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Fox News Owns Ratings War as MSNBC Has WORST Month in SIX Years
In a hilariously epic fail for the liberal media, Fox News finished the month of August with 94 of the top 100 cable telecast in total viewers amidst a monumental month of news with Gutfeld! scoring its first ever victories over CBS’s The Late Show while, at the other end of the spectrum, MSNBC scored its lowest total day and primetime in the 25-54 demo since December 2015.…
Gutfeld on the Latest Poll: Media 'Slightly More Popular' Than an STD
At the top of Thursday's top rated Gutfeld! on Fox News, host Greg Gutfeld had a little fun with the latest Gallup poll on confidence in the press. The numbers weren't good.
New Gutfeld Show Crushes It in Ratings While Rebooted CNN Show TANKS
On Sunday’s Reliable Sources, CNN charlatan Brian Stelter and longtime liberal media defender Bill Carter went to bay for the far-left tilt of network comedy shows while attacking right-leaning comedy as one of radicalization and vindictiveness. In reality, the ratings have shown otherwise with FNC’s Gutfeld! fetching monster ratings that rivaled those on the broadcast…
Gutfeld Destroys Divisive, Virtue-Signaling CNN Over COVID Selfies
Kicking off week two of his weekday show on Monday, Fox News Channel host Greg Gutfeld blasted CNN as hellbent on “elevat[ing]...heart rates by making people hate each other” with their latest virtue-signaling charade coming in the form of Brian Stelter attacking Fox hosts for not posting selfies when getting the coronavirus vaccine.
Heads Up! Greg Gutfeld Demolishes Competition in Weeknight Debut
Making his move from to weeknights (after starting on overnights and then having a weekend evening slot), Fox News Channel host Greg Gutfeld kicked off his new eponymous show on Monday with a barnburner of a monologue lampooning his competition on CNN, MSNBC, and the late-night comedy shows and denouncing the left for thriving on “making people hate each other.”
Moving on Up: FNC Moves Gutfeld’s Show to Weekdays, Bream to Midnight
As part of a continued shuffling of its show line-up, the Fox News Channel announced on Wednesday that The Greg Gutfeld Show would move from a Saturday night show to weekday evenings at 11:00 p.m. Eastern and shift the Shannon Bream-led Fox News @ Night to midnight Eastern. And on perhaps an equally-important note, a Fox press release made clear that Gutfeld would remain…
Greg Gutfeld 'Media is a Ball and Chain on American People'
The media are often referred to as the symbolic fourth branch of government, however, that does not guarantee it is committed to delivering the truth and the facts to the American people. Essentially, in what will be an obvious observation to most, the media has become an extension of the Democratic Party, filled with liberal pundits and talking heads rather than neutral journalists and…
Gutfeld Rips NYT for Trying to Make an Old Trump Story a New Scandal
After The New York Times published their story last week about President Trump losing $1 billion in the 80s and 90s, did you feel like you already knew about that? So did everyone else, because Trump’s financial problems during that time were well documented. So, during his late Saturday night show, Fox News Channel host Greg Gutfeld ripped into the Times for trying to drop “a bombshell…
Gutfeld WRECKS Media ‘Jack***es’ ‘Crushed’ by Mueller Conclusion
Doing the comedy that NBC’s Saturday Night Live largely retired from doing at least a decade ago, Fox News Channel’s Greg Gutfeld offered a tour de force to open his Saturday eponymous show in the form of a monologue against the liberal media “jackasses” “crushed” by the Mueller report’s conclusion that there was no Trump-Russia collusion.
‘Gutfeld Show’ Stages Spot-On Faux ‘Blame, Insinuate, Accuse Seminar’
With the Jussie Smollett story having disintegrated into tiny pieces, Saturday’s Greg Gutfeld Show had plenty of material and the eponymous host put it to good use, dubbing Smollett, Sandmann, and former CBS correspondent Lara Logan “the three horsemen of the media apocalypse” while having Kat Timpf stage a faux seminar on how journalists make headlines biased.
On His New Show, FNC’s Gutfeld Zings Jon Stewart: ‘Edgy’ is Not Risky
The second edition of FNC’s new show starring funny man Greg Gutfeld will run Sunday night, reminding me he ended his inaugural show last Sunday by taking on the “vacuous” who “pawn stupid stuff as cool” and create the “snickering dismissal of an intellectual class trained by the Comedy Central applause sign.”