CNN host Chris Cuomo began his show on Tuesday night with actress/activist Alyssa Milano -- now hailed by the Washington Post as "the Jane Fonda of the current era." Milano drew loads of attention by lobbying women to have a "sex strike" against men who don't favor abortion on demand. Allegedly Catholic Cuomo mostly pandered to uber-feminist Milano, but when he stated the fact that not all women favor abortion, Milano preposterously claimed everyone is pro-life and no one on Earth wants an abortion.



Appearing to be on the verge of a breakdown of some sort during Monday’s Cuomo Prime Time, CNN political commentator and Never Trumper Ana Navarro got all worked up talking about Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and how he’s sided with President Trump more and more.



Two weeks after former Attorney General Michael Mukasey embarrassed CNN host Chris Cuomo on his own show (Cuomo Prime Time) by calling out how his was “misleading a lot of people”, he was back to school Cuomo and spoon feed him the law on executive privilege, releasing grand jury material, and obtaining FISA warrants. As a reminder, Cuomo used to be a trained lawyer and treats his show like a courtroom.



On Monday's Cuomo Prime Time, as Chris Cuomo moderated a debate between left and right on new state laws that challenge Roe v. Wade, the CNN anchor blatantly advocated the liberal point of view as he fretted that such laws take America "backwards," and even accused former Republican Senator Rick Santorum of violating his Catholic faith by "lying" about the issue.



CNN primetime host Chris Cuomo took on President Trump during his Monday evening show, over the President doubling down on his Charlottesville comments and condemning Democrats’ support of late-term abortion. Cuomo expressed shock that Trump would compare abortion to murder, and adamantly defended the leftist anarchist group Antifa, saying they couldn’t be compared to neo-Nazis and were working for a "good cause."

 


During his closing argument Wednesday, CNN host Chris Cuomo slammed President Trump and Republican Congressman Steve King for using religion as “both shield and sword,” and accused the former of “misusing Christianity.” Cuomo complained that “religion is being used to pander and divide by men who have no business representing themselves as arbiters of the same.” Strangely, Cuomo did not include South Bend, Indiana mayor and 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg in his monologue directed at politicians who use religion to “pander and divide.”



Just how extreme do the 2020 Democrat presidential candidates have to be to shock even CNN anchors? So extreme that they either support voting rights for convicted terrorists such as the Boston bomber as Bernie Sanders endorsed or willing to have a "conversation" about it as Kamala Harris suggested before changing her mind. 

 



During his appearance on Tuesday’s Cuomo Prime Time, former Attorney General Michael Mukasey didn’t shy away from calling Chris Cuomo out for “misleading a lot of people” when it came to the findings of the special counsel investigation. In a brilliant display of schooling the so-called “Facts First” network, Mukasey went toe-to-toe with blowhard host and outclassed him at every turn.



On Monday as the world watched in horror as the famous Notre Dame Cathedral burned, a deeply concerned President Trump put out a tweet urging for water-tanker helicopters to be used to put out the blaze. We later learned that French authorities didn’t use them because the weight of the water could cause further destruction. Despite many other people thinking the same thing, members of liberal media used it as an opportunity to score cheap points against Trump. But not all did.



It’s always interesting when liberals attack conservatives. However, it’s always fascinating when liberals take on other liberals. That’s been the case for several days with Chuck Todd -- moderator of NBC’s Meet the Press Sunday program -- and Chris Cuomo, anchor of the Cuomo Prime Time weeknight series who recently compared Todd unflatteringly to Jake Tapper, anchor of CNN’s weekday show The Lead.



On Thursday's Cuomo Prime Time, Chris Cuomo obnoxiously compared heartbeat bills that protect unborn babies to the Jim Crow laws that oppressed black Americans for generations as the CNN host moderated a debate between liberal contributor Jennifer Granholm and conservative guest Niger Innis. He also accused Innis of "spreading bulls**t" as the CNN host promoted the discredited myth that federal funding does not bolster Planned Parenthood's abortion activities.



On Wednesday's Cuomo Prime Time, during a discussion of a study finding Democrats who use Twitter are further to the left than average Democrats, CNN host Chris Cuomo admitted that "the media vibes so much off Twitter," tacitly admitting that the far left, or "progressives," have substantial influence over what the dominant media give air to. He even suggested that journalists use sources from Twitter who may not even be who they pretend to be.