Most primetime news hosts go viral for monologues, interviews, and perspectives. Not New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s brother. He, CNN’s Chris Cuomo, types on a computer while lifting weights.
Why would anyone do such a thing? Only Jeff Zucker knows.
Here is what it looks like (try to keep the jealousy down):
Maybe the woke dig a man who can do both?
But can he?
A professional bodybuilder called “fake news” on the maybe fake news host.
Marc Lobliner claimed no one with Cuomo’s body — meaning less than his — could possibly type with that size dumbbell. Per Lobliner, Cuomo is using fake weights.
Take a look:
CHALLENGE TO @ChrisCuomo .
Prove you’re not a liar. Prove that you can actually lift the weight you’re shown with.
I will fly anywhere you’d like to witness it and we can either have a charity event or I’ll donate $1k to a charity of your choice.
PLEASE RETWEET! pic.twitter.com/5vVZpUoW8S
— Marc Lobliner (@MarcLobliner) September 9, 2020
I used to know some guys I suspected of lifting fake weights on IG. Many of whom reminded me of Chris Cuomo.
Lobliner isn’t innocent in all this, either. It is hard to merely focus on Cuomo’s arm strength with such a weak $1,000 challenge. We will, anyway.
Cuomo has yet to address the video on his animated nightly show. Though, he has been rather fired up.
"We know the President lied to you about the worst medical crisis in our generation," says @ChrisCuomo.
— Cuomo Prime Time (@CuomoPrimeTime) September 11, 2020
Maybe that explains it?
At this point, the only way to exonerate Cuomo from Weightgate is for him to pump tested dumbbells during the creative segment known as “Cuomo’s Court.”
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