A presidential vote of confidence in a food business, viciously attacked by Democrats and mainstream media, was trashed by a television journalist.
The brother of Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has criticized the Oval Office for standing up for Goya Foods after the New York City manufacturer’s President, Robert Unanue, came under fire for publicly expressing gratitude towards the Trump administration.
“You tell me how a president in the middle of a pandemic has got time for this [expletive], are you kidding me?” CNN anchor Chris Cuomo said in a video shared on YouTube. “Hawking products [for] Goya.”
Anti-Trump activists and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) recently boycotted Goya products because Unanue refused to apologize for speaking highly of President Donald Trump at a White House roundtable with Latino leaders, on July 9.
The president and his daughter Ivanka countered this “cancel culture” movement by sharing a photo of themselves with different products the company made. The action, together with growing shopper support for Goya, frustrated Cuomo.
“This is what he is resolute about, [these are his] pandemic priorities?” Chris Cuomo said. “His daughter Ivanka, top White House adviser, are you kidding me?! Marketing for a brand, following calls for a boycott after Goya’s CEO, heaped praise on Trump last week.”
Cuomo accused the president and his daughter of promoting the company with taxpayer money, though neither received any payment for their posts.
“On your dime, in the middle of a pandemic, they are selling beans,” he said. “Are you kidding me? Seriously, seriously … the guy is sitting on the resolute desk with a bunch of Goya products.”
He appeared to have a momentary lapse of judgment and wished he could clone infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci.
“[This is] proof positive of why we need many Faucis but we only have one,” he said. “Why, the idea of him [the president] messing with Fauci when he is selling magic beans is crazy.”
Cuomo was recently infected with the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus and suffered from various known symptoms. He was forced to relocate to his home’s basement, where he lived and worked in mandatory isolation.
“I have been exposed to people … who have subsequently tested positive, and I had fevers, chills, and shortness of breath,” he said on Twitter.
He fell ill after joining CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta in accusing President Trump of prejudice against those who came from abroad for describing the deadly disease as “foreign.”
Acosta—kicked out of the White House for being “rude” to the president back in 2018, accused political adviser Stephen Miller of adding his “hard-liner” views on immigration in the nation’s March 11 address.
“Stephen Miller, an immigration hard-liner who advises the president, is one of his top domestic advisers and speechwriters was a driving force in writing the speech,” he said according to a video uploaded by Breitbart. “I think it is going to come across to a lot of Americans as smacking of xenophobia to use that kind of term in the speech, Chris.”