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Well, Christmas is canceled. That is, according to CNN.
The Chris Cuomo network’s medical analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner declared you, we, the American people “cannot do Christmas” this year.
“So the next big holiday is obviously the Christmas, New Year’s holiday where people tend to travel, want to travel, want to be with family, but we just can’t do it this year,” Reiner begins.
CNN is fully embracing the talking points pushed by Andrew Cuomo, Gavin Newsom, and Gretchen Whitmer. They want all residents to stay inside, not live life, close their businesses, and stay terrified — while they go out maskless and enjoy themselves like it’s 2019.
Good thing the Cuomo brothers — little brother from CNN, big brother from the Democratic Party — apparently can’t spread COVID:
— Janice Dean (@JaniceDean) October 26, 2020
Nor can Newsom, apparently:
Photos have surfaced showing California Governor Gavin Newsom appearing to break his own COVID restrictions at a Napa dinner party: https://t.co/gIOByF3L6u
This isn’t the first time this month CNN, a network which acts as an extension of the Democratic Party, has told its loyal airport viewers to cancel Christmas.
Partisan, unreliable State of the Union host Jake Tapper started the campaign, after chatting with Dr. Anthony Fauci.
“Christmas is probably not gonna be possible” this year, Tapper warns. Not for you, of course. Tapper will probably still enjoy and receive Hanukkah gifts.
CNN’s post-election pivot has been rather simple, outside of losing talents like Jen Psaki to the Biden administration. (This, after accusing Fox News of serving as a “revolving door” to the Trump administration for years.) In addition to its war on Christmas, CNN has aimed not only to compete with MSNBC’s far-left propaganda but surpass it. Thus, its lead “news” anchor has called Trump an “obese turtle” and sat back silently while a mayor claims that Trump is looking to “eat his own children.” Monday, CNN brought on the only sports pundit more Rachel Maddow than Jemele Hill, Bomani Jones, former host of High Noon.
Just a network producing anti-Christmas content before their big company Christmas party. Bah humbug.