Fox News CRUSHES Liberal Hacks at MSNBC, CNN in Ratings
July was another hot time for the Fox News Channel, which won its 49th month in a row in both total day and primetime viewers -- achieving its highest-rated July ever. In addition, the numbers marked the seventh consecutive month this year that the FNC finished on top of cable across primetime total viewers, along with a 19 percent increase in total day and a 32 percent jump in primetime year-…
Pathetic! NYT's SILLY Double Standards on Boycotts: Goya vs. Keurig
Double standards by the New York Times on product boycotts: The silly anti-Trump boycott of Goya Foods was covered with humorless seriousness, while a 2017 Sean Hannity-inspired boycott of Keurig coffeemakers was mocked as possibly showing “support for child molesters.” The paper sympathized with liberals pitching childish social media fits over the audacity of the Latino president of…
Tucker Carlson's Ratings So Hot It Spurs Tucker-for-President Chatter
The ratings race among all three cable news channels heated up during the second quarter of 2020, but he talk about Tucker Carlson's number-one ratings is so giddy it's spurring Tucker Carlson for President chatter for 2024....as if we elect TV hosts as a matter of course. He drew a record 4.33 million viewers in the second quarter.
McCain Blasts Media, Co-hosts for Blaming Fox News for Virus
Wednesday, The View co-host Sunny Hostin blamed Fox News and conservative media misinformation for the recent spikes in COVID cases across the country. As Joy Behar also blamed all Republicans for misinformation on the virus, Meghan McCain tore into her co-hosts’ arguments, the media, and public health officials for giving protesters a pass while blaming Republicans and conservative…
MSNBC Hosts Fret Over Trump Vowing to Punish Rioter 'Terrorists'
In the aftermath of President Donald Trump declaring Thursday night on Fox News Channel that he would take action against rioters who are tearing down statues, MSNBC anchors Brian Williams and Chris Jansing both fretted over his words, and did not clarify that his comments were aimed at violent protesters.