I don’t know about my reader/s, but I quit watching FNC on a regular basis a while ago.
I quit reading RedState, Weekly Standard, NRO Corner, The Blaze and listening to Glenn Beck, who has totally gone off the rails.
I could listen to The Five every now and then but that’s over.
WTH is wrong with these people since Ailes got booted?
I despise the voice of Shepherd Smith so much that if I turn the tv on to watch Cavuto at 4, I immediately mute it so I don’t have to listen to a single word he says.
I got so tired of Megyn Kelly after her debate performance that one day when I turned it on, she was wearing a leather dress with spaghetti straps, her glossed and lined lips professionally pursed, I decided that I just couldn’t do it anymore.
And for her to suggest sexual harassment by Ailes and that Trump objectifies women after that Vanity Fair photo spread.
I mean, this? Seriously? Ain’t chu afraid of fallin’ off that chair? And I bet you can’t trump around the newsroom in those big chunky shoes, eh?
Please don’t even bring up anybody’s sexuality, Meeeeegun, after this.
And this she considered appropriate for covering the RNC Convention:
And Dana Perino?
I used to really like her because she seemed kind and balanced.
Now her Bush allegiances are so obviously out of the closet.
I can’t watch her anymore; yesterday I read a post that she is furious about the Trump accusers and can’t stand it anymore because Republicans need to start listening to these women, no matter how stupid and obvious they may be.
So it seems somewhat rich that the execrable Rachel Maddow has surpassed Kelly’s show
My guess is it’s not simply a matter of more viewers for MSNBC.
It’s a matter of Fox losing viewers who are completely fed up with the bias of the media.
So just join the rest of the media, Fox.
Don’t hold anything back about who you want to win this election.
It’s pretty obvious Murdoch’s globalist sons are trying to persuade voters.
From DC Whispers:
Once again, Kelly’s numbers decline from the O-Reilly lead-in, and then those numbers go back up for the Sean Hannity show. None of the other cable news networks show this kind audience loss.
Word is, Fox News is bleeding advertising dollars now, with most of that loss focused on Megyn Kelly.
Ha. Ha. Too bad. So sad about those ratings. Nananeebooboo.
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