Chris Cuomo Sets Himself Up, Asks Twitter To Prove He's Bias— They Destroyed Him
CNN is known for its fake news. They are constantly ranting and raving about the GOP and conservatives while they praise Liberals at every turn. One of their top hosts, Chris Cuomo, has a bit of a temper on him, especially if you call him Fredo. He thought he was being clever by asking a Twitter user to name the times he has been biased and then had the gall to say tick-tock... Twitter users saw the opportunity and destroyed him.
"The trouble began for Cuomo after he decided to confront a social media critic who told him “you constantly deny facts you don't like.”
“Name one?” Cuomo asked, adding: “Tick tock”.
Twitter users obliged the anchor’s request, with some listing several offenses.
“You broke quarantine while actually sick with COVID,” recalled Post columnist Karol Markowicz.
Indeed, Cuomo got in hot water in April of last year — days after announcing he had tested positive for COVID-19 — when a Hampton's cyclist called him out for violating rules against unnecessary travel set out by his governor brother Andrew.
The week after the heated confrontation with the cyclist (who claimed Cuomo told him, “Who the hell are you?! I can do what I want!”), the anchor staged what he called his “official reentry” from his basement, having been purportedly “cleared by the CDC.”
"Cuomo, the kid brother of embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was swiftly reminded that he declared protestors don’t need to be peaceful, he was accused of lying about being quarantined during a public bout with coronavirus, CNN largely ignored scandals related to Hunter Biden and Cuomo avoided his brother’s nursing home scandal for weeks amid a series of light-hearted interviews.
Cuomo also violated journalism ethics by advising his brother amid sexual misconduct claims and didn’t admit it until the scandal made national news."
For some reason, Cuomo didn't answer most of the commenters, and they gave him plenty of chances to respond, with all of their many examples of his biased behavior.