With his brother being forced to resign as Governor, Chris Cuomo has had a bad few weeks.
The bad news keeps coming for the fake news CNN reporter.
And he couldn’t believe who just turned on him in a big way.
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo is in a difficult spot.
Last year, his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, was the Left’s hero.
All while covering up the deaths caused by his policy of placing COVID-positive patients in nursing homes, he took time every day to rant against President Donald Trump, making him a superstar on the Left.
Chris Cuomo took full advantage of his fame, bringing him on fake news CNN regularly for segments where he was showered with praise.
But all of that came crashing down when Gov. Cuomo got smacked with sexual misconduct allegations from almost a dozen women, most of which were current or former state employees.
When these allegations dropped, it came out that Chris Cuomo began spending time as an informal adviser to his brother, helping him craft messaging to respond.
While many Democrats were willing to stand with him in that period, he ended up losing all support from the Democrat Party following a report from the state’s Attorney General in support of the accusers.
Despite soon-to-be ex-Governor Cuomo initially stating he would fight the allegations, he announced he was resigning last week.
But what happened just after the Attorney General report dropped is raising eyebrows.
At the end of his CNN show just after the release of the report, Chris Cuomo announced a “long-planned vacation.”
“I’ll be fishing, I’ll be hanging out with you and I’ll be making memories with the kids,” Cuomo stated.
There was a lot of speculation that his “long-planned vacation” story was just a cover for him taking time off to further advise his brother.
And while CNN would never say that, buried in a report from The Washington Post, it was revealed that CNN had already talked about allowing him to take leaves of absence for this purpose.
“Earlier this year, CNN executives floated an idea to their star anchor Chris Cuomo. If he wanted to formally advise his brother, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York, on responding to the sexual harassment accusations that had engulfed his administration, he could take a temporary leave from CNN and return to the network later,” the report read.
Chris Cuomo surely isn’t happy with The Washington Post, which generally does everything in its power to back those on the Left.