Washington Post Commits Rare Random Act of Journalism — And Fredo Cuomo is in the Crosshairs

You know it’s bad when the Washington Post, a left-wing rag known for being the propaganda arm for both the Democrat and Chinese Communist Parties, goes after one of their own.

But that’s exactly what they did on Thursday when they committed a rare act of journalism by exposing more corruption into New York’s most famous Democrat political dynasties, the Cuomos.

The Post is reporting that Chris Cuomo, aka: “Fredo”, a CNN Fake News host, took part in strategy calls that advised his brother, Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo, on how to respond to multiple sexual harassment allegations against him.

Considering the Democrat Party’s firm stance of “believing all women” when it comes to sexual harassment [exception: when the accused is any Democrat], the stance Fredo recommended his brother take is beyond rich:

The cable news anchor encouraged his brother to take a defiant position and not to resign from the governor�s office, the people said. At one point, he used the phrase �cancel culture� as a reason to hold firm in the face of the allegations, two people present on one call said.

CNN Fake News admitted that Fredo took part in the strategy sessions but argued that “Chris has not been involved in CNN’s extensive coverage of the allegations against Governor Cuomo.”

CNN went on to confess that Fredo’s participation on the calls was “inappropriate” and that “He will not participate in such conversations going forward.”

For several weeks in 2020, the Cuomo brothers infamously appeared together on Fredo’s primetime slot pushing propaganda that portrayed the governor as a hero during the Chi-Com virus scamdemic. We now know that Andrew Cuomo is complicit in the death of 15,000 or more senior citizens by signing an executive order mandating that infected individuals be housed in NY nursing homes.

Furthermore, the elder brother covered up the atrocities.

Despite his role in mass murder, Andrew Cuomo will reportedly rake in over $5 million from his new book praising his handling of the scamdemic.

Even though Fredo’s participation in the call was “inappropriate,” CNN stated that Cuomo will not be disciplined.