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  • CNN Host Criticiszed For Comparing N-Word to Muhammad

    CNN host Chris Cuomo is quickly becoming the premier cable news idiot to go to for utterly embarrassingly stupid comments.

    Earlier this month, law school graduate Chris Cuomo apologized for his claim that hate speech was not protected under the First Amendment.

    Now the idiotic CNN host is being bludgeoned for his attempt to draw an analogy between holding a Muhammad cartoon contest and using the N-word.

    “His view is she’s not allowed to have a ‘Draw Muhammad’ contest because in his view, he has pronounced that is offensive,” Fox News host Megan Kelly said about Cuomo. “The question is offensive to whom, Chris? There is a group that finds this offensive, and there are tens if not hundreds of millions who have no issue with it whatsoever.”

    “They may be offensive, but they’re not gratuitously offensive because she wants to include the line ‘support free speech,'” said Nation Review editor Rich Lowry who defended activist Pamala Geller’s right to run cartoons of Muhammad on Washington, D.C. buses. “It’s a political message and a political message that should be entirely unobjectionable.”

    “Now he’s shifted to, ‘but it’s morally wrong, it’s offensive,’” Kelly said. “And once again he doesn’t get the position, which is the reason the speech is so important is because it is in defiance of somebody trying to impose their ideals on the American people.”

    Watch Chris Cuomo get torn a new one in the clip above.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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