You would be hard-pressed to find anyone who would carry partisan talking points more faithfully than Chris Cuomo did, but we saw that first glimmer of discontent during his Covid ‘quarantine’.
Now that CNN is no longer signing his paychecks, he doesn’t have to toe the corporate party line anymore.
Here’s what he was saying about his role at CNN around the time of his so-called ‘quarantine’.
“I don’t want to spend my time doing things that I don’t think are valuable enough to me personally,” he said.
When asked to further explain, he continued.
“I don’t like what I do, professionally, I’ve decided. I like doing this show. I like talking to you guys,” Cuomo said of the radio show. “But I don’t value indulging irrationality —hyperpartisanship. I don’t think it’s worth my time.” — IJR
Cuomo has been in the news lately as he is in the process of a career reboot. He’s signed a (much less lucrative) contract for a fledgling news network. He has launched a podcast, and he is doing the talk circuit.
On Bill Maher’s show, Cuomo continued to express his (newfound?) distaste for political partisanship.
The journalist advocated for an end to the US’ two-party system and said he was glad to be getting back into the news with his podcast and new TV role where he was looking forward to “breaking through the toxic twosome of partisan politics.” — NYPost
A disease super-spreader is now advocating for a cure. How quaint.
But maybe — just maybe — there’s some glimmer of truth there.
Unlike the hyperpartisans in the supposed ‘mainstream’ media, Chris can see through the smoke and mirrors of what Democrats have been doing in their endless circus stunts of impeachment and J6.
On a Thursday episode of his new podcast, The Chris Cuomo Project, Cuomo said that while there could be criminal charges related to the 2020 presidential election, he doesn’t see any criminality in “the planning and practical aspects” of the 2021 Capitol attack, “at least in what’s been offered” by the House panel.
“My question is, Are we really learning enough about what matters or is this starting to play like a gotcha game?” Cuomo asked, comparing the hearings to former President Donald Trump’s first impeachment and special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2020 election.
…”Politicians making politics into a policing action with criminal consequences? No thanks,” he said. He added that he doesn’t believe lawmakers should be allowed to make a criminal case against anyone, regardless of their political affiliation.
“If there are crimes, especially on the elector front, let the Department of Justice figure it out. Let the local prosecutors figure it out,” he said. “We don’t need politicians to tell our prosecutors what to do.”
…On his podcast, Cuomo also slammed the media, accusing the press of fanning the flames of January 6.
“‘Criminal consequences,’ that’s provocative. [The media is] reflecting what the Democrats and others are saying, but they should be pushing back as well,” Cuomo said. “Not all flames need to be fed, some need to be smothered.” — MSN
The advice he DID have for elected Democrats is exactly the advice they cannot bear to follow. Fix the real-world problems that people are struggling with.
Unfortunately for Chris, Dem policies have produced zero evidence of being able to achieve that kind of a result.
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