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Cuomo Brings on Discredited Florida Employee to Spread Anti-DeSantis Conspiracy Theory


[See NewsBusters for more.] Apparently, when he's not violating basic journalistic ethics by interviewing and goofing around his brother, CNN's Chris Cuomo thinks a productive use of his show is to bring on conspiracy theorists who pretend to be whistleblowers, as he did on Friday. That is, so long as they don't blow the whistle on his brother Andrew.

Despite the fact that the media had portrayed Florida Governor Ron DeSantis a science-denying Trump sycophant who was going to get Floridians killed, Florida's coronavirus numbers have done better than expected and far better than Andrew's New York. However, according to one recently fired employee, Rebekah Jones, that was because the state is lying about it's numbers.

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