CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo Attacked for Defending Perversion

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by Rodney Pelletier  •  •  February 27, 2017   

The Catholic anchor accused 12-year-old girls of 'intolerance' for not wanting to see naked men in girls' locker rooms

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NEW YORK ( - CNN commentator Chris Cuomo, a self-professed Catholic, is accusing 12-year-old girls of "intolerance" because they don't want men changing clothes with them in the same bathrooms.

He tweeted more than 90 times on February 23 in reaction to President Donald Trump's decision to revoke the Obama administration's transgender bathroom mandate the day before.

A man tweeted to Cuomo:

Cuomo answered:

At this point a Twitter war broke out, with many responding:

Media commentator Mark Dice weighed in, calling Cuomo a "pervert apologist."

Cuomo, however, didn't seem to understand why people are reacting the way they are.

Governor Andrew Cuomo, Chris' brother, issued a statement the same day, directing that gender identity is still protected under state law:

The recent change in federal policy does not alter the protections we afford to transgender students. There can be no confusion in this State. New York State schools must continue to enforce the law and protect transgender and gender non-conforming students. Specifically, the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), which is a State statute, expressly requires schools to protect students from discrimination, harassment or bullying based upon gender, which includes a student's actual or perceived gender, their gender identity or expression.

Both Chris and Andrew are sons of the late Gov. Mario Cuomo of New York, who famously espoused the "personally opposed, but" argument in favor of voting for pro-abortion legislation.


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