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Wheel of Fortune’s Pat Sajak Under Fire After Tweet

Wheel of Fortune’s Pat Sajak Under Fire After Tweet

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Host Pat Sajak performs through the NFL Players Week 10th Anniversary on Wheel Of Fortune on December 6, 2005 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak has come below hearth after he posted a tweet lately concerning the COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown. The longtime recreation present host tweeted, “When a disc jockey or a talk show host or a journalist who is being paid to work from his or her home tells people who can’t work, pay bills or pay their rent or mortgage to ‘Stay home and be careful because we’re all in this together,’ it’s okay to question the premise.”

The Wheel of Fortune host tweeted this early Saturday morning, and after making this assertion on Twitter, he obtained backlash from many customers.

Sajak Received Criticism After Tweeting About Questioning ‘the Premise’

One particular person tweeted:

They wrote, “When a game show host who has 10s of millions in bank and is still getting paid tells people to go out and ignore a novel virus, its ok to question the premise.” Another particular person replied to Sajak’s tweet:

He stated, “When a game show host, President etc tell people ‘we need to re-open the economy because people need to work so they can pay bills or rent or mortgage’ but don’t endorse giving enough financial relief to people so they don’t have to work, it’s ok to question the premise.” Another particular person tweeted:

He wrote, “When are rich people tell working people that go out and die without a national testing strategy or other hope oh, it’s okay to question the premises.” One particular person tweeted:

She wrote, “Yes Pat, a man who makes $12-$15 million per year by telling a woman when to spin a wheel can really relate to those out of work, not receiving a paycheck because you still get yours , then turn around and attack the media for doing their job , trying to keep people safe.” Another Twitter consumer replied to Sajak:

He wrote, “When millionaires go and tell you to go out and work and risk your health, your loved ones and complete strangers, while they can work from home or stay inside, it’s ok to question the premise.”

Not All of the Comments Were in Disagreement With Sajak’s Tweet

Not all of the replies had been in disagreement with Sajak’s tweet. Many individuals agreed with the Wheel of Fortune host’s assertion. One particular person tweeted:

They wrote, “When millionaires share videos saying ‘we’re all in this together’ from their mansions it makes me laugh. Thanks for being normal, Pat.” Another consumer posted:

They wrote, “Thank you, this wanted to be stated. I’m one of the blessed individuals who has been capable of make money working from home and protect my earnings, and I cannot judge the actions of any particular person preventing to do the identical! God Bless those that are victims of this virus. #YouAreNotForgotten.” One consumer posted:

They stated, “You should have been hosting your own network news show all of these years. Your tweets always reveal how profoundly intelligent and authentic you are.” A consumer posted:

She wrote, “Amen. I am so tired of those sappy insincere commercials too.”

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