CNN has had one hell of a month, and by that we don’t mean anything good.
In fact, the network has been embroiled in numerous controversies all surrounding their blind hatred of all things President Trump. First, they fired two contributors for threatening violence against him, then they were outed for publishing very fake news, but their woes didn’t end there.
James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas captured other CNN employees admitting the Russia story is a hoax, which was before CNN blackmailed a private citizen into apologizing for a satirical video involving the network. If that wasn’t bad enough, CNN anchor Bob Acosta was caught yet again whining that the President refused to call on them during an overseas trip, using the occasion to claim that President Trump is trying to undermine the free press – a stretch if there ever was one.
Suffice it to say, their all-out war with the President isn’t going to well for them. In fact, it couldn’t be going worse after learning that their ratings have plummeted so far down that reruns of the Home Shopping Network are getting more viewers than they are.,
From the Daily Caller:
Fox News and MSNBC are listed as first and second, respectively, in the cable rankings, which measured average audience sizes for the period between June 26 and July 2. Fox News drew an audience of around 1.82 million while MSNBC drew an audience of 1.34 million. CNN had only 711,000 viewers on an average day during the measurement period.
That’s not all. The Caller went on to explain that CNN is losing in every important category, and it’s even getting its ass kicked by the far-left moonbats on PMSNBC, which is really, really hard to do.
Fox News has maintained the top spot over the past five TV Newser rankings analyzed by The Daily Caller. MSNBC has bounced between the second and third position while CNN has steadily fallen from sixth to thirteenth over the past month.
The network has slipped in another important category.
For the week ended June 4, CNN was viewed by 1.0 percent of all households, on average. Fox News was watched by 2.0 percent while 1.3 percent of households watched MSNBC. But for the most recent week, CNN was watched by just 0.8 percent of households. Fox News and MSNBC were viewed by 2.1 percent and 1.5 percent of households, respectively.
Ouch. You know it’s bad when the network that has Rachel Maddow on it is beating the hell out of you in ratings.
But hey, keep it up, CNN! You’ll be in the ash heap of history in no time!