Tucker Schools ‘Buff Cable News Lazarus’ Fredo, ‘Shameless Cheeseballs’ CNN for Corona Lies

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Having been nearly 24 hours since CNN and Prime Time host Chris “Fredo” Cuomo staged their piece of fake news propaganda, Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson finally got a chance Tuesday night on his eponymous show to take a blowtorch to Cuomo as a “buff cable news Lazarus” fueled by “narcissism” and “wants you think he has risen from the dead” of the coronavirus.

CNN wasn’t spared with Carlson trashing them as “shameless cheeseballs” demanding Americans self-quarantine (infected or not) for however long while allowing one of their own to violate that.

 

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Viewers had to know that Carlson was up to no good when he quipped in a tease for the segment that Cuomo “would like to be a warrior poet.”

After speaking with Brit Hume about Fredo’s brother and Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY), Carlson pivoted to Fredo (click “expand”):

CARLSON: Meanwhile, his brother over at CNN wants you to think that he has risen from the dead as well. Several weeks ago, he contracted coronavirus. We expressed sympathy for him that night, it was totally sincere and we haven’t criticized him in any way since then. But then we watched him seize every chance to remind everyone watching that he was very sick and in very strict containment.

CUOMO [on 04/01/20]: I’m doing this show, as you know in my basement in COVID containment. [SCREEN WIPE] [on 04/14/20] Is this the new normal? Is this how it’s going to be? No. I can’t always be in my basement. You can’t always be in your house. We got to get back to work [SCREEN WIPE] [on 04/01/20] I’m down in the basement. We’re doing it super strict here, it’s not easy, it’s necessary. [SCREEN WIPE] [on 04/13/20] I know it’s what all of us want to hear. Hell, I want to hear, Governor. I’m sick of being in my basement, I want to get out.

Carlson emphasized that he was “happy” to see “Cuomo got better,” but that’s where the pleasantries ended as he pivoted to lampooning the Jeffrey Zucker-led network as “shameless cheeseballs” who “celebrated by filming Cuomo rising like a buff cable news Lazarus from the grave and back into ordinary life.”

Between clips of Cuomo faking the end of his quarantine and whining about his Easter weekend confrontation with a bicyclist, the FNC host reminded viewers of how the previous scene was a lie and that journalists are narcissists:

When did journalists start talking about themselves so much? It’s not a story, it’s narcissism and that’s weird enough. But it’s not all. That was fake. Just last week, Cuomo admitted getting into a fight with the bicyclist who harassed him for going outside and congregating with other people, something CNN has been vilifying ordinary people for wanting to do.

Carlson closed with perhaps the most important point of this manufactured scene (with help from not just CNN but their chief medical expert, Dr. Sanjay Gupta), which was it was “a scandal” in that “you have a top CNN anchor who appears to have been ignoring the social distancing rules his network has been promoting and forcing on everyone else.”

To see the relevant transcript from FNC’s Tucker Carlson Tonight on April 21, click “expand.”

FNC’s Tucker Carlson Tonight
April 21, 2020
8:30 p.m. Eastern [TEASE]

TUCKER CARLSON: Andrew Cuomo would like to be president of the United States and his brother would like to be a warrior poet. A tale of two brothers, next.

(….)

8:40 p.m. Eastern

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Governor’s Brother “Emerges” from Quarantine Again]

CARLSON: Whether he can do it or not, obviously the Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, would like to be the president. Meanwhile, his brother over at CNN wants you to think that he has risen from the dead as well. Several weeks ago, he contracted coronavirus. We expressed sympathy for him that night, it was totally sincere and we haven’t criticized him in any way since then. But then we watched him seize every chance to remind everyone watching that he was very sick and in very strict containment.

CHRIS CUOMO [on 04/01/20]: I’m doing this show, as you know in my basement in COVID containment. [SCREEN WIPE] [on 04/14/20] Is this the new normal? Is this how it’s going to be? No. I can’t always be in my basement. You can’t always be in your house. We got to get back to work [SCREEN WIPE] [on 04/01/20] I’m down in the basement. We’re doing it super strict here, it’s not easy, it’s necessary. [SCREEN WIPE] [on 04/13/20] I know it’s what all of us want to hear. Hell, I want to hear, Governor. I’m sick of being in my basement, I want to get out.

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Governor’s Brother in Staged Corona “Reunion”]

CARLSON: Well, thankfully Cuomo got better and we’re happy to hear that, not kidding. But CNN, shameless cheeseballs that they are, celebrated by filming Cuomo rising like a buff cable news Lazarus from the grave and back into ordinary life.

CUOMO [on 04/20/20]: We had a huge day today in Casa Cuomo. Take a look at this. [SCREEN WIPE] Alright, here it is. The official raising from the basement, cleared by CDC. I’m a little sweaty, just worked out, it happens. This is what I’ve been dreaming of, literally for weeks. [SCREEN WIPE] This is the dream, just to be back up here, doing normal things.

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Gov’s Brother Just Yelled at Someone Last Week]

CARLSON: When did journalists start talking about themselves so much? It’s not a story, it’s narcissism and that’s weird enough. But it’s not all. That was fake. Just last week, Cuomo admitted getting into a fight with the bicyclist who harassed him for going outside and congregating with other people, something CNN has been vilifying ordinary people for wanting to do.

CUOMO [on SiriusXM, 04/13/20]: I don’t want some [EXPLETIVE], loser, fat-tire biker being able to pull over and get in my face and in my space and talk [EXPLETIVE] To me. I don’t want to hear it.

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Governor’s Brother in Staged Corona “Reunion”]

CARLSON: By the way, if you’re the jackass, loser, fat-tire bicyclist, you’re always welcome on this show. That whole exchange seems unpleasant but there is a scandal beneath it. Here you have a top CNN anchor who appears to have been ignoring the social distancing rules his network has been promoting and forcing on everyone else. It seems like he wasn’t telling the truth about staying quarantined in his basement, but you can’t be too mean. His own video was humiliating enough.

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