Pat Sajak blasts celebs and media elites telling the struggling “we’re all in this together”

TV legend Pat Sajak set Twitter ablaze with a viral tweet calling out the hypocrisy of media elites who are “being paid to work from his or her home.”

Sajak wrote:

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.

One Twitter user replied “Every time I see a celebrity saying we’re all in this together, I yell back at them, “If I had a million dollars in the bank to live on, THEN we’d be ‘in this together.” The rest of us are barely hanging on.”

Another replied “Absolutely, the “we’re all in this together” and the “new normal” quotes belong in the trash”

Another replied sarcastically “No way, I LOVE commercials of celebrities with millions of dollars and access to all amenities telling us everything is alright and that they are sad too. And I quote “it’s ok to be sad” pretty sure we are NOT in this together. Lol”

Last month, the Trump campaign blasted Nancy Pelosi for showing off her expensive refrigerator and collection of Ice cream with a digital ad.