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Trump Enjoys Chris Cuomo’s Vile Rant After Cuomo Called “Fredo”

Chris Cuomo is a year away from mid-century. You’d think he’d grow up.

Someone called him Fredo, just to provoke him, and he snatched the bait with gusto. Of course, his antagonist got it all on video, which was the point.

Fredo is the character in The Godfather who is the disrespected brother, the black sheep. The suggestion is that Chris, a mere CNN host, compares unfavorably to his brother Andrew, who is the governor of New York. It’s also a bit of an insult to Italians.

Cuomo completely melted down with a curse filled rant and an invitation to violence. CNN should fire him, at the very least for acting like a complete moron, or for making physical threats, but instead, it backed him up.

He also compared “Fredo” to the N-word as an epithet which, if he were a conservative, would invite accusations that he had a poor appreciation for the gravity of the N-word.

9 Responses to Trump Enjoys Chris Cuomo’s Vile Rant After Cuomo Called “Fredo”

  1. Poor Fredo, willing to dish out the abuse by the bucket full but goes full out BSC on a guy with a mic and a camera. Big tough talker, bet he puffed out his chest when he said he was a CNN anchor. More like a Ron Burgundy shilling for The Party. To bad Fredo didn’t get his ass whipped.

  2. Calling an Italian man “Fredo” is, indeed, an insult. Not a racial insult unless Italians have become another Dem racial minority group.

    In the movie, The Godfather, Fredo Corelone was portrayed as stupid, pathetic, and easily manipulated by their enemies. His betrayal almost got his brother, Michael killed. Michael eventually ordered Fredo killed after their mother died of natural causes.

    • Thanks for the clip.
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      Imagine if Battista had defeated the revolt, imagine the Eastern “las vegas”. No Russian missile crisis, no Bay of Pigs massacre, no Cuban immigration to Florida, etc etc.

  3. Isn’t it interesting how so many Progs seem to be one breath away from victimhood. Who would ever think a stranger’s using the word “Fredo” would cause this wealthy, well muscled man to start going macho-crazy and claiming that he’d been insulted to the max degree?

    A real man would have laughed and walked away.