August 13, 2019
The people whose job it is to lecture you every day about how bad and racist you are for not voting for Bill Clinton’s wife are seriously mentally unbalanced individuals who could not be trusted to babysit children.
Between Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon, it’s easy to understand why they both hate America. Both are sodomites, and so they naturally hate everything good in the world and seek to corrupt it out of envy.
Chris Cuomo, on the other hand, is an ostensibly straight white male, but he gives off a perpetually anxious, deer-in-headlights vibe that would make you think he was being held hostage in the studio if you didn’t just assume that he was pumped full of psychiatric medication.
After this episode, it’s fair to assume that he’s taking the same drugs that make people go on mass shootings.
CNN is supporting prime-time host Chris Cuomo after video surfaced showing him threatening to throw a man down the stairs for calling him “Fredo,” which Cuomo compares to the n-word for Italians. Fredo Corleone is a character in “The Godfather” films.
“Chris Cuomo defended himself when he was verbally attacked with the use of an ethnic slur in an orchestrated setup,” CNN spokesman Matt Dornic said in a Monday statement on Twitter. “We completely support him.”
The video, which began circulating widely on social media and YouTube on Monday night, captured Cuomo growing agitated and ultimately threatening violence after an unidentified man approaches him in public and apparently calls him “Fredo.” The man tells Cuomo he “thought it was your name,” referring to “Fredo,” although the beginning of the confrontation isn’t captured and the man can’t be heard calling him the name. It’s unclear when or where the video was taken.
“No, punk a– b—- from the right call me ‘Fredo,‘” Cuomo says in the clip. “My name is Chris Cuomo. I’m an anchor on CNN. Fredo is from ‘The Godfather.’ He was the weak brother. And they use it as an Italian aspersion. Are any of you Italian? It’s an insult to your people. … It’s like the n-word for us.”
Cuomo later threatens the man, saying he will “throw you down these stairs like a f—– punk.”
But it was his comparison of “Fredo” to the n-word that has drawn the most scrutiny, with some calling it a racially insensitive parallel and others applauding Cuomo for defending himself.
“Did [Chris Cuomo] just say that “Fredo” is to Italians what the N word is to black people?” wrote Katrina Pierson, a spokeswoman for President Trump’s reelection campaign. “Th N word is a dehumanizing word used against blacks who endured years of oppression. Fredo is a term from The Godfather, referring to the dumb brother. Equivocating the two is pure racism.”
The confrontation appeared to escalate after the man refused to walk back his “Fredo” comment. He tells Cuomo mockingly, “You’re a much more reasonable man in person than you seem to be on television.” Cuomo then warns that the two will have “a problem.”
“What are you gonna do about it?” the man asks.
“I’ll f—– ruin your s—,” Cuomo tells him. “I’ll f—– throw you down these stairs like a f—– punk.”
The man says that Cuomo probably “doesn’t want to do that,” but Cuomo continues by saying, “Take a swing at me. Call me Fredo. Take a f—– swing.”
One might hope that a television personality would be able to deal with a harsh interview without completely losing his shit, but these are just the sort of people that CNN hires to lecture you endlessly.
Whatever. There is exactly one correct response to this situation.
Go Woke or Go Broke
Twitter may be able to ban all the White Supremacist Russian Nazi Trolls, but they can’t ban the Leftist Outrage Parody Trolls, since these are indistinguishable from actual outraged leftists who only parody themselves by accident.
So @ChrisCuomo says that “Fredo”— a character on The Godfather— is the same as the n-word? Equating the two is the very definition of white privilege and diminishes the generations of hate African Americans have had to endure. https://t.co/vbwIAran9S
— Steven Cheung (@CaliforniaPanda) August 13, 2019
This square-faced Asian gentleman has the right idea. Chris “Fredo” Cuomo literally attempted to steal black oppression and brand himself with it, and according to the laws of Progressive Virtue, he must be punished for this forever. It’s like blackface, but with words. You may not care about this personally, but it’s sure to cause some errors in Twitter NPC programming, so just go with it.