On Monday, CNN hosts Chris Cuomo and Van Jones falsely claimed that Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer had not said they would never fund the President’s proposed border wall.
Reminder: Trump Derangement Syndrome is very real and a terrible affliction that rots the patient’s brain. A particularly advanced case was on full display during Cuomo Prime Time following President Trump’s address on border security. According to two afflicted patients, the Trump administration approached the media on Monday to request airtime on Tuesday in order to distract from news about Paul Manafort that... hadn’t even happened yet? Okay then.
Moments after President Trump’s prime time address to the nation to make his case for greater border security Tuesday night, CNN ran “fact-check” after “fact-check” which they claimed proved the President was lying about a whole host of things, while conveniently staying away from his stated efforts to compromise with Democrats. One obnoxious “fact-checks” came from chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta regarding whether or not Trump had a “heart and soul”.
Throughout Monday, there were debates going on amongst liberal media executives regarding whether or not to air President Trump’s address to the nation about border security Tuesday night. By the end of the day, the major cable news outlets, as well as all three network broadcasters, announced they would carry it. But during CNN Tonight, host Don Lemon wasn’t sure they should for fear of Trump.
2018 was the first year of one of CNN’s most divorced from reality programs, Cuomo Prime Time. With the show going fulltime, host Chris Cuomo was moved from CNN’s New Day in the morning to his new nightly prime-time show (which routinely gets outperformed by its competitors in the ratings). Cuomo once claimed his show was part of the network’s “facts first” initiative. And he’s really made a name for himself there as he bitterly rages at President Trump while spreading lies and misinformation. These are just a handful of the lies and disturbing declarations from the apoplectic host presented chronologically. So, let’s get after it.
Remember this? This statement issued by Fox News when CNN’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta was in the middle of his battle with the Trump administration to regain his White House pass, which was revoked? Thus barring Acosta - although not CNN - from doing his job of covering the White House. The statement, with bold print supplied, read:
Poor Stephen Colbert. It must be exhausting for the liberal comedian never to get a weeknight off from hammering conservatives and Republicans while hosting The Late Show on CBS. The comic’s target on Wednesday evening was Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson, whom Colbert described as “a little racist who could” after stating last week that America is being forced to “admit the world’s poor … even if it makes our own country poorer and dirtier and more divided.”
During Tuesday’s edition of Cuomo Prime Time, host Chris Cuomo slammed Fox News’s Tucker Carlson for his “hateful speech” that caused companies who run ads during his show to jump ship. It did not take long for the segment to get personal, with Cuomo mocking Carlson’s “puppy dog puss.”
Cameron Cawthorne at the Washington Free Beacon reported that Thursday night's CNN Tonight began with host Don Lemon looking annoyed at Chris Cuomo, asking an exasperated "Why?" as in why he would dedicate 39 minutes of his show to squabbling with Kellyanne Conway. Lemon thinks Conway is a complete waste of time. He obviously thinks porn star Stormy Daniels is a more respectable guest.
CNN hosts Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon had thrills up their legs Tuesday night after watching House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer duke it out with President Trump in the Oval Office. They were so in love with the two Democrats that the CNN duo gave them a relationship nickname: “Nanchuck”. Warning, their gushing might cause you to up-chuck.
CNN host Chris Cuomo was wearing his emotions on his sleeve during his Closing Argument at the end of Thursday’s edition of Cuomo Prime Time. He was raging against Republicans for allegedly not caring about the apparent voter fraud in North Carolina and allegedly trying to “subvert” the will of voters in Wisconsin and Michigan.
Chris Cuomo is the voice of reason on CNN. No, really. It’s true. Or at least it was true on Wednesday night as Cuomo called out colleague Don Lemon as “petty and small.” This rather shocking exchange came after Lemon declared he wouldn’t shake Trump’s hand, were he in the position the Obamas were during Wednesday’s funeral of George H.W. Bush.