Pro tip for the mainstream media: If you’re gonna push an anti-Israel narrative, you’d better make damn sure you don’t torpedo your narrative immediately after you start pushing it.
Looks like MSNBC’s Matt Bradley had to learn that lesson the hard way:
MSNBC reporter Matt Bradley falsey claims Palestinian rioters in the Gaza Strip were "unarmed," then admits they "had some light weapons." pic.twitter.com/V3o3chQwnL
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) May 14, 2018
— Grace Vasquez (@itsYourGrace) May 15, 2018
Just painful. We might feel bad for him, if he weren’t, you know, a bumbling idiot who tried — and failed — to push a false narrative.
They're "light weapons" on television. When Molotov cocktails are getting thrown at you in real life, I assure you they're quite heavy. https://t.co/6yprhq1x3e
— Jesse Kelly® (@JesseKellyDC) May 15, 2018
So basically he lied.
— mwwilliams (@mwwilliams) May 15, 2018
“Light weapons” like flaming tires, grenade kites
— Rut (@rutesperanza) May 15, 2018
Those crazy kids with kites afire….
C' Mon man. How do you expect to be taken seriously??
— Sandra-Jean Leonard (@SandraJeanLeon5) May 15, 2018
…and he calls himself a reporter? damn! Think someone needs to give him the definition of reporting!
— Gray Vape DW (@dougw63) May 15, 2018
The stupidity is embarrassing
— Terry Crosby (@terrycrosby) May 14, 2018
Jaysum they are idiots. https://t.co/9SmcFu00Ir
— Heather Champion (@winningatmylife) May 15, 2018