As we reported yesterday, Chris Cuomo was still trying to make Rebekah Jones a thing, despite the fact that Jones has never presented any evidence to prove her claim that she was told to sit on Wuhan coronavirus case data in Florida.
Cuomo previously had her on his show multiple time to push the unfounded accusations. Why? Clearly because it might make Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis look bad.
Yesterday, the CNN anchor was pushing a Miami Herald article that didn’t prove her point any more than anything else he’s pushed about her.
But now, he’s on to the next conspiracy to push in regard to the matter. He questioned why the Florida data reports were no longer going to be published.
Odd timing…just as piece comes out abt how data was handled? https://t.co/Wfc3MaNSwz
— Christopher C. Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) June 4, 2021
But being Chris Cuomo, he was citing something that wasn’t accurate. It appears they’re just trying to condense their data, and now that there are fewer cases, they may not be doing it every day. But they’re moving to just posting it weekly.
Florida Health officials said infections and mortality data on its online COVID-19 dashboard will no longer be updated daily but will instead be provided on a weekly basis. https://t.co/H22fxDJ3Cl
— FOX 35 Orlando (@fox35orlando) June 5, 2021
How long did it take me to figure that out? About a minute. Meanwhile, Cuomo couldn’t be bothered before he spread it.
But hey, why should Chris let facts deter him from spreading baseless conspiracies? The only thing to consider, apparentl,y is whether it fits the Democratic narrative.
Remember, this is the same guy who had his brother on his show, playing jokey skits during the pandemic and promoting Gov. Andrew Cuomo as a pandemic hero. Never mind the truth — that New York had one of the worst results of the pandemic under Andrew Cuomo and the conflict that having him on presented.
So, going after someone like Ron DeSantis, who performed phenomenally for his state? Multi-tweet and program effort to attack from Chris. Calling out
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