Even after the media’s best efforts to tear down Trump, the former President’s absence is proving to be their demise.
The mainstream media’s ratings have plummeted as a result of Trump’s absence, and they’re about as relevant as an old “Three’s Company” rerun at this point.
It really sums up the sad state of affairs over at low-rated CNN, with this single photo taken inside an airport.
On their cruddy merchandise,
A 50% off “fire sale”
Have you ever seen a human wearing CNN clothing, even at half-off, in all your years on this planet?
Times are tough in a post Trump presidency pic.twitter.com/9nWhTQRV05
— Tyler Bowyer (@conservatyler) June 21, 2021
In this post-Trump presidency, that’s gotta be one of the most spot-on pictures of the pathetic media.
Of course, they had a nice surge around the 2020 election, but CNN has dropped so far behind Fox News since then that any hope of catching up while Biden is in office is quickly dwindling.
According to The Wrap,
Overall, Fox News brought in an average of 1.187 million total viewers for the month, with 203,000 of them in the advertiser-coveted age demographic of 25 to 54. CNN had an average of only 610,000 total viewers, but took second place in the key demo with 147,000. MSNBC held down second place in total average viewers with 835,000, but came in last in the demo, averaging 108,000.
Because of its high ratings at the beginning of the year, though, CNN still closed out May as the top-rated cable network in the key demo year-to-date. In total-day ratings since the beginning of the year, CNN has now averaged 279,000 viewers between the ages of 25 and 54, outpacing second-place cable finisher ESPN, which brought in an average of 261,000 and was followed by TNT with an average of 224,000. Fox News is in fourth place in total-day demo viewership for 2021 with 219,000. MSNBC is in tenth place for the year, averaging 180,000 viewers in the age range.
At this moment, CNN’s greatest chance is that Trump reclaims the White House in 2024.
Isn’t it ironic?