In his regular, tacky fashion, Chris Cuomo tried to discredit Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean, calling her the “Fox weather b**ch.”
“Back in March and April of last year, Dean lost her in-laws to the coronavirus. Both were New York nursing home residents, and Dean believes disgraced former Gov. Andrew Cuomo was directly responsible. This was when the Democrat governor issued an executive order that required nursing homes to accept patients still infected with the coronavirus,” reported Breitbart News.
“Well, what a difference a year makes. Thanks in no small part to Dean’s efforts, the truth about Cuomo’s sociopathic coronavirus leadership is clear. And now, due to his lecherous treatment of women, he’s been forced to resign in disgrace,” reported Breitbart News.
According to Breitbart, this latest report only again proves what a lying pig Chris Cuomo is:
According to a source, canned CNN anchor Chris wanted to fight to defend his brother and texted with Andrew’s staff about how to discredit Dean.
The source said Chris allegedly asked in a text to an Andrew Cuomo staffer how he could go after “this Fox weather bitch……Any help painting her as a far right crazy?”
It is also believed he participated in calls with the governor’s staff, including Melissa DeRosa, about how to hit back at Dean by focusing on her political leanings. However, as a meteorologist, she doesn’t usually get involved in politics.
“This is exactly who these people are. This is exactly who staffs the corporate media. They are all a mob of venomous, venal, dishonest activists, which is why it took so long for CNN to fire Cuomo. But, you see, this is what CNN loved about him: his shameless and ruthless willingness to lie in pursuit of The Cause,” reported Nolte of Breitbart News.
“Listen, I’ve said a lot worse than ‘Fox weather bitch’ in my life,” added Nolte. “Hell, I probably said worse yesterday. So let’s not be 14-year-old girls about this. All that matters is what this reveals about the monsters who populate the establishment media.”
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