ve bought some more magic brownies and shared them this time.
Enough alcohol to kill the conscience.
It’s a typo.
She meant World War Eleven (WW11)
My statement stands!
Ha-ha, extra flog!
I'm still fighting it........It seems hopeless at this point.
I recall an episode involving Ashleigh Banfield back some twenty years ago when she was working as an anchor at some TV station in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She contributed an article to our university’s alumni journal (we both went to Queen’s, but my time there was a little bit after her’s). It concerned her impressions of living and working in Texas and it was basically a puerile, ignorant screed about guns and racism and other canned sanctimonious talk.
Really showed to me as a young person back then that journalists are not particularly bright nor thoughtful on most fronts.
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