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FILE – In this April 29, 2016 file photo, CNN’s Soledad O’Brien attends the We Are Family Foundation 2016 Gala in New York. O’Brien, has appeared in several films, including, “Zoolander 2,” “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” and “Batman v Superman.” (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)

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I don’t care who you are nor how you lean politically – if you’ve read Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean’s heartbreaking story about how she lost both of her in-laws to the coronavirus outbreak in New York nursing homes, you can’t help but be moved to tears.

Since their deaths happened, Dean has been an outspoken advocate of holding NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) accountable for what she believes is his role in their deaths and the over 6,000 other deaths that happened in NY nursing homes and assisted living facilities after Cuomo’s disastrous March 25th executive order forcing such facilities to take in COVID-positive patients.

So you can imagine that when Dean saw the widely-shared clip of Dr. Anthony Fauci absurdly proclaiming to PBS that New York state “properly” handled the coronavirus outbreak, saying “they did it correctly”, she was going to take issue with it:

Fauci’s assertion was particularly baffling when you consider the deep dives even reliably left-leaning publications like the New York Times and ProPublica have done into Cuomo’s handling of the outbreak. Both found that Cuomo’s management of the crisis has been disastrous, including how he dealt with the nursing home issue. They also documented how his and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s (D) political one-upsmanship games early on enabled the virus’s deadly spread not just throughout New York but also throughout the entire country.

So, yes, Dean was right. Fauci’s claim about New York was indeed “garbage.”

Dean disagreeing with Fauci’s faulty observation did not sit well with failed CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, who tried to diminish Dean’s opinion by demeaning her qualifications:

Dean pushed back, as did others who have come to know her and respect her passion for holding Cuomo accountable:

Megyn Kelly took aim at O’Brien, too, in what would become a very revealing exchange – about O’Brien:

O’Brien’s initial response, of course was to bring race into a discussion that had nothing to do with race because when Democrats have no defense for their words and actions, they play the race card:

O’ Brien later claimed attacking Fauci was “intentional” as though there was something sinister or underhanded about pointing out that he was wrong:

She then proved her racist nature once again by playing the “blonde lady” card because of course she did:

By the way, here’s another recent instance of O’Brien dismissing the opinions of someone who lost loved ones to the coronavirus:

In addition to the indisputable fact that Fauci was wrong, what else is indisputable in this discussion is that Janice Dean is a much better, decent, classier person than Soledad O’Brien ever will be, and that goes way beyond anyone’s educational background and chosen profession. Twitter & Soledad O’Brien’s need to be its “woke mistress” has destroyed what little bit of humanity she had left.

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