Unhinged Cuomo: White Kids Need to Be Killed for Gun/Police Reform

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For months, NewsBusters has been documenting the disturbing tailspin of CNN Prime Time host Chris Cuomo as he descended into darker and darker levels of violent thought and fantasies. On Friday, he took things to his darkest level yet as he went on an unhinged screed about how “white people‘s kids” need to be killed off in droves in order for gun control to be passed and the police to be abolished. Hang on tight because it’s very disgusting.

After putting on a ridiculous voice and suggesting people who supported police believed “comply or die,” Cuomo’s eyes became wild and manic as he described what was needed for reform to happen.

“And you know what the answer is. You really do. You don’t like it, I don’t like it, it scares me,” he told his audience while throwing up his hands. “Shootings, gun laws, access to weapons. Oh, I know when they’ll change. Your kids start getting killed, white people‘s kids start getting killed.”

Cuomo then concocted a perverted fantasy of a white kid getting killed and calls for reform afterward:

Smoking that doobie that’s actually legal probably in your state now, but they don’t know what it was and the kid runs and then pop, pop, pop, pop! The cop was justified. “Why did you run?” Oh, he had a baseball game tonight. Oh, white kid, big family, that house over there? Those start piling up. “What is going on with these police?” [Frantic noises] “Maybe we shouldn’t even have police.”

That kind of mania, that kind of madness, that will be you. That will be the majority because it’s your people,” he sneered and shouted with a crazed look on his face.

 

 

Cuomo often notes and takes pride in his Italian heritage. So, it was bizarre for him to shout about how things would change when it’s “your people” being victims. Then again, last month, he did claim he was “black on the inside.”

Proving his ignorance and segregation from people who routinely exercised their right to bear arms outside of his liberal bubble, Cuomo when on to shout about how Second Amendment advocates would change their tune if blacks were buying guns:

See, now black people start getting all guns, forming militias, protect themselves. Can’t trust the deep state. You’ll see a wave of change, in access and accountability. We saw it in the ’60s. That’s when it changes, because that’s when it’s you.

As someone who exercises their Second Amendment rights, this author can attest to seeing many black people at the gun range and the gun stores he visits. And it’s a very good thing. Anyone who feels they’re endangered should carry legally for their protection or simply take part in the exercise of their rights.

That is our reality. And the reality is clear and the state of play is unchanging. And that is not a recipe for any type of longevity. And what do we do here, what do I do here? I get lost in the next,” he cried out, proving how detached from reality he was.

From there, Cuomo lashed out at his own viewers for getting bored with violent stories:

The next name, the next iteration, the new in news dominates because you get bored. “I’ve heard enough. I’ve heard enough. I cared about George Floyd, it was wrong, but I’ve had it with the trial, it’s too long. Just let me know when they have a verdict.”

Cuomo was clearly unwell during his tirade, but during the handoff to CNN Tonight host Don Lemon, he declared in all seriousness: “I know I’m right!”

Disturbed. This is CNN.

Chris Cuomo‘s unhinged rant about how white kids needed to die for reforms to be passed was made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Consumer Cellular and Mazda. Their contact information is linked so you can tell them about the biased news they fund.

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

CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time
April 16, 2021
9:08:58 p.m. Eastern

(…)

CHRIS CUOMO: You hear people. What are you going to do when you see these shootings? You know what you’re going to do. “That George Floyd, did you hear about him? That Daunte Wright, did you hear about him? That 13-year-old Adam, you know he was a gangbanger.”

Why do that? Because you want to make the problem them. It takes the onus off the idea that you’re wrong about policing not needing to change. Forget that police are trained to deal with noncompliance with force that is not lethal. “Hey, comply or die, eh.”

And you know what the answer is. You really do. You don’t like it, I don’t like it, it scares me. Shootings, gun laws, access to weapons. Oh, I know when they’ll change. Your kids start getting killed, white people‘s kids start getting killed.

Smoking that doobie that’s actually legal probably in your state now, but they don’t know what it was and the kid runs and then pop, pop, pop, pop! The cop was justified. “Why did you run?” Oh, he had a baseball game tonight. Oh, white kid, big family, that house over there? Those start piling up. “What is going on with these police?” [Frantic noises] “Maybe we shouldn’t even have police.”

That kind of mania, that kind of madness, that will be you. That will be the majority, because it’s your people.

See, now black people start getting all guns, forming militias, protect themselves. Can’t trust the deep state. You’ll see a wave of change, in access and accountability. We saw it in the ’60s. That’s when it changes, because that’s when it’s you.

My job is to show you and them, because there but for the grace. And the grace is forgiveness that none of us deserve for the blessings that we’re wasting in this country.

That is our reality. And the reality is clear and the state of play is unchanging. And that is not a recipe for any type of longevity. And what do we do here, what do I do here? I get lost in the next. The next name, the next iteration, the new in news dominates because you get bored. “I’ve heard enough. I’ve heard enough. I cared about George Floyd, it was wrong, but I’ve had it with the trial, it’s too long. Just let me know when they have a verdict.”

We pretend that we’re not just seeing the same lying and lack of leading and bleeding and death and pain, new names, new faces, new places. Same problems. You know it, I know it. I know that you know.

(…)

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