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‘You must be joking!’ Clueless Chris Cuomo makes YUGE mistake of asking critics for examples of his bias

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Chris Cuomo, who is essentially a Democrat operative anchoring a show on CNN, opened himself to widespread ridicule, and more importantly, an enormous series of truth bombs, when he asked Twitter to give him a single example of his biased coverage of the news.

When a Twitter user claimed that the often-grandstanding younger brother of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.) often avoids facts that don’t fit the liberal narrative, the host of Cuomo Prime Time apparently took the time, as it were, from his bodybuilding regimen to challenge the premise by demanding the user name just one, adding the cliche “tick tock.”

Twitter, collectively, was up to the challenge to enlighten the Ivy League-educated and apparently self-unaware law school graduate who, among other things, only has a sketchy idea of what the U.S. Constitution, particularly the First Amendment, entails.

The relentlessly anti-Trump Cuomo, who was a vocal mask-shamer, is perhaps best known for his cringey, if not cartoonish, backslapping interviews with his big brother about what a stellar job the latter was doing in handling the coronavirus pandemic.

The world has subsequently learned about the governor’s horrific decision to send COVID-positive patients in the state’s nursing homes and the massive number of fatalities that subsequently occurred, an executive decision that is subject to investigations on the federal and state level.

Earlier this year, the host of Cuomo Prime Time announced on his ratings-challenged program that it would amount to a conflict of interest to cover the sexual harassment allegations engulfing his brother. It later turned out that he was privately giving his brother advice on how to deal with the scandal, which violated journalism ethics, assuming journalism and ethics actually go together anymore.

Here’s the tweet that got the ball rolling that could be a lesson about being careful what you wish for.

Many Twitter users enthusiastically seized on the opportunity to provide reminders to the often-self-righteous Cuomo about his greatest hits. The following is just a representative sampling that perhaps only scratches the surface:

 

Robert Jonathan

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