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Disgraced ex-CNN anchor Chris Cuomo now admits to daily ivermectin use – refuses to apologize for shaming people who didn’t get the experimental shot | The Gateway expert




Disgraced ex-CNN anchor Chris Cuomo now admits to daily ivermectin use – refuses to apologize for shaming people who didn't get the experimental shot |  The Gateway expert
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In a recent episode of the PBD Podcast, hosted by Patrick Bet-David (PBD) along with co-hosts Adam Sosnick, Tom Ellsworth and Vincent Oshana, former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo made admissions about his health regimen and stance on the COVID-19 -crisis. 19 vaccines.

The episode confronted Cuomo about his past criticism of vaccine skeptics as he now embraces a treatment he once disdained.

During the discussion, Bet-David showed a resurfaced clip from 2021 in which Cuomo criticized Rep. Byron Donalds for his decision not to get vaccinated against COVID-19. In the clip, Cuomo chastised Donalds for allegedly neglecting public health responsibilities, saying:

“Everyone should know that about you, Byron Donalds. You don’t tell people to get vaccinated. You don’t push it. You’re not saying it’s the right choice. You say you don’t do it, and your family doesn’t do it, and you ignore the fact that you can make other people sick as if that doesn’t matter. Okay?”

In response, Donalds defended his position by claiming that vaccination is a personal choice and that he should not be scolded for making that decision.

“If you want to be protected against these variants and the original strain, please get vaccinated. What about protecting other people? I encourage you to do that,” Donalds emphasized. “But if there are Americans like me who choose not to, please don’t scold me for doing so. That is a personal choice I have made with my own health care.”

“I’ve talked to a number of doctors I know about it. I told them. “I already had it, and I’m 42. What do you think?” They said, ‘Yes, you’re doing well. If that’s what you want to do, go ahead and do it.” They didn’t come and say, “No, you have to do it because of everyone else.” Because if other people want to be protected, they have access to vaccines. Go get the vaccine. I would never tell anyone not to get vaccinated. I fully support it if someone chooses to do so,” Donalds added.

Despite Donalds’ rationale, Cuomo remained steadfast in his criticism, suggesting that Donalds’ position was “stupid as a proxy for boldness.”

Fast forward to the PBD Podcast interview, Cuomo reflected on how his views have evolved since then, admitting that he now regularly takes ivermectin. He acknowledged that the medical community had wrongly dismissed the drug.

‘I’ll take a… What do they call it? Like a normal dose, whatever. They’re trying to build up ivermectin. Ivermectin was a boogieman early on in COVID.

Cuomo then expressed frustration over the misinformation surrounding ivermectin and the inability to provide accurate information to the public. He criticized government officials for suppressing open dialogue.

“We received bad information about Ivermectin. The real question is: why? Everyone will say, ‘Joe Rogan was right.’ But that’s not what it’s about. What matters is that the entire clinical community knew that Ivermectin could not hurt you. They knew. I know they knew. How should I know that? Because all I do now is talk to these doctors who were overwhelmed with COVID at the time, and they didn’t say anything. Not that they were hiding anything, but it’s cheap, it doesn’t belong to anyone, and it’s used in all these different ways as an antimicrobial and antiviral. That has been the case for a long time.”

However, when confronted about his past criticism of those who refused the vaccine, Cuomo refused to apologize, insisting he was only conveying best practices at the time by government officials:

“Apology? Of course not. Byron Donalds is coming to my show. I believe as a leader at that time you had a duty to be thorough in what you put out, rather than just playing politics. This was never that simple if vaccine is good, vaccine is bad. Politics has made it that way.”

Flashback, here’s a video of Chris Cuomo calling millions of unvaccinated Americans America’s “greatest enemy.”


His ego is way too big to apologize. Cuomo further defended his previous positions, stating that the vaccine significantly reduced hospitalizations and severe COVID-19 cases.

“The data is overwhelming: as the vaccine entered our population, the number of people going to hospital with very serious or ultimately terminal cases fell,” he said. “Now, at what price and why? We do not know.”

Despite his admissions and changing views, Cuomo remained steadfast in not fully aligning with those who questioned the efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine from the start. Instead, he blamed the government and political leaders for the misinformation and lack of transparency that have fueled public distrust.

“My concern is that the unknowns are now more dangerous than the knowns,” Cuomo noted, urging further research into adverse vaccine effects.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that the disgraced former CNN anchor revealed for the first time that he is experiencing side effects that he attributes to the COVID-19 vaccine.

While Cuomo did not specify the exact nature of his symptoms, he expressed concern about persistent abnormalities in his health.

Watch the interview with PBD below: