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“First they came for the Communists

And I did not speak out

Because I was not a Communist.

“Then they came for the Socialists

And I did not speak out

Because I was not a Socialist.

“Then they came for the trade unionists

And I did not speak out

Because I was not a trade unionist.

“Then they came for the Jews

And I did not speak out

Because I was not a Jew.

“Then they came for me

And there was no one left

To speak out for me.”

Cancel-culture comes for everyone eventually, regardless of political affiliation or the heart of intent behind the very words that leave the movement’s targets so vulnerable. CNN host Chris Cuomo just learned that the hard way.

Cuomo, the 50-year-old brother of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, is under fire for joking with fellow CNN host Don Lemon that he is “Black on the inside.”

What prompted the comment? “Good Times,” the 1970’s sitcom series that made Jimmie Walker a star for his trademark catchphrase, “Dy-no-mite!”

Cuomo decided to do the official “hand over” segment of his show to Lemon by singing the theme to 1970s’ TV show.

Lemon responded by asking his fellow host how he knew the words to the series.

“You know I’m Black on the inside,” Cuomo replied.

Needless to say, the clip caught the attention of the Twitterverse.

“It’s f–ing offensive,” tweeted Sister2Sister magazine managing editor Aisha Staggers, who said that “Black is not a costume.”

Another ripped the TV host as a “spoilt, entitled guy raised in money and privilege, who is only on tv because of his surname.”

Here’s the clip:

Hey, at least he’s not doing prop comedy again.

And to be fair, it’s not like Chris Cuomo hasn’t stuck his foot in his mouth on multiple occasions – like the time he was forced to apologize to the LGBTQ community for making a joke about gender pronouns.

Here’s THAT clip:

Good stuff, Fredo. Mocking the LGBTQ community at THEIR event is always a laugh riot.

What did Mock & Rob have to say about Fredo? Click below to listen.