CNN’s Chris Cuomo gets trolled after saying “Fredo” is the “n-word” for Italians
A video of CNN anchor Chris Cuomo losing his cool over being called “Fredo” is trending worldwide.
The video shows Cuomo approaching a man after the man used the term “Fredo” to refer to Cuomo. “Fredo” is a reference to Fredo Corleone from “The Godfather.”
American alt-right leader, neo-nazi, and CNN guest Richard Spencer was heard in a videotape having an apparent breakdown in front of a crowd of white-supremacist supporters.
Right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos released the tape which had been taken shortly after the United the Right rally in Charlottesville that turned deadly when one of the white-supremacists rammed a group of peaceful counter-protesters with his car, tragically killing Heather Heyer.
Three independent sources have confirmed that the man in the tape is Richard Spencer. In the tape, Spencer is heard screaming and yelling expletives over his white-supremacist rally being shut down for the violence and civil unrest the protests had been causing.
The recording reveals the disturbed mind of Richard Spencer. He often attempts to act like a sort of intellectual in the media, but candid moments like this show that underneath he is still just an alt-right racist, anti-Semite, Islamophobe and raving lunatic.
In the wake of the tragic death of a woman Spencer can still somehow see himself as the victim of the authorities.
In the recording, Spencer frequently shows delusions of superiority and grandeur over other racial groups.
Warning the following clip contains explicit language:
Spencer is not only a depraved monster, but also a habitual liar. He will attempt to appear moderated on television and in interviews, but don’t believe it. The real Richard Spencer is on that tape, when he’s not trying to whitewash his hate on camera.
Richard Spencer should never be taken seriously again, let alone be invited on a CNN program to spread his noxious hatred.
American President Donald Trump is attempting to capitalize on the raid that killed ISIS leader, Al-Bagdahdi in Syria on Oct. 26. Since the raid, Trump and his administration have been vocal on social media, even sharing a classified video of the raid with the American public.
The first of a series of controversial incidents came on Wednesday when the President tweeted a photoshopped picture of the dog that helped kill the ISIS leader receiving a medal of honour. Despite the photograph being an obvious fake, some hard-hitting journalists made sure to inform the public that this image was not real, much to the ridicule of their right-leaning counterparts.
After the journalists realized the blatant obviousness of all this, they then criticized the Trump administration for sharing the photoshopped picture that removed a Vietnam veteran out of the photograph and replaced him with the dog. This came despite the veteran who was photoshopped out telling the New York Times that he interpreted the tweet as Trump recognizing the dog’s heroism.
After the noise from this died down, to milk the story, or to distract us from the on-going impeachment issues, Trump then decided to disclose the name of the dog, Conan, who chased the ISIS leader into a corner where he then committed murder-suicide. The dog’s name was still classified before when Trump first released a picture of the dog.
“…Conan will be leaving the Middle East for the White House sometime next week!” Trump tweeted late Wednesday night. The dog was named after late night comedian Conan O’Brien, according to Newsweek.
Thank you Daily Wire. Very cute recreation, but the “live” version of Conan will be leaving the Middle East for the White House sometime next week! https://t.co/Z1UfhxsSpT— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 31, 2019
The American Presidential election is famous for its long campaign, and this raid will serve as an effective tool for convincing the American public that this administration is competent in foreign affairs. This is evident through Trump’s inclusion of the footage of the raid in a reelection ad released Wednesday.
Nevertheless, Americans across the country are concerned primarily for the welfare of Conan the dog. This brave dog survived a raid on ISIS where he cornered and killed Al-Bagdahdi. But will he survive the mainstream media?
Earlier this week, it was announced that the watchdog group Project Veritas released multiple whistleblower videos and tips regarding a liberal bias at CNN. New revelations have been dropping ever since.
The identity of the whistleblower who shared the information is Cary Poarch. Poarch worked in the Washington D.C. bureau of CNN. He wore various technological devices such as hidden cameras to record the interactions he had regarding issues relating to bias.
The first part of the report shared exposes the President of CNN, Jeff Zucker, and his negatives views and ideology towards the current President of the United States, Donald Trump.
Zucker’s goal is for President Trump to be impeached. The documentation shows that Zucker is trying to do everything in his power at his news outlet to influence the American public to agree with impeaching the President: “in recordings of daily phone calls, Zucker directed staffers to push the impeachment narrative.”
Former President, Barack Obama seemed to have a lot of protection from CNN staff. For example, the Manager of Field Operations, Patrick Davis said in a video that Obama’s hot mic moment where he said he would have “more flexibility” to negotiate with Russia after the election was ” way worse than anything Trump has done.”
There also is an emphasis on Zucker’s bias against the Republican Party and Fox News. The main takeaway is that his view of Fox News being “fake conspiracy nonsense” that is spread throughout the Republican Party and American culture.
It is very concerning that one employee, a media coordinator named Nick Neville mentions that it is essentially Zucker who has full control of the programming that CNN airs.
Multiple employees mention that on election night, November 8, 2016, the tone at the Washington D.C. bureau was extremely negative. This continued on for days, after Trump’s victory.
One employee mentioned who in terms of the on-air talent that is against President Trump, it is clear that some of the most high profile personalities do not like him, such as Don Lemon, Anderson Cooper, Jake Tapper, and Chris Cuomo.
Racial bias is also a problem at CNN, with a media coordinator actually admitting: “I think that shootings in poorer areas or, um, minority communities don’t get as much coverage as if they were to happen in a white area.”
Just yesterday, a tweet from Project Veritas’ founder, James O’Keefe showed a shocking video in which one of the field production supervisors said that “the only way this will go away is when he (Trump) dies. Hopefully soon.”
It does matter who you support politically, calling for your President to pass away is beyond the pale, especially for an employee of a worldwide news channel.
The CNN newsroom turns out to be the exact opposite of what is taught in media school. Rather than being neutral, CNN takes an obvious bias, which is extremely unethical. Project Veritas’ insider exposed to the world that CNN cannot be trusted as a result of an extremely biased corporate president.