Chris Cuomo Mocks Marco Rubio’s Christian Faith, Calls Him “Mr. Bible Boy”

National   |   Kristine Marsh   |   Jan 5, 2021   |   7:31PM   |   Washington, DC

Yet again, CNN host Chris Cuomo was given license from his network to attack a Republican’s faith on Monday’s CNN Tonight. This time the target for the CNN host’s anti-Christian bigotry was Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL).

Cuomo was hanging around as he usually does at the start of Don Lemon’s show, to mock President Trump for trying to overturn the election results in Georgia. After Lemon feigned the president’s persona in his phone call to Brad Raffensperger, the duo praised the election official for his stoic rejections of Trump’s claims about winning the election. Lemon argued this was because Raffensperger was a “man of faith,” a point which Cuomo seized on to attack Republicans in Congress’s faith.

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He specifically attacked Marco Rubio for quoting the Bible and not “speaking truth to power:”

CUOMO: The people in the Senate who are enabling this, who are complicit in it. The man he called lying Ted, the man he called little Marco.

LEMON: Little Marco.

CUOMO: You know Mr. Bible boy. He’s got a Bible quote for every moment. He just never speaks truth to power or acts on any of it in the interest of his own state or of this country. They remain, and they all know what they’re doing is bogus. They know what they’re doing on the 6th is bogus…

Perhaps Cuomo should leave the Bible out of it, as his own brother, the governor of New York, brought out a Bible and read verses to reporters back in June for purely political purposes to attack President Trump:

For some reason, it’s only Republicans or conservatives whose faith is attacked or held to the fire on CNN.

In August, Cuomo adamantly defended Joe Biden’s Catholicism, while he bashed pro-life conservatives, a frequent target of the CNN host. CNN liberals love hailing Nancy Pelosi and Biden as devout Catholics, while attacking Republicans like Marco Rubio as fake Christians. Meanwhile, smug CNN hosts like Don Lemon will still use the Bible for their own political purposes, even screwing up basic theology to do so.

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LifeNews Note: Kristine Marsh is Staff Writer for MRC Culture at the Media Research Center where this originally appeared.