WATCH: Brian Stelter Turns On Chris Cuomo, Rips Now-Former Colleague A New One

(Rallying Patriots) – Once a liberal has been purged from the flock, which is rare, there’s no stopping the gang from kicking them while they’re down.

That seems to be the case for now-disgraced former CNN personality Chris Cuomo.

Looks like Chris Cuomo and his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, are now both standing in the unemployment line. You have to wonder what these two did to upset the establishment and if they know enough to burn it all to the ground.

We can only hope neither of them get “Epstein’d.”

On CNN, media analyst Brian Stelter wasted no time leveling some brutal criticism at the recently fired “Prime Time” host Cuomo. Stelter discussed the matter with fellow CNN mouthpiece Jim Acosta in which he said that Cuomo had a history of being a disruptive character at the sinking network, referring to him as a “headache.”

Leftist shill Acosta announced Cuomo’s firing during a segment on Saturday before having Stelter join in for comments.

“We have breaking news to report to you right now about CNN anchor Chris Cuomo. Earlier this week, Cuomo was suspended from CNN after documents revealed he had been involved more than previously known in shaping his brother’s, former Governor Andrew Cuomo, defense,” Acosta said.

“Cuomo, Chris Cuomo we should point out, has now been terminated here at CNN. That’s the latest breaking news about what’s happening here at CNN. I want to get to CNN’s Brian Stelter. Brian, obviously this is huge news, not only inside CNN but for this industry. What can you tell us?”

Stelter explained that CNN’s executive team took action after Cuomo, “one of the most popular anchors at CNN, one of the best-known names in television news, violated journalistic ethics and norms not once or twice, but many times.” Stelter went on to say that Cuomo “had been suspended not just, you know, for a week, not in the kind of way that’s a fake suspension to take pressure off CNN, this was a real suspension.”

Stelter later proceeded to explain that in his opinion, Cuomo had it coming, “I think this may be a situation, Jim, just drawing on my years as a media reporter, I think this may be a situation where it was death by a 1,000 cuts, where there were just so many headaches, time and time again, involving Chris Cuomo, that even though many viewers loved watching ‘Cuomo Prime Time’ and looked forward to his show, that he was causing so many headaches for the network and for CNN staffers, that ultimately this decision was reached.”

“That’s just drawing on my background, you know, covering other stories like this. I do think, you know, this is a moment where journalistic ethics are at play. And I know there were many CNN staffers very unhappy with the situation, very frustrated by Chris Cuomo,” Stelter added.


Just last week, CNN initially placed Cuomo on suspension as new information was revealed that he provided more assistance to his disgraced brother, prior to Gov. Cuomo’s decision to step down over the summer, than he had previously admitted.

“What we didn’t know until tonight, Jim, is that an outside law firm also came in, and that the law firm went through the thousands of pages of text messages and sworn testimony that was released back on Monday,” Stelter continued. “So there was clearly something in those documents that was found to be a serious breach of standards and practices.

“Of course, it was known months ago that Chris Cuomo was helping his brother, talking to his brother, while his brother was trying to hold on to the governorship and defending himself amid sexual harassment allegations,” he continued. “What we learned this week in those text messages, and in that sworn testimony, was that he basically was acting like a staffer. He was like an unpaid staffer for the governor. And he was doing that at the same time he was working for CNN.”

“And Brian, do we know when this new information might be brought out to the public, and we’ll have a sense as to what this additional information was?” Acosta asked in response.

“I don’t know, actually, if it ever will, I think that’s very much unclear. You know, certainly, in the years I’ve spent covering media, we know that companies try to keep these things as private as possible. But this is playing out in a very public stage because of Chris Cuomo’s prominence, and because of his relationship with his brother,” said Stelter.

Surely, we will probably never know the rest of the story but one thing is clear, Cuomo overstepped the line which is a really tough task for a radical leftist. Now that he is no longer being paid lucratively to protect the establishment, will Cuomo continue to do so?

Only time will tell.

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