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Faulkner Calls Out Cuomo Over Racist Commentary And Calls Him Ignorant

On Tuesday, Fox News’ Harris Faulkner and a friend of mine chastised Chris Cuomo for his racial rhetoric about white people not knowing what black people feel until their children are fired.

The segment with Faulkner started with a clip from Cuomo’s Friday show, to which Faulkner exclaimed, “Oh my goodness!” She then showed a clip from Cuomo’s Monday night show, to which she exclaimed, “Oh, my gosh!”

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“He meant what he said, and no one calls him a racist?” Faulkner wondered. “He feels the suburbs are devoid of black people!” I’m going to use the I word; he’s a complete moron!”

Faulkner was perplexed as to why no one in the media was condemning Cuomo’s racist remarks.


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“There are black people in the suburbs,” Faulker said to Fox News contributor Lawrence B. Jones III, who happened to be on the panel. “Can you tell me what he’s worried about?”

“I deny the premise of his conversation because it is simply not true,” Jones replied, adding his own experiences and some additional context.

Faulkner then turned to Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren, who said, “CNN and Chris Cuomo, in particular, are going to be outraged by all the abuse that’s going on in inner-city neighborhoods around the world.” Cuomo and Black Lives Matter, as well as Rep. Maxine Waters, screamed that if they really cared about saving black lives, they would give a message of “enforcement.”

“Race, race, race,” says the narrator. Let’s just reflect on the suspect’s and victim’s acts and say, “Hey, listen, there are bad apples in the police world, but if you cooperate, you’ll go home safe to your community at night,” Lahren said. “That must be the message, not a message of martyrdom.”

 

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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