Over a Not a Sheep's blog, he's posted a striking selection of tweets from the BBC's Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen, taken from the past three days.
That sequence shows Jeremy Bowen posting a mocking ad of Benjamin Netanyahu from one Israeli opposition grouping, the Arab Joint List, plus a tender photo of the leader of the Arab Joint List and his young son - the only such sympathetic photo tweeted by the BBC man.
It also shows Jeremy Bowen passing on the opinion of just one Israel voter and, guess what, he's a "frustrated" one "disgusted" by Mr Netanyahu!
Plus it shows Jeremy Bowen employing loaded language - "mastery of scare tactics" to (as Not a Sheep puts it) "cast aspersions on why Benjamin Netanyahu won".
And, furthermore, it shows Jeremy Bowen giving his characteristically spin on why the Likud leader won - an 'analysis' that drew a response from Colonel Richard Kemp:
.@BowenBBC You are looking at this situation in a very unsubtle way. It is much more complex than it may appear to an observer.
— RICHARD KEMP (@COLRICHARDKEMP) March 18, 2015
Sue and I have been watching JB's Twitter feed too, but I completely missed something that Not a Sheep spotted. On the morning of the election, came this: what Not a Sheep describes as "just the sort of view of Israel that you'd expect from Jeremy Bowen":-
Who, other than a BBC reporter who doesn't really like Israel, would tweet that image to the world accompanied by the caption, "this is one place I've been today, previewing elections in Israel"?