White House Correspondent Dodges Falling Lights Like She’s In ‘The Matrix’

Adrian Ovalle

NBC News’ Kristen Welker swerved to prevent 2 falling TELEVISION light stands throughout her live broadcast outside the White House Thursday.

The White House correspondent then calmly continued her report about the coronavirus pandemic, like it was no big offer. Take a look at the clip here:

Some people on Twitter recommended Welker’s relocations were directly out of “The Matrix” motion picture franchise, starring Keanu Reeves, or a supernatural thriller.

Kristen Welker like Neo in The Matrix.

— generation jones (@JoeRhile) April 22,2020

That looks like a scene from a supernatural thriller! Bravo Kristen!

— Roger Clark (@RogerClark41) April 22,2020

Welker’s avoid likewise concerned the attention of the Philadelphia Eagles, which tweeted this spoof scouting report in action:

Scouting report: Possibility plainly has exceptional understanding of the game and raw skill to match her speed. Elite capability to prevent contact in little areas.

— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) April 22,2020

NBC anchor Andrea Mitchell, on the other hand, hailed her coworker as “intrepid” for not missing out on a beat throughout their interview “despite gusts of wind and falling light stands.”

“But boy did it scare all of us,” Mitchell tweeted.

The brave @kwelkernbc does not miss out on a beat regardless of gusts of wind and falling light stands. Young boy did it frighten all of us. Thanks constantly to my buddy, Kristen, for continuing. pic.twitter.com/9lwa5EqyZp

— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) April 22,2020

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