Guess Who’s Seated Next To Anderson Cooper For CNN’s On-Air Cuomo Suspension Announcement

Guess Who’s Seated Next To Anderson Cooper For CNN’s On-Air Cuomo Suspension Announcement

When CNN’s Anderson Cooper uncomfortably informed the network’s audience yesterday that Chris Cuomo has been suspended indefinitely following the release of new documents revealing he leveraged media sources to help dig up dirt on his brother’s sexual misconduct accusers, Cooper was seated right next to the man who as everyone knows was literally caught in an embarrassing act of sexual misconduct himself.

Bizarre, awkward and deeply disturbing is an understatement

“Some news about this network,” Cooper told CNN viewers after wrapping up a discussion with the network’s top legal analyst, sidelined from last October until June over his Zoom masturbation incident, who was still visible on screen

Toobin had “a front-row seat” in the studio, placed immediately to Cooper’s right, for the announcement as FOX noted. The CNN political analyst only recently returned after he himself was temporarily suspended by CNN and fired from The New Yorker when he was caught pleasuring himself on a ‘live’ zoom call in October 2020 in full view of colleagues, including female journalists.

He had been allowed back into the fold at the failing cable news network following a six-month period of ‘reflection and growth’. It was in early summer that he suddenly reappeared for an awkward post-masturbation apology tour, which began in a cringe-worthy interview with CNN host Alisyn Camerota.

Fast forward to this week’s Chris Cuomo scandal, and Loobin Toobin sat there with a half-grin on his face while Cooper introduced the segment announcing Cuomo’s departure

“It involves Chris Cuomo, the host of ‘Cuomo Prime Time.’ New documents released this week indicated that Chris was more intimately involved than previously known in helping his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo craft a defense amid a flurry of sexual misconduct allegations,” Cooper said as the camera cut away from Toobin to focus solely on the “AC 360” host

Watch…

Ahead of taking over Chris Cuomo’s timeslot with a second hour of AC360, Anderson reads the statement from CNN on Cuomo’s indefinite suspension. pic.twitter.com/e7mRsWyJVP

— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) December 1, 2021

Apparently Cooper had been “emotional” upon learning of Cuomo’s suspension, as a written report by CNN noted.

“Cooper’s team was also blindsided by the news and left scrambling to fill the extra hour,” it said, detailing that later “an emotional Chris Cuomo met with the show’s staff.”

While announcing Chris Cuomo’s indefinite suspension, Anderson Cooper was sitting next to … Jeffrey Toobin, who returned in June from an indefinite suspension. https://t.co/5J6nzCggPR

— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) December 1, 2021

Picking up on the potential “messaging” that the strange imagery of Toobin and Cooper seated side-by-side while the latter began in a somber tone “Some news about this network…” a number of observers speculated that this likely means Cuomo too will eventually be back. One day soon it’ll be as if nothing ever happened.

So CNN is giving Chris Cuomo “The Jeffrey Toobin Treatment”—i.e., taking him off-air for a few months hoping folks will forget about it?

😒

— Adrienne Lawrence, Esq. (@AdrienneLaw) November 30, 2021

Chris Cuomo is suspended. Let’s talk to Jeffrey Toobin. https://t.co/Z1FzIL3M5r

— Joe Remi (@JoeOfTheNorth) December 1, 2021

Toobin certainly looks more comfortable in the CNN studio compared to his surreal “comeback interview” in June…

We just want to reintroduce Jeffry Toobin after a bit of a hiatus

*fap fap fap fap*

Jeffrey had to take time off

*fap fap fap*

After an unfortunate incident during

*fap … fap fap*

A zoom meeting. Welcome back, Jeffrey.

*fapfapfap*

Jeffrey, stop pic.twitter.com/piS3vp778L

— Geoffrey Ingersoll (@GPIngersoll) June 10, 2021

You can’t make this up. Only at CNN.

Tyler Durden
Wed, 12/01/2021 – 15:20

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