CNN Ratings Collapse: Now Losing To Nick-At-Nite And Re-Runs Of “Yogi Bear”

CNN Ratings Collapse: Now Losing To Nick-At-Nite And Re-Runs Of “Yogi Bear”

CNN started their war against President Donald Trump when he was a candidate and have been relentless with their negative and often times inflammatory rhetoric on a daily basis.

In light of posting a series of fake news articles (see herehere and here), and the black mail of anonymous Reddit users who had the audacity to poke fun at them and a couple of undercover videos from Project Veritas revealing CNN producers admitting their own news is “mostly bullshit,” it’s no wonder their ratings are suffering.

As The Federalist notes in the table below, for the week of June 26th – July 2nd, CNN’s primetime shows (Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon) managed to draw about 6% fewer viewers than multi-decade old re-runs of “Yogi Bear,” “Full House,” and “Friends” which air in the same time slots on Nick-At-Nite. 


Sometimes it’s difficult to know for sure, but this certainly looks like a bad trend…

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On July 4, CNN published a fake quote from Abraham Lincoln. On Thursday morning, the network falsely claimed German Prime Minister Angela Merkel had chosen the location of the G20 summit to sabotage Trump, according to The Federalist.

At some point, CNN better figure out that the American people are tired of their reporting fake news and their constant barrage of negative reporting against President Trump.

H/T Zero Hedge


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