Skip to comments.GOP Rep to Cuomo: “First Time I’ve Told a Guy ‘Happy Valentine’s’ Three Times in One Day”
Posted on 02/14/2018 5:25:16 AM PST by governsleastgovernsbest
Not that theres anything wrong with that . . .
Lets take a break from the MSMs non-stop Rob Porter coverage and note an amusing CNN moment. Chris Cuomo was interviewing GOP Rep. Jim Jordan this morning. Jordan began by wishing Cuomo a Happy Valentines Day. There was a problem with Cuomos earpiece, and as they were checking it, Jordan repeated the greeting twice more.
When they finally got the problem straightened out, Jordan said:
Chris, first time Ive ever told a guy Happy Valentines three times in one day.
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Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
Valentine ping to Liberal Media Criticism list.
Valentine’s Day? Gee whiz, I thought it was National Anti-Depressants Day, or “NADD”.
Cuomo could not be a stronger advocate for the thuggery of the Democrats and the FBI if his blinders were taking steroids. This interview was off the charts....not in his questioning but in his defense of deep state thuggery.
True. I was thinking of doing a blog about the way Cuomo cross-examined Jordan. Cuomo sounded like a hyper-partisan Dem pundit, not the objective “host” he supposedly is.
But I decided to go for the laugh line!
Remember the time Cuomo reviewed Sara Palin’s book,” Going Rogue?”
Except the dunce called it,”Going Rouge.”
Puttin’ rouge on a pig ;-)
Ah, but that's merely true; it's hardly news.
The laugh line was the right choice. :-)
Thanks! Sometimes I need a break from the heavy, political stuff.
Is there something Congressman Jordan wished to share with the rest of the class?
Whoa, Chris is a guy? I'm floored, she acts so prissy.
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