Chris Cuomo, CNN presenter and SiriusXM host, has many to say about Thanksgiving and its place in the Hall of Fame of historic celebrations.

In the latest edition of his XM radio show Let’s go after, Cuomo shared his love for Thanksgiving while rising up against the “awakened people” who “value it and other historic celebrations against an often gruesome historical backdrop.” Media writing.

Cuomo began by telling his producer that Thanksgiving is the one holiday he truly enjoys, although he appreciates Easter for its religious message of rebirth and renewal. “Boy do we need this shit,” he said.

“Christmas doesn’t do it for me. Halloween, candy, New Years, depressing,” he continued.

And after going through a few more vacations, Cuomo returned to Thanksgiving, calling it his “jam.”

“And now,” he replied, “you have woken up the people who are trying to kill him for me. My children, beat me up.”

“Look, man, you know, don’t throw all this pilgrim stuff at me,” he continued, noting that he’s a second generation American. “I don’t care about pilgrims and indigenous people, Native Americans, Indians, wherever, whatever, whatever group of them want to be called,” he said. “I don’t care about any of that.”

The host explained that he Is it that “Suffrage” and “exploitation”, but “I don’t need this story for Thanksgiving. I don’t need it at all, man ”.

Cuomo began to conclude by warning against canceling the story or historical figures, suggesting it would lead to the cancellation of America itself, then concluded by telling people to “stop seeing your happiness as a function of bringing down someone else “.

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