CNN’s Chris Cuomo is one of the most dispicable human beings in all of the mainstream media.
It’s arguable whether Cuomo or his buddy Don Lemon is worse.
Cuomo gained some ground on Lemon as the two discussed Senator Marco Rubio and other Republicans as “enablers” of President Donald Trump.
Cuomo mocked Rubio’s religion by referring to him as “Mr. Bible boy.”
Cuomo then claimed that Rubio “has a Bible quote for every moment, He just never speaks truth to power.”
Once again, the left never misses an opportunity to speak ill of Christianity.
The Washington Times with more on Cuomo's mockery of Rubio's faith:
Chris Cuomo says President Trump’s departure from the White House will not offer political relief for the country as long as “Bible boy” Sen. Marco Rubio is around.
The “CNN Tonight” host mocked the Florida Republican’s outspoken faith Monday evening while opining on post-Trump America with colleague Don Lemon.
“Look, Trump, I believe, will be remembered as the worst,” Mr. Cuomo said. “But the people, those who remain, the Kevin McCarthy’s, the people in the House—”
“Embarrassing, embarrassing,” Mr. Lemon concurred.
The men then turned their attention to Mr. Rubio.
“You know Mr. Bible Boy,” Mr. Cuomo said. “He’s got a Bible quote for every moment. He just never speaks truth to power or acts on any of it in the interest of his own state or of this country. They remain, and they all know what they’re doing is bogus. They know what they’re doing on the 6th is bogus.”
These despicable remarks were made during the nightly handoff between the two news anchors.
The Blaze has more details:
The remarks came during the nightly handoff between Cuomo and CNN's Don Lemon, according to Fox News.
Leading up to the exchange in question, Lemon attempted an impersonation of President Donald Trump and mocked the president for his recently published phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
In the reported hour-long phone call, which was obtained and published by the Washington Post, Trump appeared to repeatedly urge the Georgia Secretary of State to "find" enough votes to help reverse the state's election results. President-elect Joe Biden was able to win the traditionally red state by less than 12,000 votes.
Lemon said that Raffensperger was a "man of faith" for not caving to the president's requests to continue looking into the results of the election.
"I just learned about it tonight as I was watching CNN, he is a man of faith and he is relying on his faith and that's why he could sit there and, just, very stoically say, 'I'm sorry, Mr. President, you're wrong,'" Lemon said.
Lemon then mulled over how the president could still have any government allies after the leak — a sentiment with which Cuomo apparently agreed.
"Look, Trump, I believe, will be remembered as the worst," he began. "We've never seen anybody abuse the office the way he has — not in our lifetime. But the people, those who remain, the Kevin McCarthys, the people in the House, the people in the Senate. ... The man he called Lyin' Ted, the man he called Little Marco, Mr. Bible Boy. You know, he's got a Bible quote for every moment, he just never speaks truth to power or acts on any of it in the interest of his own state or of this country."
Rubio, for his part, did not take the insult lying down.
He had this to say via Twitter:
Pastor Greg Laurie came to Rubio's defense, and many others were also appauled by Cuomo's comments.