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Sunday, September 16, 2018

SpongeBob SquarePants beats CNN

President Trump has been the best thing to hit cable news since 9/11. Fox News and MSNBC now rank No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, among the 500 cable channels. Covering Trump gets you thetop spot. Covering the anti-Trump stuff gets you No. 2.

And then there is CNN. Sigh. Its ratings are down 41% from last year.

During the day, not only do Fox News and MSNBC beat it, but ESPN and Nickelodeon as well.

More people want to watch SpongeBob SquarePants than Wolf Blitzer.

At night, CNN beats Nickelodeon but HGTV and the USA push CNN to No. 6.

Don't get me wrong. No. 6 is good.

But it could be No. 1 if anyone trusted it.

Breitbart reported, "The ratings slide isn’t the only recent embarrassment for CNN.

"This week, it was announced that reporter Jim Sciutto would begin co-hosting a morning program for the network, despite the fact that Sciutto had recently made serious errors and was a key figure in CNN’s ongoing fake news scandal over their misreporting of a story about Michael Cohen’s knowledge of a Trump Tower meeting with Russians.

"Jeffrey Toobin, an analyst for CNN, also humiliated the network further recently by falsely blaming Antifa violence on black Americans."


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  1. There's probably more accurate factual content on Sponge Bob than on Wolf Blitzer, too.

  2. I hope MSNBC is getting Fox’s message: “We’re Great! You Suck!”

  3. In the ratings horse-race, CNN put a whole five lengths between it and the field.

    CNN came ... after ... the field.

  4. Go to the doctor's office, you get Commie News Net.

    Go to our local sandwich/pizza place, you get SpongeBob.

    They are trying to drive us mad.

  5. We continue to speak of the msm as if it is still mainstream.

    It is not.

    That it still exists is merely a phenomenom of sequence, a place in the the sequence of nows we all experience as time passing.

    Were that long feared and awaited world fucking solar flare to occur, decimating electronics all over the planet, the msm would be flung back into the local printings made by manual labor.

    Absent this event, the internet will eventually be the chosen source of most who seek information on whatever. Thus, the presence of our MAGA President is so very vital to thwart the efforts of the usual control freak grafters to dominate the internet.

    Yep, the true Americans, MAGA in nature, have pulled America back from the brink of the abyss of feckless contol freak chicaneries.

    The next few events in this sequence of nows, which we animated all experience as the passing of time, will tell the tale of whether MAGA prevails in the dominant manner in which our President has given us all the opportunity to assist.

    Until their inevitable relegation to insignificance, the msm will continue as if it is not sliding swiftly into the pit of no one gives a shit.

  6. I don't understand. Isn't MSNBC also anti-Trump?

    - Mark S.

  7. I don't know, if I'm having a bad day I turn on CNN for a few minutes for comedic relief, it never fails to create laughter.
    Someday they may get some talent or skilled individuals on that network and we will all miss the comedy

    1. I think you are correct about the comedic part but isn't it sad that due to the PC culture it is the only comedy left for people to watch?
      CNN may survive as the only Comedy network, wouldn't that be a hoot.


  8. The dark magic of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick has just secured the Patriots their 6th ... was SB VII, when the Miami Dolphins beat the Washington Redskins 14-7. ... Why SpongeBob SquarePants was at the Super Bowl.