After giving a 15 minute long Press briefing, White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee-Sanders had to endure a flurry of screaming reporters. One, that stood out about all was a male reporter who screamed, “Do your job, Sarah!”, just as the room started to quiet down.
Breakfast Media White House correspondent, Andrew Feinberg took credit for the rude and unprofessional act. He then made it his personal mission to burden the people of social media with his rants.
Like all snowflakes, Feinberg took to Twitter to complain about not getting his way:
“Sarah Huckabee Sanders refuses to do the job for which she is paid money raised from US taxpayers. She delays each briefing so she can use a presidential event as an excuse to end it early. She does not respond to emails, she does not meet with (most) reporters. Why is she here?
Many reporters who cover the White House work for smaller media outlets, and it’s clear the administration feels those reporters (including me) are not worth their time.
Do I get calls returned or answers to any other questions I am told to pose via email? Never.
I am at the White House nearly every day but do I ever hear about them before I see nearly every other reporter coming out of them? No.
But, but, BUT…
I’m not the only reporter who @PressSec has apparently decided is insignificant enough to ignore. By ignoring me and others like me, she effectively ignores those Americans who read our work and rely on us for news each day.
Bottom line: @PressSec refuses to brief us, when she does she arranges it to avoid taking more than a few questions before ducking out, and for most of us she’s totally unresponsive.
Why is she in that job drawing $180k/yr salary if she won’t perform its essential functions?”
As Sarah Sanders leaves the White House press briefing, a reporter screams at her: "Do your job, Sarah!" pic.twitter.com/qNbfPsT62H
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) December 18, 2018
He also went on to share Sander’s twitter posts (mostly about the Red Hen restaurant ordeal) as if to justify his rants. The two just do not correlate, but somehow he seems to think so, I guess?