NYT reporter Ken Vogel was oh-so-upset by the noise of the fireworks at the end of the RNC Convention.
Was he also troubled by a crazed mob attacking guests as they left the WH grounds? Not so much.
Via Fox News.
New York Times reporter Ken Vogel raised eyebrows Thursday night when he tweeted a “fun fact” about President Trump’s late-night fireworks show at the close of the Republican National Convention….
FUN FACT: In Washington, DC, it is unlawful for a person to make an unreasonably loud noise between 10pm & 7am that is likely to annoy or disturb one or more other persons in their residences, punishable by a max fine of $500 & 90 days in jail. https://t.co/dH0H0FXCiL
— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) August 28, 2020
Would have been nice if this had been enforced as “activists” terrorized neighborhoods at 2 AM banging drums, screaming, blocking roads and shining lights into people’s homes. https://t.co/J51JzPJqya
— Ellen Carmichael (@ellencarmichael) August 28, 2020
Fun fact: they applied for and received a permit https://t.co/F50bTxoqa8
— Allan (@AllanRicharz) August 28, 2020
Clear that space on your shelf, quickly! The Pulitzer is on its way
— mamamia (@virginiacracker) August 28, 2020