The RNC pounced on the Democratic Party communications director for knocking the FOIA request, suggesting to Woodhouse how he could help add some bipartisanship to the situation:
— GOP (@GOP) May 22, 2013
The RNC communications director said the Republicans didn’t have options like those employed by certain others in government:
@woodhouseb we had to FOIA, its not like we can just get all the phones records
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) May 22, 2013
Twitter conservatives joined in:
I like how @woodhouseb pretends like a FOIA request is some partisan or bad thing. FOIA is a tool to get info we are entitled to.
— AG (@AG_Conservative) May 22, 2013
@woodhouseb You would prefer a hotel break-in?
— Bob Owens (@bob_owens) May 22, 2013
— Velvet ✞ Hammer (@velvethammer) May 22, 2013
— Kelly (@flyoverangel) May 22, 2013
— RBe (@RBPundit) May 22, 2013
.@woodhouseb A FOIA request is partisan the same way journalism is espionage.
— Razor (@hale_razor) May 22, 2013
— Laura McGinnis (@Txsleuthe) May 22, 2013