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:
— NBC Nightly News (@NBCNightlyNews) July 14, 2017
But none did it … better … than Andrea Mitchell.
And the 100th anniversary of US entering WWII https://t.co/ZbPgSQkEGT
— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) July 16, 2017
According to Andrea Mitchell, today marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entering WWII, 24 years before we entered WWI ¯_(ツ)_/¯ https://t.co/0Qtj9KYCr1
— Nick Short ?? (@PoliticalShort) July 16, 2017
We not sure what’s the most tragic part of this tweet, that she thought this was accurate, that she left it up …
Why is this still up
— Allie Stuckey (@conservmillen) July 16, 2017
OR that hundreds of people retweeted and fav’d it.
You'd think Andrea would remember WWI, considering she covered it. https://t.co/BsjljX9HzZ
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) July 16, 2017
Way to go, Common Core.
— Modern Day Roadbeer (@TheRoadbeer) July 16, 2017
She's on a roll.
"Did we quit when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor!?" pic.twitter.com/vAOVwcdnm8
— Not Sure (@mr233) July 16, 2017
And 794th anniversary of Louis VIII becoming king of France.
— Gavin (@SnarkActual) July 16, 2017
We were told there would be no math.
Math, not even once.
— Schadenfreudelish (@aggierican) July 16, 2017
WWI April, 1917
Andrea's war July, 1917 ?????
— Literally Not A Nazi (@Mellecon) July 16, 2017
Can I edit a tweet?
— Marc Logic (@marcannem96) July 16, 2017
Aren't journalists supposed to, like, know stuff and be accurate?
— Bill Hobbs (@billhobbs) July 16, 2017
Not in 2017, silly.
And remember kids, don't tweet drunk pic.twitter.com/Aqo3UGfCN3
— Jen DinNJ (@JenDinnj) July 16, 2017
— Ken Gardner (@KenGardner11) July 16, 2017