A June 13 WorldNetDaily article used the hook of a (Hebrew-only) profile of Aaron Klein in an Israeli newspaper to push the dubious claim that Klein is "quickly becoming somewhat of a media sensation – in Israel." The article features this interesting tidbit:
Klein told the paper why he thinks covering the U.S. while living in Tel Aviv is advantageous.
“I have a major advantage being in Israel,” Klein told the Post. “For example when a child is raised in a dysfunctional household, sometimes he doesn’t realize the reality of the situation until he leaves and takes a look at things from the outside. Being here in Israel I have the advantage of exploring U.S. politics with a proper perspective, where I can see things far more clearly.”
What have WND readers gotten from Klein's "proper persective" of covering the U.S. while living halfway across the world?
Lots of guilt-by-association smears.
Even more hiding behind anonymous sources to make questionable claims.
A pile of distorted or outright false attacks on Elena Kagan.
A coterie of fringe extremists to make even more dubious claims.
That's not "proper perspective" -- that's letting your bias drive your reporting. As any real journalist knows, there's nothing proper about that.