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Gov Cuomo uses virus briefing to banter with brother about ballet dancer dreams in gross double-standard

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The same media propagandists who threw a collective fit after President Donald Trump allowed MyPillow founderMichael J. Lindell to speak at a White House coronavirus briefing earlier this week didn’t seem fazed when New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pulled a similar stunt Thursday.

Except whereas Lindell used his time at the White House podium to both tout hisplans to produce 50,000 masks a day and speak just a little about his Christian faith, Cuomo’s guest used his time at the governor’s briefing to talk about a bizarre dream involving him in a ballet dress.

And that guest just happened to be Cuomo’s brother, CNN host Chris Cuomo, who’d announced two days earlier that he’d been diagnosed with the coronavirus.

Watch part one below courtesy “BrooklynDad_Defiant,” a far-left activist who was thrilled by the younger Cuomo’s bizarre statements:

In the clip above, the younger Cuomo spoke of a coronavirus-induced dream he’d recently experienced.

I was having hallucinations, I was seeing Pop,” he said, describing his coronavirus symptoms. “You came to me in a dream, you had on a very interesting ballet outfit. You were dancing in the dream, and you were waving a wand and saying, ‘I wish I could wave my wand and make it go away,’ and then you spun around and danced away.”

Nice …

But he wasn’t done.

A couple of minutes later, he began speaking to his older brother about how he loved to fish with him.

Watch:

Both clips were aired by CNN.

While the clips were certainly “cute” and harmless, they seemed to help demonstrate the bias that pervades the entire media industry.

For one, they were aired in full by a network that has complained nonstop about the president’s coronavirus briefings and was particularly aggrieved by him allowing Lindell, a self-made entrepreneur, to speak at one of them.

To be fair, the disdain didn’t just emanate from CNN. It came from the entire media.

Look:

Second, this disdain was nowhere to be found Thursday morning.

Look:

There are countless more examples like this.

Liberal mainstream bias is real — very, very real — and it centers on Trump and anything linked to him (including self-made entrepreneurs) being bad, and anybody or anything linked to the mainstream media being good.

Vivek Saxena

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