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turns out it was photos of dems paperwork which shouldnt matter as they should not be doing that to any one
A Reuters photographer was removed from the House Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington on Thursday after walking over during a break to where Democratic members of Congress had been sitting and surreptitiously photographing their notes. “During the break, a Reuters photographer, Josh Roberts, walked over to the dais and took pictures of the notes of the desks of several of my Democratic colleagues,” Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said.
so hey we got some bipartisan actions in both sides hating this photographer and kicking them out
A Reuters photographer was asked to leave the House Judiciary Committee's hearing after allegedly taking pictures of documents on Thursday afternoon. Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz addressed the situation when he sought recognition from Chairman Jerry Nadler on Thursday afternoon. "Before I make my point, during the break, a Reuters photographer, Josh Roberts, approached the dais and took pictures of the notes [on] the desks of several of my Democratic colleagues. We noticed that, announced it to staff," Gaetz stated. "That photographer has been removed. I would just say, no member, Republican or Democrat, should be subject to that."
so i guess he gets a pass but who ever put and left them there may get a scolding
They include two pictures of the desk of Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.), one closer to the desk than the other. Lieu was not at the meeting on Thursday because he’s recovering from emergency surgery.