Conservatives are experiencing a resurgence in popularity while Democrats sabotage the nation’s economy with the Green New Deal.
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Everything has genuinely deteriorated under Joe Biden, which may explain why his administration distributes crack pipes. They want everyone to be so high on drugs that they cannot perceive how miserable life is under Democratic socialism.
However, not everyone is on drugs, and they are aware that their lives are deteriorating as the costs of food, petrol, and everything else continue to soar.
As a result, individuals are seeking information from conservative news outlets. Fox News is the most prominent conservative news source, so it is reasonable that people resort to it.
“The Five” is an excellent Fox program since it is conservative and its hosts (particularly Greg Gutfeld) are humorous. It is the highest-rated program on the network because it blends comedy with educated discussion of the topics (despite Geraldo being in on the mix occasionally).
On Monday, the 5 p.m. program significantly outperformed its rivals, attracting 3.53 million people.
“Tucker Carlson Tonight,” also on Fox News, was the second highest-rated cable news program, with 3.11 million total viewers.
In April, Carlson’s news program received the highest ratings among those aged 25–54, ranking second overall behind The Five.
People are becoming aware of extremist-run networks such as CNN and MSNBC and are opting to turn them off in favor of those that provide common sense in light of the dreadful circumstances in which we live.
As the economy continues to deteriorate under the leadership of Biden and his ilk, the popularity of conservative television programs that focus on financial problems continues to rise.
Consequently, Maria Bartiromo of Fox News was ecstatic about the second-quarter ratings of this year.
According to the Conservative Brief, over 1.7 million people and 245,000 in the coveted 25-54 market tuned in to Bartiromo’s “Sunday Morning Futures” on Sundays.
“On Sundays, FNC’s Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo earned the top-rated spot in both viewers and the coveted 25-54 category during the second quarter, with over 1.7 million viewers and 245,000 in the demo,” the report stated.
According to a Nielsen Ratings chart, her Fox News program has continued to perform well for almost three years.
As reported by The Wrap last year, Bartiromo has become a ratings hit with “Sunday Morning Futures.”
For all of 2019, “Sunday Morning Futures” averaged 261,000 viewers in that demographic, just ahead of Fox News’ “Watters’ World,” which averaged 259,000. The show has also been the top show in all of cable Sunday at 10 a.m. ET for three consecutive years in total viewers. In 2019, it averaged 1.478 million viewers in the time slot — dwarfing rivals like MSNBC’s “AM Joy” (840,000 total viewers, 135,000 in the demo) and CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS” (777,000 total viewers, 166,000 in the demo).
“The audience trusts the credibility of the program,” Bartiromo told the outlet.
“When I first came here, my vision was to do a show that was sort of the meeting place of policy, politics, and business and to bring those subjects together to try and look at the political economy, try to look at policy impact on the economy,” she continued.
“My first priority is my audience,” Bartiromo added. “What does my audience want to hear? What is going to be helpful to the audience?”
Of course, Fox’s biggest “news” competitor is CNN. That network has had some major changes over the past year and has even come under the umbrella of new owners. They are trying to right their ship after years of Trump Russia-collusion BS.
Early in May, Chris Licht was named the president of CNN. Licht has hinted that he would move CNN away from opinion-led shows that have dominated the network in recent years.
In a memo on his first day, Licht said that the emphasis should be on ‘straightforward facts’ and ‘insightful commentary’.
In an email to staff, the former CBS executive also warned that ‘too many people have lost trust in the news media’.
It’s being reported that Licht has told staff that he wants “The Big Lie” to stop being used to describe Trump’s claims of fraud in the 2020 election.
In April, AT&T’s WarnerMedia and Discovery merged together, forming Warner Bros Discovery Inc.
WarnerMedia owned CNN. But now Discovery execs and shareholders have a say in how the outlet is run.
Liberty Media, Discovery’s largest shareholder, is headed by John Malone, a billionaire Trump donor. He retains a 25 percent voting interest in Discovery.
That means Malone has a big say in what goes on over at CNN.
People inside CNN are certainly not happy about Malone’s influence.
A Mediaite report on Licht’s desire to stop using the phrase “the big lie” gives some insight:
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“It’s worrisome that we’re being told how to talk about one of the worst things that ever happened to American democracy,” a CNN insider told Mediaite. “We have to call lies, lies, whether they’re small lies or big lies. Is there any lie bigger than that lie?”
They speculated that the directive could be coming from Warner Bros. Discovery board member John Malone, who has criticized CNN’s approach to news under former boss Zucker.
“It seems to indicate where things are headed,” they added. “We didn’t have this problem until John Malone was sitting on the board of this company.”
Smart rich people know that things are changing in America and that people want straightforward news, not the crap coming from the left.