On Tuesday evening, Tucker Carlson reacted the Fredo Cuomo’s suspension with an interesting take on the whole situation.
“So this morning when we saw the “Atlantic” magazine, we knew it was curtains for Cuomo,” Tucker began.
“It functions as a kind of modern social registry, a place where the ruling class to talk to itself and the Atlantic decided it was deeply displeased Chris Cuomo had dared to help his brother, the former governor of New York when he was accused of sexual harassment. Chris Cuomo must go, the Atlantic declared and in the world that he lives in, the Atlantic makes the rules. And that’s when for the first time ever and very unexpectedly, we started to feel sorry for Chris Cuomo,” he added.
“Helping his brother is not the worst thing he ever did it in fact it may have been the best thing he ever did. Not because Andrew Cuomo was a good person, he certainly wasn’t a good person but he was Chris Cuomo’s brother and that’s what you do with brothers even bothersome ones. You help them when they needed. Matt, it’s called loyalty. This is an alien concept. Is there a single person at CNN or any other left-wing network who would risk his job to help his own brother? Above all, these people are ruthless careerists. Jeff Zucker told this guy to denounce his own wife on television, do you think you hesitate before doing it? Of course he wouldn’t come in out for a second. So when we tell you the media are corrupt, we don’t just mean they are corrupt politically, it is much deeper than that,” Tucker continued.
“You don’t acknowledge the most important roles in life, your first obligation is to your family, your first obligation is not to the state, not to a political party, not to Jeff Zucker or some creepy leader, it’s it’s not even to your own career. Your most basic obligation is to the people you are related to. When they need your help no matter who they are even if you’re the governor of a state, even if their horrible people, you help them anyway because it’s your family. It Chris Cuomo may be an idiot and he is, but he understands that, what a thing to be fired for it,” he concluded.