If you see a hot “exclusive” Thursday from Reuters concerning the House Judiciary Committee’s debate over the articles of impeachment, it’s probably because their photographer took advantage of a break to photograph committee members’ notes. CNN’s feed captured the photographer in action:
— Rep. Mike Johnson (@RepMikeJohnson) December 12, 2019
GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz called out the photographer when the committee resumed business:
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) December 12, 2019
Just happened again.. pic.twitter.com/bBzLzXOR2S
— Anon Tegula (@Anon_Tegula) December 12, 2019
— June Cleaver 🇺🇸 (@12Tulip3) December 12, 2019
He’s not the only photographer. There is video of two other photographers doing the exact same thing. ALL need to be named publicly and have their credentials taken away.
— Rich Anthony (@RichAnthony76) December 12, 2019
@Reuters always keeping it real and down the middle!!
— Jaydub (@Woody326) December 12, 2019
definitely should forfeit their press credentials
— 🏀🏈🍊Kim❤️VOLS🍊🏈🏀 (@kim_murrell) December 12, 2019
Breaking: he just got a job with TMZ for double the pay.
— speedius (@speedius) December 12, 2019
I can't understand why the media is called the enemy of the people…
— Barron Malarkey (@CStoneclad) December 12, 2019
Thank you to @RepMattGaetz for calling attention to this clown show reporter.
Bye, Josh Roberts of @Reuters! 👋
— 𝘊𝘢𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘎𝘰𝘳𝘥𝘰𝘯 – (@twitcathe) December 12, 2019
What a disgrace…
— Javier Garza (@JavierG26984838) December 12, 2019
You would think after the Kavanaugh hearings they would have learned.
— SapientSleuth (@SapientSleuth) December 12, 2019
Where is the sergeant at arms? Why are they permitted to be in there or at the desk to snoop?
— Randall C (@rlc1530) December 12, 2019
More proof that the media is the enemy of the people. No fear of accountability, no respect
— Boomeranger (@FoolFyter) December 12, 2019
Have their equipment seized & their credentials for being there shredded. And lock them up if they shared the photos with anyone. Then take your dang papers with you when you walk away. 🤦♀️
— Its T! (@T_tothe2ndNGa) December 12, 2019
I am sure they are just making sure the white balance is accurate. Nothing to see here. /s
— Make It So (@Makeitso_253) December 12, 2019
That's called "espionage"
— Grey Huntley (@GreyHuntley) December 12, 2019
CNN finally did something right…..accidentally.
— Tngirl37 (@tngirl37) December 12, 2019