CNN hit an iceberg and they’re going down faster than the Titanic.
Ratings for the fledgling network continue to drop.
All the way to the bottom.
take our poll – story continues below
CNN, which finished No. 12 across cable in total prime time viewers, posted +13% year-over-year growth in the daypart. That’s more growth than its cable news competition. On the downside, CNN was -7% in total viewers across total day, despite earning a top 10 ranking in that daypart (No. 9).
Thursday cable news hourly ratings shares, 25-54 demo:
— johnny dollar (@johnnydollar01) June 8, 2019
— TV News HQ (@TVNewsHQ) June 8, 2019
How cool is this?! Other networks can’t fix what they won’t acknowledge is broken.
Happy for @FoxNews. They win – we win!
— Lee Coppock (@leecoppock1) June 9, 2019
Upon hearing that CNN lost in the ratings last week to a channel called Investigation Discovery, what is your first reaction?
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) June 9, 2019
Some people feel that Fox News viewers are dummies:
Soooo….the ‘ol Dukes of Hazzard TV watchers and WWF fans aged and found a news channel they could relate too. FOX viewers aren’t after news. The want attractive blonds in short dresses, small words and hateful entertainment. News quality is an afterthought.
— Michael (@michael56519302) June 9, 2019
So “fox entertainment” is more entertaining than other news shows, outrage is more fun than analysis. Says a lot about how opinions are formed in this country
— Pete Smith 🇺🇸 (@lib_repub) June 9, 2019
— Ernesto Nava Jr (@nestonavajr) June 9, 2019
Are these demo splits able to analyze length of viewing? It has long been my belief (need to back up with study) that #FauxNews viewers are basically watching non-stop from 5pm-11pm with little exception. Especially 8-10pm.
— Bro-lo El Cordero (@BrownNote9Hz) June 9, 2019
CNN is not a “liberal” network. Also, Don’s Lemon’s CNN program is not a “liberal” show.
Don, for some odd reason, just said the craziest thing…
— Ken Fisher (@KennethLFisher) June 6, 2019
Check out the hilarious reactions:
— R_E (@R_E72319143) June 6, 2019
— Tim Morris (@lawfin06) June 6, 2019
— Qmprt (@qmprt) June 6, 2019
And I’m the queen of England.
— JJ (@jjbarnhart) June 6, 2019
CNN is no longer taken seriously by…well, anyone in the know.
The far-left, Trump-hating, “fake news” promoting network has done themselves zero favors over the years by shilling for Democrats and smacking down Republicans.
The problem is that Democrat policies are not only ignorant but 100 percent wrong 11 times out of 10 (that’s liberal math, for ya).
Check out their recent “global warming” segment, where CNN brings on a discredited professor to warn that one million animal species will go extinct unless we have “fewer kids.”
From Grabien News:
CNN is advising that unless Americans have “fewer children,” up to a million species could go extinct.
The network’s advice came while reporting on a United Nations report that predicted human activity will spark mass species extinctions within decades.
CNN spoke with controversial Stanford biologist, Paul Ehrlich, who infamously predicted in the 1960s that overpopulation would result in a mass starvation that would claim hundreds of millions of lives by the 1970s.
Ehrlich notes, “For a species that named itself homo sapiens, the wise man, we’re being incredibly stupid. The other organisms on the planet are our life support systems. You don’t have to worry about them if you don’t care about eating, if you don’t care about breathing, if you don’t care about having fresh water and so on. Then you can just forget about it and die.”
CNN: If we don’t start “having fewer children” a million species will die.
Note that the “expert” they interview is Paul Ehlrich, the discredited “Population Bomb” prof who’s been predicting imminent mass starvation since the 1960s. pic.twitter.com/mG2HS7HGwk
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) May 6, 2019