Allegedly, Chris Cuomo is no stranger to corruption and after reports of Cuomo helping his brother deal with the #MeToo allegations surfaced, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Their critics are speaking out, even from within CNN.
Cuomo apologized on air for involving himself in his brother’s scandals while being one of CNN’s most-watched hosts but still claimed that he’s never allowed himself to utilize his platform to “influence this network’s coverage” of his brother. As Nick noted, this is a demonstrably false claim, as Cuomo had the governor on his show to give him good press and turn him into the “hero of the pandemic.” as per Nick Arama’s cover.
On the other hand, Critics are coming out of the woodwork, even from within Cuomo’s network. One spoke to Fox News under anonymity and said that Cuomo influencing his brother while the sexual harassment allegations came forward, especially the invocation of “cancel culture” against Andrew Cuomo, was “despicable”:
Even Cuomo having his brother only on for good news and not the bad is another form of “height of hypocrisy”.
Coumo was slammed by the CNN insider and perceived that the “Cuomo Prime Time” anchor is a double standard act to avoid covering his scandals in recent months after he invited his brother onto his show as a hero of the pandemic.
CNN was also allegedly being “understatement” when they called the Cuomo brother’s dealings “Inappropriate.” according to the CNN insider.
CNN’s corruption within its network is as plain as a new road sign in the daylight yet there doesn’t seem to be too much anger about it from the mainstream journalist community that is increasingly distrusted by the people. A poll back in August clearly states that the news organization had a biased agenda.
Meanwhile, CNN continues to be the least-watched news network out there as well, with ratings continuing to decline so fast it’s leaving a smoking crater in the Earth.