I haven't seen much of the BBC's coverage of the Trump administration's military strike on a Syrian regime airbase but I'm getting a strong sense from the Twitter feeds of many familiar BBC reporter that the US military action is going down well with the (duly impartial) BBC.
Here's a small selection, beginning with the the BBC's Washington bureau chief, Paul Danahar:
...a point that Newsnight presenter James O'Brien has already taken on board:
Even Katty Kay is positive about the strikes:
And for the first time ever, I've actually seen BBC reporters re-tweeting criticism of Stop The War types opposed to US military action - including Hugh Sykes:
...and John Sweeney:
John Sweeney is also among those BBC reporters re-tweeting Arab appreciation for President Trump's actions (and not - for once - re-tweeting Arab criticism):
...as is Katty Kay:
Others, like Kim Ghattas, are following their earlier tweets criticising the lack of action (by persons unspecified) over the last few years:
...with attacks on those critical of last night's strike:
Others are tweeting about editorials that back the action (and not tweeting about editorials which criticise the action), such as Ian Pannell:
...while others are placing a positive gloss on the politics of the military strike, such as Barbara Plett:
Others are even hoping that President Trump might go even further and do something even better, such as Laura Bicker:
The BBC's Middle East editor, Jeremy Bowen, has tweeted nothing about the strikes yet. Nor has the BBC's World Affairs editor John Simpson.
How much of any of this is feeding into the BBC's actual reporting I can't yet say (as I've not had time to check it out), but a definite BBC point of view is emerging on Twitter.
There are also, naturally, plenty of digs at Donald Trump for his past flat-out refusal to back military action in Syria, though even here - as with Quentin Somerville - there are surprising defences of Trump:
As for my Twitter feed in general, it's been fascinating seeing nearly all the anti-Trump types backing the strikes and nearly all the pro-Trump types opposing them - and Trump.
It's all gone topsy-turvy today.