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CNN’s Chris Cuomo Just Keeps Embarrassing Himself in Public

If you remember who Chris Cuomo is, you’re a step ahead of him because he certainly doesn’t remember. He’s the guy that told America that it’s illegal to look at the Wikileaks documents that came out because John “Skippy” Podesta left his phone in a cab and used the word “password” as his password.

Cuomo’s not even the most pathetic talking face at CNN. There’s the diminutive and fat broken record called Brian Stelter. There’s self-described “journalist” Don Lemon. Jake Tapper is the most tame of the bunch.

But despite being younger, fitter, and occasionally more reasonable than most of his cohorts, Chris Cuomo still has a serious inferiority complex. Why else would he lose his mind when some rando off the street calls him “Fredo?” That’s a reference to the weakest of the brothers from The Godfather. It’s no big thing.

But it’s rather startling to see this CNN anchor threatening to “wreck your s#it” and kick a guy down some stairs just for calling him a name. It goes to show you how mentally destabilizing it can be to lie for a living.

Here’s Mark Dice with the video, and some cheeky commentary.


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