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Chris Cuomo: the man who mistook his wife for Donald Trump

April 27, 2020
Cristina Cuomo

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CNN news analyst Chris Cuomo:

The study was about surfaces and what kind of light or other type of treatments and different media you could use to affect viruses on surfaces, not in the human body.” – CNN’s @ChrisCuomo on President Trump suggesting injections of UV lights or disinfectants to kill Covid-19

CNN news-analyst wife Cristina Cuomo:

At the direction of my doctor, Dr. Linda Lancaster, who reminded me that this is an oxygen-depleting virus, she suggested I take a bath to combat the radiation and pollutants in the system and oxygenate it….

Besides having read Dr. Lancaster’s Harmonic Healing book and the chapter on heavy metals, and her article on the Elimination of Metals, I needed to dig deeper into sodium chloride, sodium hypochlorite. I found a few articles stating it is used in both the medical and the alternative medicine worlds. This one from NY Times best-selling author Ann Louise Gittleman PhD, CNS in Bathe Away Toxins states, “This (1/2 cup) amount of bleach in this volume of water will not harm your skin,”…

CNN news analyst Chris Cuomo:

Instead of selling us on a well-thought-out plan to reopen so we can get on the page, what are federal officials doing today? Warning us not to poison ourselves with household cleaners. Why? Because of what Trump said and meant.

CNN news-analyst wife Cristina Cuomo:

I opted to try it once. I added her recommended small amount—1/4 to ½ cup ONLY—of Clorox to a full bath of warm water (80 gallons). “We are all exposed to radiation (phone/Wi-Fi) and that agitates our cells,” says Lancaster, who also recommended a sea salt (1 pound) and baking soda (1 full box) bath to help with this too. “We have never recommended the baths as any type of cure. We utilize this bath to aid the body in the detox process of chemicals and environmental pollutants,” says Lancaster.

CNN news analyst Chris Cuomo:

And the idea of household disinfectants inside the body, I mean, we can’t say enough, nobody was briefed on that. There is no science behind that. The only question is where the president got this or what did he misinterpret.

CNN news-analyst wife Cristina Cuomo

Then, an energy specialist, Randy Oppitz, who I had met through two friends who worked with him for their treatment of cancer, suggested I borrow a “Body Charger” from a friend. The Body Charger sends electrical frequencies through the body to oxygenate blood and stimulate the healthy production of blood cells to fortify my immune system. It also rebalanced my energy, which was gravely off from the stress of caregiving, catching the virus, figuring out what works for me, and the anxiety of my kids getting it. “The key to healing the human body is directly related to the body’s ability to allow energy to flow through it. I discovered in my 40-year career as a personal energy specialist that every person I ever worked with has blocked energies. The Body Charger is a device that transfers energy, breaks up, and pulls out the low frequency while replacing with a higher rate,” says Oppitz, who works with cancer patients and people suffering from chronic disease.

CNN news analyst Chris Cuomo:

Take two shots of Windex, swallow this light bulb, and call me in the morning.

CNN news-analyst wife Cristina Cuomo:

I also used a PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic field) portable machine, which optimizes the ability of cells to start healing. It uses low-energy fields to stimulate the self-healing mechanisms of the cells after a physical injury or a viral attack on the body’s tissues or bones. “For COVID-19, it increases the speed with which your lungs and whole body can recover,” says Tapp Francke, the founder and holistic nutritionist at StandWellness in Water Mill, an integrative wellness center that practices functional medicine.

CNN news analyst Chris Cuomo:

Trump floated it seriously, not sarcastically, and now he’s trying to spin it. It’s the same thing every time. Double down on dumb.

CNN news-analyst wife Cristina Cuomo:

I made Dr. Lancaster’s “liver-cleansing” beverage with ingredients that offer support: one raw garlic clove, one orange, one lemon, a tablespoon of cayenne pepper, a spoonful of olive oil, a crunch of ginger and a piece of turmeric. On the days I was also in isolation, I made a big batch in advance and kept it in the fridge.

I am delighted, of course, that both Cuomos seem to have safely recovered from their bouts with coronavirus. I am sure that Chris Cuomo’s Easter Sunday outdoor exercise and friendly dialogue with a passing cyclist over the pluses and minuses of self-quarantining sped up his recovery substantially–so that he could make his “official re-entry” into the public eye by having himself videoed emerging at last from his basement. Cristina Cuomo reports that the couple’s 14-year-old son, Mario, has also been stricken with the virus, and my very best wishes go to him.

Posted by Charlotte Allen

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