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Thursday, June 22, 2017

CNN, MSNBC boycott Trump. Hilarity ensues

Fox News has struggled since firing Roger Ailes and canning Bill O'Reilly. Can't do worse than those self-inflicted wounds.

CNN and MSNBC said hold my beer.

On Wednesday night, President Trump held a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

CNN and MSNBC boycotted the news.

Only Fox News carried it live.

Guess who viewers watched.

From TV Newser, the results:
8 PM Fox News 3,298,000, CNN 821,000, MSNBC 1,534,000
9 PM Fox News 3,362,000, CNN 963,000, MSNBC 2,337,000
For two hours, it was like the old days, with Fox News gathering as many eyeballs as CNN and MSNBC combined.

Oh, and in the demo -- those 25-54 -- Fox News was No. 1 in both hours.

What have I been saying? From Chick-Fil-A to Ivanka, liberal boycotts backfire.

Conservative boycotts hurt. Ask the Susan Komen breast cancer foundation. Revenues down 40 percent since conservatives discovered six years ago it helped fund Planned Parenthood.

On November 8, 2016, the American people said, "Trump the Establishment!"

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  1. Conservatives give far more to charity than liberals. Conservatives are generous with their own money. Liberals are generous with other people's money. Komen, like many other organizations, can't seem to get it through their heads that virtue signaling is a dumb idea. And Karen Handel og her revenge on Tuesday. GOC

  2. got her revenge. Read before hitting enter.

  3. LOL! The winning continues! :-)

  4. CNN and MSNBC: Must Not Watch TV.

  5. Their loss. If they'd have done their jobs, they would have seen vintage campaign trail Trump and an NCAA tournament atmosphere, which could have helped them better understand the totality of The Train. But no. Knowledge Is Ignorance to them, and Orwell nails it again.

    1. And Ignorance Is Strength...should have said that. My bad.

  6. My surprise is that MSNBC actually draws that many viewers. I didn't think there were that many mentally deficient rat bastard commies in the country.