Rula Jebreal has done more in the time since MSNBC cut her loose to present an alternative reality to the usual "Israel can do no wrong" claptrap than she ever would have if she had stayed. In this segment, she takes on Breitbot Ben Shapiro and does not cut him even a millimeter of slack.
When it was Jebreal's turn to speak, she immediately highlighted Shapiro's penchant for the incendiary.
"Well, I think Ben is not really in a position to lecture us about extremism, especially after what he said about President Obama, when he called him Jew-hater, when he called him anti-Semitic and when he called for the expulsion of Arabs in the West Bank and Gaza, and Arab-Israelis like myself, as a solution," Jebreal said.
Jebreal said it's telling that Shapiro is too much for The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg.
"You know, it's so hard to listen to somebody that even Jeffrey Goldberg called a fascist," Jebreal said.
One of the more interesting moments in the debate was when they turned to the question of false equivalencies. From the transcript: