Fox News Star Responds to Chris Cuomo’s Secret Plot to Destroy Her

Fox News Star Responds to Chris Cuomo’s Secret Plot to Destroy Her

co-host and meteorologist has filed an official inquiry with the State of New York to confirm that former CNN anchor conspired with his older brother’s top aide to destroy her.

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Chris Cuomo allegedly plotted with then-New York Gov. ’s office against Dean after she blamed the governor’s reckless nursing home policy for her in-laws’ deaths.

In response, Chris Cuomo referred to Dean as the “Fox weather b***h.”

The Daily Wire explains:

Sources told the New York Post late Friday that then-CNN host Chris Cuomo sent a text message to his brother’s secretary, Melissa DeRosa, saying that he wanted to go after “this Fox weather b***h……Any help painting her as a far right crazy?”

He Told Me “Watch Your Back.”

Dean told “Fox and Friends” host Brian Kilmeade on Monday morning that she was “not surprised at all, because early on I heard from a good source, who knows the family very well, to watch my back. This was before any of the real press coverage, the hundreds of op-eds I wrote, all of the appearances that I did on Fox News. He told me ‘watch your back.’”


Dean said ad hominem attacks and smear campaigns are the Cuomo family’s modus operandi. “This is how these guys react,” Dean said. “They don’t try to solve anything: They just attack the person that’s coming after them.”

“I Want to Know if There Was a Smear Campaign Against Me.”

Dean announced she is filing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests “to find out if my name or my family’s name is in any of those official documents, because I want to know if there was a smear campaign against me.”

Janice Dean’s parents died of in elder care facilities early in the pandemic. Cuomo’s “New York Tough” COVID policies meant that their family couldn’t see them before they died. Neither received last rites or had a funeral.

Exposing a Man-Made Disaster

At first, Dean didn’t blame anyone for her family’s tragedy. Then she found out about Andrew Cuomo’s March 25, 2020 order forbidding nursing homes from denying residents admission or readmission “based on a confirmed or suspected diagnosis of COVID-19.”

After learning this, Dean began speaking out against Cuomo’s handling of the pandemic, which had received rave reviews until then.

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The governor’s order remained in effect for 46 days. During that time, the state forced an estimated 6,000 people with COVID-19 into assisted living facilities.

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