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Cuomo lies about his role in the Brother scandal, thanks his followers

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After returning from a “long-planned vacation” Y ignoring it for a week, CNN Stellar hour Host Chris Cuomo finally got to talking about his role in his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s sexual misconduct scandal (only after reaching the end of the show). Throughout his comments, Cuomo would lie and mislead his audience about his role and what he was being honest about on his show.

After first thanking his followers for “reaching out” to him, Cuomo went on to comment on how people were suffering and hoped that a “greater good”It could come from everything. And of course he had to talk about how difficult it was for him (click “expand”):

My brother, as you know, resigned as governor of New York and will leave office next week. There are many people who feel a lot of hurt and a lot of pain right now. And my hope is that ultimately everyone involved can get to a better place. That in all this a higher good will be served.

As for me, I have told you that it is never easy to be in this business and come from an in-laws, especially now. The situation is unlike anything you could have imagined. And yet I know what matters at work and at home. Everyone knows that you support your family. I know and appreciate your understanding.

Eventually, the lies would come out of him like an overflowing bucket. “I am not an advisor, “he declared.”I was not in control of anything. I was there to listen and offer my opinion and my advice to my brother was simple and consistent.. “

That’s in direct conflict with what New York Attorney General Letitia James found in your report. According to e-mailed evidence, Cuomo was crafting his brother’s public statements in February and much of his words ended up in the final official statement.

He also suggested that he tell his brother: “Acknowledge what you did, tell people what you will do to be better, be sorry, and finally accept that no matter what you intended, what matters is how your actions and words were. perceived. “But according to a Washington Post report, he told his brother to smear his accusers as part of the “cancellation culture.”

And despite saying that he was not an advisor, Cuomo admitted: “I asked my brother to resign when the time came.. “

He continued whimpering: “There are stories and critics who say all kinds of things about me, many without support.But actually he was the one who lied. He simply told us that he advised his brother to quit, but then suggested that he quit in May:

And as you know, in May when I was told to no longer communicate with my brother’s assistants at any group meeting, I recognized that it was a mistake, I apologized to my colleagues and I stopped and meant it.

Still another Washington Post report found he was advising his brother in the midst of the latest outburst of the scandal.

I never misled anyone about the information I did or did not provide in this program.“, He claimed. But we know that’s not true because when his cover was discovered in May, never revealed how he was working for his brother. “Now today there are stories about me offering advice to my brother. Of course yes. This is not a revelation. ” said at that time.

If he was really being honest, he would have told his audience back then that he had written his brother’s statement. On the other hand, he was also being honest at the time.

Chris Cuomo’s lies were made possible by lucrative endorsements from mutual freedom Y BMW. Their contact information is linked so that you can tell them about the biased news they fund.

The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:

CNN Cuomo Prime Time
August 16, 2021
9:52:37 pm ET

CHRIS CUOMO: Before I finish tonight, there is one more thing I want to say about myself, my brother, my family, and you. Thank you first. Thanks for communicating. I appreciate the concern and support. I really do

My brother, as you know, resigned as governor of New York and will leave office next week. There are many people who feel a lot of hurt and a lot of pain right now. And my hope is that ultimately everyone involved can get to a better place. That in all this a higher good will be served.

As for me, I have told you that it is never easy to be in this business and come from an in-laws, especially now. The situation is unlike anything you could have imagined. And yet I know what matters at work and at home. Everyone knows that you support your family. I know and appreciate your understanding.

But you should also know that I never covered my brother’s problems because obviously I have a conflict and there are rules on CNN about it. I said last year that his appearances on this show would be short-lived and they did. The last one was over a year ago, long before any kind of scandal. I also said at that time that the day would come when I would have to give an account and I cannot do that. I said bluntly, I can’t be objective when it comes to my family. So, I never reported on the scandal.

And when it happened, I tried to be there for my brother. I am not an advisor. I am a brother. I was not in control of anything. I was there to listen and offer my opinion and the advice I gave my brother was simple and consistent. Own what you did, tell people what you will do to be better, be sorry, and finally accept that no matter what you intended, what matters is how your actions and words were perceived.

And yes, even though it was something I never imagined I would have to do, I urged my brother to quit when the time came. There are stories and critics who say all kinds of things about me, many without support, but I know this, my position has never changed.

I never misled anyone about the information I did or did not provide in this program. I never attacked or encouraged anyone to attack any woman who came forward. I never called the press about my brother’s situation. I never influenced or tried to control CNN coverage of my family.

And as you know, in May when I was told to no longer communicate with my brother’s assistants at any group meeting, I recognized that it was a mistake, I apologized to my colleagues and stopped and meant it.

It was a unique situation to be the brother of a politician in a scandal and to be part of the media. I tried to do the right thing and I just want you all to know. Like I said, we have rules here at CNN that prevent me from reporting on my brother. They remain in place and will continue.

Tonight, I simply wanted to address something that, given what happened, I felt needed to be said. This will be my last word on this and I appreciate you giving me the opportunity to do so. Let’s take a rest. We’ll be right back.

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