Wow, Fox News just took another blow


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It’s been fun these last few weeks watching the propaganda network (otherwise known as Fox News) fall apart in real-time. And fall apart they have. First, there was the Dominion lawsuit in which Fox was forced to hand over a heck of a lot of money. Then of course, there was the firing of Tucker Carlson. And now it’s their ratings.

Fox’s ratings are horrible. It would appear that with the firing of Tucker, they lost a big chunk of their Maga base. When Brian Kilmeade took over for Tucker on the first night, he got 1.33 million viewers. Sound like a lot? Well — it is significantly down from what they usually net. Last Wednesday, they garnered a whopping 3.05 million viewers in the same time slot.

In fact, in a stunning twist, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes came in at number one for the time slot, leaving Fox in the dust. Now, of course, this could be temporary. After all, Fox has a following. And many of these viewers might come back after they get over their rage at Tucker’s firing.

Only — what if they don’t? It isn’t a given that they will. After all, many a Maga are vowing NEVER to tune in again. So right now, we just don’t know if Fox can recapture the magic. (magic said with extreme sarcasm.)

Fox was asked about all this and responded by saying they’ve been America’s most-watched cable network for over 20 years. Well — not anymore. On a brighter note, for Fox, they did manage to beat CNN, but that’s not really that hard to do these days. And Fox has plenty more to worry about as several other lawsuits are looming for the fake news station. The future looks bleak for Fox. This is the worst shape they’ve probably ever been in, and it couldn’t happen to a more evil network.

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