‘Bulls**t!’ Move over Ivanka, Chris Cuomo loses it after Trump throws Goya some love

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CNN’s litany of far-left hosts stepped in it again Wednesday by sanctimoniously, self-righteously panning President Donald Trump for promoting Goya Foods amid the left-wing-manufactured boycott of the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the U.S.

As seen below, the president took a break from his busy schedule Wednesday to show a little love to Goya, which has faced an onslaught of constant attacks from the left because CEO Robert Unanue had had the apparent indecency to compliment Trump.

 

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For this — for posting a pic to show some love for the embattled company — the president attracted the ire of far-left hosts like Chris Cuomo and Anderson Cooper.

Cuomo, a man who appears to be a glutton for punishment, ranted late Wednesday about the photo by linking it to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“Let’s start with this. The pandemic is in full effect. It’s feasting on us, especially red states whose governors followed Trump’s trail of denial to their own detriment,” he kvetched.

“You tell me how a president in the middle of a pandemic has got time for this bulls–t?! Are you kidding me?! Hawking products? Goya, I don’t care who it is. Resolute desk? This is what he’s resolute about?! Pandemic priorities?”

Listen:

What he said about the coronavirus feasting on “red states” may just be the lie of the century. While it’s an oft-heard refrain in the left-wing bubble, the fact remains that the states hardest hit by the ongoing pandemic have been blue states.

Furthermore, the single state hardest hit by it is New York, which is run by Cuomo’s own brother, Andrew Cuomo. These are the facts.

Yet not once has Cuomo ever confronted his brother about these facts. Instead, he’s preferred joshing around with his older brother like this is all a joke.

No joke:

Continuing his rant Wednesday, the hypocritical far-left host also took shots at the president’s daughter Ivanka for also promoting Goya foods.

“His daughter Ivanka, top White House adviser. Are you kidding me? Marketing for a brand following calls for boycott after Goya’s CEO heaped praise on Trump last week. On your dime? In the middle of a pandemic? They’re selling beans,” he whined.

Below is the photo from Ivanka that triggered him:

Despite being mercilessly attacked by the far-left press, Ivanka kept the photo up.

Cuomo’s colleague Anderson Cooper also had some harsh words for the president.

“This is our president and people are dying and people are getting sick and more will die and more will get sick and our economy is in shambles. We’re in a public health battle for our lives and our futures and our president is sitting there behind the Resolute Desk resolutely clutching at beans,” he complained Wednesday.

Listen:

To hear these doomsday fear-mongers tell it, America is coming apart at the seams because of the coronavirus. But in reality, the nation is faring OK.

The left-wing media bases its doomsday theories on the fact that the number of coronavirus cases are indeed spiking across America. But missing from their conspiracy theorizing is any meaningful context, including the fact that testing is up.

“All of the ‘second wave’ states have dramatically increased their testing. This alone causes cases to rise, and is the single biggest reason they have,” J.B. Handley, a businessman known for co-founding the autism advocacy website Generation Rescue, explains.

Meanwhile, coronavirus deaths still remain extraordinarily low — thousands fewer, in fact, than they were during the height of the crisis in April:

(Source: Worldometers)

Again, these are the facts.

What the likes of Cuomo and Anderson have been spewing, on the other hand, is propaganda, or so say their critics.

Look:

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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