Chris Cuomo was spotted storing wreaths in his car's trunk after claiming "woke people" and cancel culture had taken the festive holiday from him.
The journalist previously admitted that while Thanksgiving is his "jam," Dec. 25 is no longer one of his favorites.
During the chat, Cuomo also expressed his feelings about the Thanksgiving celebration. He ranted, "And now you woke folk are trying to kill it for me," insinuating to white European colonists' exploitation of Native Americans in the country.
"Listen, man, you know, don't come up at me with all this pilgrim stuff," he explained. "I'm second-generation in this country, first of all. I don't give a damn about the pilgrims and the indigenous people, the Native Americans, the Indians, wherever, whatever, whatever group of them wants to be called. I don't care about any of that."
Chris continued his statement saying, "I care about the suffrage [suffering]. I care about exploitation. But I don't need that story for Thanksgiving. I don't need it at all."
The CNN reporter has recently been under scrutiny due to his sexual misconduct allegation. He was also accused of assisting his brother, the former governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, in covering up his sexual harassment scandal from the public.
He also bashed New York's government who decided to take down a statue of Thomas Jefferson from the City Council chambers.
"The idea that Thomas Jefferson's got to go, he owned slaves, they all owned slave," he added. "Unless they didn't have the money."
Chris cited that even Abraham Lincoln would not be safe from the cancel culture if he were alive during this time. "So he'd be a dead man walking today," he said.
Chris claimed the "woke activists" should "stop seeing your happiness as a function of taking someone else down."
As Radar previously reported, the journalist was accused of sexual harassment by a former ABC executive producer. His alleged victim, Shelley Ross, claimed Cuomo grabbed her butt at a bar in the Big Apple in front of their work colleagues and her husband in 2005.
Chris, who acknowledged his disgraced behavior towards Ross, later sent her an email to apologize for his action.
He told the New York Times, "As Shelley acknowledges, our interaction was not sexual in nature. It happened 16 years ago in a public setting when she was a top executive at ABC. I apologized to her then, and I meant it."