CNN Ratings PLUMMET Amid Fake News Scandals and Retractions

Imagine standing at the top of a cliff and claiming you are the king of the world. You feel invincible, the wind is in your hair, and no one can touch you…….Until you stumble and fall off said cliff. You are now nosediving into rough waters and you do not have a parachute and it’s all Trump’s fault.

That’s how I imagine CNN’s ratings right now. I would make a meme about it but they would probably figure out my identity and come for an apology. I wonder if it would take their entire investigative team or if they would be smart enough to realize that my name is at the top of the article.

Oh what the heck. Here’s a CNN meme:

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And no, I will not issue an apology.

CNN’s ratings are plummeting and it is GLORIOUS!

BPR reports:

Following multiple blunders, scandals and missteps, the network saw its ratings slip to number 13 in cable television in the last week.

Measuring average audience size for June 26 to July 2, TV Newser posted the rankings Thursday showing CNN’s drop to 13th place while Fox News reigned at number one followed in second place by MSNBC.

The network pulled in only 711,000 viewers on an average day during the period, compared to 1.82 million for Fox News and MSNBC’s 1.34 million. According to analysis by The Daily Caller, CNN has been declining from the sixth to the thirteenth position over the past month, while Fox News has held its number one spot for past five TV Newser rankings. MSNBC has moved between the second and third positions for the same time period.

 

 

CNN was watched by 1.0 percent of all households for the TV Newser’s week ending June 4, while Fox News was viewed by 2.0 percent and MSNBC pulled in 1.3 percent of households. But the most recent week’s numbers showed that CNN’s viewership slipped to just 0.8 percent of households, while Fox News’ viewership increased slightly to 2.1 percent and MSNBC’s to 1.5 percent of households.

I wonder how they like them crackers! Salty and dry!

Hey, I actually like TV Land!

RIP to the Fraud News Network!

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