WOW! CNN Continues SLIDE INTO OBSCURITY, O’Reilly Dominates Cable News

CNN continues its slide into obscurity.

Having gone all-in for Hillary Clinton, CNN is continuing to suffer from the public’s rejection.

Fox News has taken advantage. Look at the numbers for Thursday, November 10. O’Reilly nearly doubled everyone else combined!

CNN was 7th in prime time viewers!

Here are the numbers, via TV Newser:

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The week before the election was Fox News’ 12th straight week ahead of CNN. TV Newser reported: 

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“For the 12th straight week, Fox News was the No. 1 cable network in total day viewers, per Nielsen data. FNC has been now been No. 1 in total day for 18 of the past 19 weeks. Fox News also finished the week No. 1 in total prime time viewers, and has been either the most-watched or the second-most-watched cable network in prime time for the last 23 weeks.

Special Report with Bret Baier delivered its most-watched week of the year in both total viewers and the 25-54 demo. Hannity delivered its most-watched week ever since its move to the 10 p.m. ET slot, and its top week in the news demo this year.

MSNBC ranked No. 4 in total prime time viewers, and No. 6 in total day viewers. CNN ranked No. 7 in total prime time viewers, and No. 5 in total day viewers.”

Is CNN learning from this? Are they adjusting to the American public? Are they giving Americans the straight news without Liberal bias?

Nope. They’re continuing to attack Trump.

Here’s Jake Tapper today. He says Americans are “terrified” of Trump:

And that’s how CNN continues its slide into obscurity . . . 

One American responded to CNN this way at a Trump rally:


Boom!

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