BREAKING: New Chris Cuomo Scandal REVEALED – This Changes Everything

Fox News reported that CNN prime time host Chris Cuomo was fired this weekend after a review found more evidence that he secretly tried to help his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, weather a sexual harassment scandal.

Although that move came after the network said that “a respected law firm” it had hired brought “new information” to light, one columnist recently argued that Cuomo’s termination should have happened sooner. 

In a piece published on Saturday, Breitbart writer John Nolte laid out the long list of scandals that the television personality was involved in.

Nolte: Cuomo’s firing “had zero to do with journalistic ethics”

“Fredo Cuomo was not whacked for violating his quarantine while infected with the China Flu,” Nolte wrote, comparing Cuomo to the character of Fredo Corleone from “The Godfather.”

“He was not whacked for staging the fake exit of his quarantine on CNN,” Nolte continued. “He was not whacked for accepting Governor Brother’s concierge testing service as the elderly dropped like flies.”

“He was not whacked for grabbing a colleague’s butt, or for joining Governor Brother’s crisis team, or for ginning up violence in black neighborhoods, or for repeatedly violating mask mandates as he lectured the rest of us to mask up,” the writer continued.

Instead, Nolte pointed out that Cuomo lost his job for reasons that CNN still has yet to fully explain, with its statement only referencing the aforementioned “new information.”

“Whatever it was that finally rid us of this corrupt Cuomo, you can bet that it had zero to do with journalistic ethics or basic morality and everything to do with offending the left or Malevolent Mini-Bond Villain Jeff Zucker,” Nolte speculated.

Brian Stelter says Cuomo was causing “headaches” for CNN

According to Fox News, CNN anchor Brian Stelter discussed Cuomo’s firing on Saturday evening with Jim Accosta, and while he offered little in the way of specifics, his words suggest that there were problems behind the scenes.

Stelter said that Cuomo “was causing so many headaches for the network and for CNN staffers that ultimately this decision was reached.”

The host went on to allege that he “knew there were many CNN staffers very unhappy with the situation, very frustrated by Chris Cuomo.”

 

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