Anger management drop-out Chris Cuomo is using his platform on CNN to share an anti-prayer, anti-God message… AGAIN.
Last night on his show, Cuomo told his viewers they don’t need “help from above.”
This is just the latest in a long string of similar comments from the Cuomo.
In 2018, he ripped into Christians who dared to offer “thoughts and prayers” to victims of mass shootings, asking “what are you praying for?”
“You mock those who lost loved ones because if you gave it any thought at all you would never walk away from any of these without figuring out a better way to deal with them,” Cuomo said, adding: “And prayer? You think leaving it to God is the answer? We pray for strength, we pray for wisdom, for resolve, but we clearly don’t want to act on any of those here, so what are you praying for?”
He also bashed the prayers for Coronavirus victims earlier this year, saying “What good is it to say you are praying for [coronavirus patients] and there are angels on Earth if you are not doing everything in your power to help them?”
“What good is a prayer?” he continued.
Of course, there’s no word on whether or not he attempted to shut down the prayers sent to HIM when he suffered from COVID-19 himself.
These insults against prayer proves how out of touch Chris Cuomo really is. Pew Research Center surveys suggest that more than half (55%) of Americans say they pray every day, while 21% say they pray weekly or monthly. Even among Americans who are religiously unaffiliated, 20% say they pray daily.
And it’s safe to say after a year like 2020, the number of people sending up prayers is probably on the rise.
Especially in New York, where Chris Cuomo’s brother Andrew sent nearly 12,000 senior citizens to their death when he ordered nursing homes to take patients infected with Coronavirus. Should we stop praying for them, too, Chris?