Hack “journalist” Paula Reid had an epic meltdown during the daily coronavirus briefings with President Trump’s team in the White House. This event was a new low for the White House press corps – a group of fake news hacks that is so embarrassing at its job that CNN’s Jim Acosta is a member.
Here you see Paula Reid superimposed in a photo from 1941, demanding to know why President Roosevelt kept calling Pearl Harbor a ‘Japanese’ attack. Too funny!
But Paula Reid’s meltdown the other day was just as ridiculous as that scenario. If you’re going to be allowed into the press briefing room, you have a number of rules and protocols that you must abide by.
One of those is that you never interrupt the President of the United States when he is speaking. You’re just a little worm reporter and when the president speaks, your next question can wait until the leader of the free world is done speaking. (And that’s not a new rule that appeared just because Trump was elected; it applies to all presidents.)
The news media lost all its credibility years ago when it became Hillary Clinton’s full-time cheerleading squad to beat Trump. They’ve only become more disreputable since then.