George Stephanopoulos has joined Chris Cuomo as the newest mainstream media news coronavirus hypocrite.
The 59-year-old ABC anchor and “Good Morning America” host has been broadcasting from home, after last week revealing that he tested positive on April 11th for the Coronavirus.
Stephanopoulos’ announcement, comes on the heels of his wife. Ali Wentworth, celebrating her recovery from the deadly virus after completing 16-days of self-quarantine.
But unlike his wife Ali, who appeared on GMA after her quarantine release, described her battle with COVID-19 as “pure misery.” Stephanopoulos told his co-workers that he has been “basically asymptomatic.”
Stephanopoulos said: “I’ve never had a fever, never had chills, never had a headache, never had a cough, never had shortness of breath.”
But despite his lecturing America about social distancing, and wearing masks, Stephanopoulos had already proven to be a Coronavirus hypocrite.
George Stephanopoulos Coronavirus Hypocrite
Stephanopoulos, as Cuomo typically does, lectures America about the evilness of President Donald Trump. Typically attacking OUR President’s ego and his supposed ‘I play by my rules’ attitude.
Before even becoming infected himself, George Stephanopoulos had already being accused of not following social distancing guidelines, while his wife was in self-quarantine battling the deadly virus.
According to one Hampton neighbor, Carrie Doyle. The GMA host was spotted visiting a local drugstore and then walking his dog on a private golf course.
Doyle wrote in a since-deleted Facebook message:
“If you know someone’s wife has corona and the wife has been very very sick with it, do you think that the husband should be out at pharmacies picking up prescriptions when the pharmacy delivers and does curbside pickup?”
On April 10th, despite his wife testing positive, Stephanopoulos defended his going out to the New York Times:
“I was staying home, I was self-monitoring, I never had a temperature, and I never had any of the classic symptoms, I was wearing a mask and gloves in White’s.”
The next day, April 11, Stephanopoulos tested positive for coronavirus at an urgent care facility in Bridgehampton, and shockingly, NOT shockingly, was then was seen walking on a golf course near his home without a mask.
According to the town of East Hampton website, a mandate for people to wear masks in public was already in place even before Governor Andrew Cuomo’s executive order saying everyone must wear a face-covering went into effect on April 17.
On Monday the New York Post’s Page Six spotted the pale-looking ABC Newsman taking a stroll in East Hampton, engrossed in a long conversation on his mobile phone with his mask hanging around his neck.
Page Six reported that Stephanopoulos was seen leaving his Hampton’s home in a pair of shorts and walking for about a mile along East Hampton lanes, with his mask down the entire time.
One outraged Hampton resident who witnessed Stephanopoulos strolling merrily about town told the New York Post:
“For somebody who reports on the pandemic every day, and is broadcasting guidelines about safe social distancing, George didn’t really seem to care.
He was on his own, walking through the lanes and past East Hampton Guild Hall, on his cellphone the whole time, yakking with his mask around his neck.
He tested positive, his wife tested positive, why can’t he follow the local mandates to wear a mask in public, why can’t he just stay home?”
A spokesperson for Stephanopoulos and “GMA” didn’t get back to TuskerDaily
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