Fake news reporter for the notorious CNN, Chris Cuomo, was officially barred from talking about his scandal-ridden brother Andrew Cuomo.
Cuomo Brothers Face the Heat
Andrew Cuomo just announced his resignation from his role of governor of New York after several women accused the Democrat of sexual misconduct. This comes on the heels of the governor’s outlandish decision to put COVID-ridden patients back into nursing homes which lead to thousands of elderly deaths.
On top of this, former Gov. Cuomo and his staff illegally covered up several key facts about the situation.
CNN reporter Brian Shelter said that the news outlet told Chris Cuomo that he “can’t talk about his brother on TV.”
The first week of August 2021 before Gov. Cuomo’s resignation announcement, the news anchor took a week off from work while the heat for his sexually deviant brother heated up.
Criticism Finally Heard
Cuomo has been highly criticized for continuously having his political brother on CNN but also for having a strategy over not resigning.
“The logic is that he should just stay out of it,” Stelter said. “He should the job that the viewers want him to do.”
Chris Cuomo has a lot to say – but right now he cannot say it.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 8, 2021
Stelter also said that Cuomo cannot talk to his brother’s aides on how to get out of the sticky situation revolving around the mounting sexual harassment allegations by several women.
On August 10th, New York’s governor announced his resignation that will be official in 14 days. This comes after 11 women who worked for him came forward with allegations sexual in nature.
“New York tough means New York loving, and I love New York and I love you,” the governor said, “I would never want to be unhelpful in any way, and I think given the circumstances, the best way I can help now is if I step aside and let government get back to governing, and therefore, that’s what I’ll do.”
One of the recent bombshells came from Attorney General Letitia James’ who claims Cuomo sexually harassed her for seven years.
Despite him getting away with the nursing home scandal, it appears these allegations were finally the nail in his coffin. Even so, he still denies any wrongdoing and rebukes the allegations.