Did CNN’s Chris Cuomo Admit to Spreading His Coronavirus?

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During Monday’s Cuomo PrimeTime, in which he spent much of show bashing Florida’s governor for his coronavirus response, CNN host Chris Cuomo appeared to admit to spreading his infamous case of coronavirus. If that’s true, it would come as no surprise since his escape from quarantine had been well documented, despite CNN’s feeble attempt to gaslight their audience with his so-called “official” release.

Cuomo was speaking with CNN’s politicized physician, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, and lying about Florida seeding coronavirus cases in the rest of the country, when he compared his ability to spread the virus to that of a younger person who would likely be asymptomatic:

Look at DeSantis. DeSantis in Florida let everybody go crazy over Spring Break. He then exported all that virus back to wherever they wanted it to go. Okay. Now he’s blaming the young people. But it has always been true that they will be more asymptomatic, have lighter symptoms but spread the virus just as anybody else who has bad symptoms. Me spreading the virus and some 19-year-old who barely knows they have it, same effect on you, God forbid.

We do know that Cuomo’s quarantine breakout led to him infecting his wife (who was telling people to bath in Clorox bleach) and kids. But since he’s been lying about staying in his basement, and was caught outside at least once, it’s unclear who else he could have infected. Now, onto debunked his lies.

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