Video: ABC’s Reporter Thought All The Cameras Were Off, So He Removes His Mask While Still In The White House Briefing Room

Mainstream media hypocrisy over coronavirus pandemic-era masks is becoming a trend.

Masks for thee but not for me.

ABC’s White House correspondent Jonathan Karl may have worn her mask during the White House press briefing, but he promptly removed the facial covering when the cameras were off — or so he thought.

A video that was sent to us today shows shortly after White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany finished her briefing, Karl removed his face mask which he had worn during the televised event.

Other reporters in the video can be seen also wearing face masks which they did not remove. They also maintained social distance among one another in the briefing room.


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He is proving for the millionth time the media hacks are the ultimate hypocrites.

Even local news reporters are hilarious, They stand out in the open, usually 50 to 100 ft to the nearest object, making a report and you can barely understand a word through their mask.

This video surfaces after CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins was called out by President Trump earlier this year over a video showing her removing her mask while inside the White House briefing room when she presumably thought cameras were turned off.

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The mainstream media and their hypocrisy know no limits!
Just like Gavin Newsom and his top doctors eating together and no masks no social distancing and more than 6 people… makes you think… makes you really think about everything!

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