Rachel Maddow’s Ratings Still Sinking As Sean Hannity And Tucker Carlson Are On The Rise

Rachel Maddow is still paying dearly for pushing the Russia conspiracy for over two years.

It turns out people don’t like being lied to and will change the channel if they believe they were deceived.

The Daily Caller reports:

Maddow’s Ratings Continue To Plummet, As Hannity’s, Carlson’s Rise

It was a difficult month for MSNBC prime-time anchor Rachel Maddow, who saw her ratings decline for another time.

Maddow’s ratings dropped again in a trend that has continued for every month over the course of 2019.

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“The Rachel Maddow Show” averaged 2,450,000 viewers per night in the month of June, down from 2,608,000 in the month of May, according to Nielsen Media Research.

Maddow’s show was the third-highest rated show on cable news behind “Hannity,” which finished first with 3,217,000 average viewers per night, and “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” which finished in second place with an average of 2,841,000 average viewers per night.

Both Hannity and Carlson saw an increase in viewership from the month of May, improving from 3,138,000 average viewers per night, and 2,761,000 viewers per night, respectively.

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Maddow’s ratings have plummeted since the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report earlier this month. Over the past two years, Maddow has dedicated much of her show to speculation that President Donald Trump may have colluded with members of the Russian government.

Rachel’s problem is that she is an activist who believes she is neutral. Even when it comes to the Democrats, you know she has preferences for certain candidates, yet she denies this.

Take a look at this report from FOX News:

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow says her network was ‘studiously neutral’ to all candidates

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow defended her network’s treatment of the 20 presidential candidates they hosted, claiming she and the other debate moderators were “studiously neutral.”

Appearing in the network’s post-debate analysis, Maddow struggled to answer who she thought did well during Thursday’s nights debate since she was a participant as a moderator.

“When we’re setting these things up, I mean obviously we’re studiously neutral between the candidates,” Maddow told her colleague Brian Williams. “We’re trying not to give anybody a particularly hard time or a particularly easy time trying to make sure that everybody gets on stage and that the most important stuff gets litigated.”

She added, “I don’t think anybody on that stage didn’t seem like they should be there. I didn’t think anybody on that stage embarassed themselves.”

Do you think all the candidates would agree that MSNBC was fair?


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