We know that CNN is a dumpster fire that’s more concerned about Stormy Daniels than the booming economy. We know that MSNBC anchors are nothing but liars and shills for the Democratic Party. We know that Fox News has been the most trusted name in news for decades.
We know all that.
However, something happened over the last few days that you might not know.
Hannity just managed to beat CNN and MSNBC. Combined. All by himself.
Check this out…
From The Daily Caller:
Fox News host Sean Hannity beat his primetime competitors in combined views during coverage of President Trump’s summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore Tuesday.
“Hannity” averaged 4.1 million views with his interview of the president after meeting with Kim. He garnered more views than both CNN and MSNBC combined. CNN netted an average of one million views with “Cuomo Primetime” and MSNBC had an average of 2.5 million views with “The Rachel Maddow Show,” according to Nielsen Media Research.
“Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “The Ingraham Angle” also got the best of their CNN and MSNBC competitors on Tuesday. In daytime coverage, Fox News garnered more than 1.8 million views, while CNN had 716,000 views and MSNBC received just over one million views.
How embarrassed do you have to be right now if you work over at CNN or MSNBC?
This is just pathetic.
It can’t be emphasized enough how bad CNN’s ratings are.
With the first quarter of 2018 behind us, the ratings show that CNN is already having a humiliating year. Not a single CNN program cracked the top 20 in cable news, and only two CNN programs managed to squeak out a million average total viewers.
For the first quarter of 2018, the highest rated show on the far-left cable channel is Anderson Cooper 360, which came in at a pretty sad #24 and averaged only 1.132 million total viewers.
After that, Erin Burnett rolls into #25 with just 1 million average viewers.
Anti-Trump activist Jake Tapper only managed to attract a sorry 945,000 average viewers while skidding into a humiliating 33rd place. Tapper was walloped by his timeslot competitors. At Fox News, Neil Cavuto came in at #18, with nearly 1.5 million viewers. MSNBC’s Deadline: White House came in at #23 with 1.3 million viewers.
Coming in at #42, the lowest rated show in all of cable news (that airs after 5 a.m.) is Chris Cuomo’s New Day, which has only managed to attract a paltry 609,000 viewers. Nevertheless, as if to prove CNN chief Jeff Zucker likes to double down on failure, Cuomo has just been promoted to a primetime slot.