NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, who helpfully offered to fact-check the first presidential debate on behalf of “real journalists” everywhere, found herself carrying heavier buckets of water than usual the next day. It was only then that President Obama had the chance to deliver his witty rejoinders on Big Bird, which she praised as the president at last “finding his voice.”
Days later, Mitchell is still fretting that so many millions of voters missed the chance Wednesday night to see Obama “attacking Romney facts.”
@mitchellreports cant' tell what your bias is, oh no. you tweet this stuff with a company account?
— sharon lynch (@sharon_lynch) October 6, 2012
She has her fingers firmly crossed for Thursday’s vice presidential debate, though, as Team Obama has assured her it has more Romney “misstatements to drop.”
@mitchellreports To be fair, shouldn't your reference to "misstatements" be in quotes?
— Andy Williams (@AndyWil12408417) October 6, 2012
To be fair? Please!
@mitchellreports – Will they making these claims in all 57 states
— Gene Chavanne Jr (@GeneChavanneJr) October 6, 2012
@mitchellreports ,Betraying signs of a demoralized army?
— LadyMacbeth (@Macbeth1Lady) October 6, 2012