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Trump approval rating is now at 45%, matching Obama's at one year in...

Meantime, the Lie stream Media pumps out more and more anti-Trump fake news

STUDY: MAIN MEDIA COVERAGE JUST 5% POSITIVE FOR TRUMP...
The public seems to not be buying it

Pew: Trump media three times more negative than for Obama, just 5 percent positive

The media’s coverage of President Trump has been overwhelmingly negative, more than three times more critical than the initial coverage of former President Barack Obama and twice that of former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

The Pew Research Center said that the early coverage of Trump was 62 percent negative. By comparison, Obama’s coverage was just 20 percent negative.

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The media story reviewed the tone of coverage of Trump’s first 60 days in office and found that just 5 percent was “positive.”

By comparison, Obama’s coverage was 42 percent positive.

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If Trump's approval rating keeps climbing, he may soon take efforts to throttle lies in the press, which may then increase his popularity because the leftwing press is more and more hated

Donovan - Season of the Witch

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Feds: Man threatened to kill CNN employees

Posted: Jan 23, 2018 6:59 AM CST Updated: Jan 24, 2018 4:57 AM CST

 
Comment:
Not appropriate to threaten violence at CNN - however many Lies they tell.
Neither is it appropriate to threaten our President. Where are the arrests of those who threatened Trump?. Or is that okay somehow?
Not appropriate to make negative remarks about blacks in phone calls.
Will we also hear about those who make bigoted comments about whites, calling them "white supremacists."?

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CABLE NEWS RACE / MONDAY, JAN. 22, 2018
FOX UBER ALLES !
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FOXNEWS HANNITY   3,795,000
FOXNEWS CARLSON   3,562,000
FOXNEWS INGRAHAM  2,970,000
MSNBC MADDOW      2,923,000
FOXNEWS BAIER     2,905,000
FOXNEWS MACCALLUM 2,869,000
FOXNEWS THE FIVE  2,779,000
MSNBC O'DONNELL   2,206,000
MSNBC HAYES       1,855,000
CNN COOPER        1,149,000

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Ratios:

H/M (Hannity/Maddow): 130%, + 30%

C/C (Carlson/Cooper): 310%, +210%

 

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CNN get's it wrong again - cannot cram a tame Youtuber into its format

CNN's $25 million bet on a YouTube star has failed

casey neistat Casey Neistat with Chrissy Teigen. Getty/Bennett Raglin

  • The YouTube star Casey Neistat is leaving CNN a little over a year after the company bought his app, Beme, for about $25 million.
  • Neistat was supposed to develop a new millennial-focused outlet for CNN through the Beme app.
  • CNN said that it would try to find new jobs for Beme employees within the company but that some would be laid off.


CNN is losing the YouTube star Casey Neistat and shutting down Beme, his app that the news network acquired for about $25 million in 2016, BuzzFeed News reported Thursday.

Neistat was brought to CNN to turn Beme into a new outlet for digital storytelling. CNN had hoped to leverage Neistat's popularity on YouTube to reach a new generation of viewers. But Neistat told BuzzFeed he didn't think CNN was a good fit.

He also addressed his departure from CNN in a YouTube video on Thursday.

> http://www.businessinsider.com/casey-neistat-leaves-cnn-beme-shuts-down-2018-1

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The loquacious & confusing Maddcow is going down (in ratings) as a new gun-loving woman rises

Media Matters boycott attempt backfires. Huge ratings victory for Laura Ingraham

By Martin Walsh May 16th, 2018

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Rachel has lost her grip on the #1 Rating in her time slot

Fox News host Laura Ingraham had a monster ratings performance last week, where she dominated MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow all five nights in a row.

According to Contemptor, Ingraham’s 10 p.m. show, “The Ingraham Angle” outperformed MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” in the 9 p.m. time slot. Ingraham also had better ratings in the key 24-54 demographic for the entire week over Maddow.

Last week, Ingraham had 2.77 million total viewers and 556,000 in the key demographic. Meanwhile, Maddow — who is being portrayed as the far-left’s crusader to dethrone Sean Hannity, Ingraham, and Tucker Carlson as the top hosts — averaged 2.54 million total viewers and 506,000 in the demo.

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Good bye Rake-Hell

(That must be how they found her, Raking the sands of Hell)

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Maddow's Ratings Plummet — Has Worst Weekly Ratings Of 2019

MSNBC primetime host Rachel Maddow brought in her worst weekly ratings of the year last week.

Her show last week averaged 2,324,000 viewers, with an average audience of 337,000 in the 25-54 age demographic, both of which mark yearly lows for the liberal television host, according to Nielsen Media Research.

Maddow first saw a dramatic drop in ratings following the conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. Her previous low for a week in 2019 was the last week in March, the first full week after Mueller submitted his conclusion to Attorney General William Barr, where she averaged 2,458,000 viewers with 392,000 in the demo.

She spent two years dissecting every aspect of the special counsel’s investigation into whether President Donald Trump conspired with the Russians to win the 2016 presidential election. The night Mueller submitted his findings to Barr, Maddow appeared to hold back tears over the fact that neither the president nor any family members were indicted.

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NBC Faces Flak For Naming Maddow A Moderator For Presidential Debate

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MSNBC prime time anchor Rachel Maddow was named Tuesday as one of the five moderators for the first presidential debate, and it’s caused some commotion on the right.

Co-anchor of “TODAY” Savannah Guthrie, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt, moderator of “Meet the Press” and NBC News political director Chuck Todd and “Noticias Telemundo” anchor José Diaz-Balart will moderate with Maddow on June 26 and 27.

Jeff McCall, a media studies professor at DePauw University, told The Daily Caller:

I think the voting public would be better served if hosts of opinion shows were kept out of moderating campaign debates. That’s not to say that an opinion host such as Maddow couldn’t generate helpful questions, but the appearance is that an advocate is helping to referee the contest. Certainly, reporters also have their own values and perspectives, but the public normally expects reporters to come at any news event with some degree of objectivity. That is not the case for an opinion show host such as Maddow. NBC is, of course, trying to give their highest rated MSNBC host a promotional platform on this debate stage. I understand that, but it is unnecessary. Maddow already has a high profile among Democrat voters.

He also noted that Maddow’s selection is not unprecedented. During the GOP primary debates in 2015 and 2016, they had multiple “opinion-based panelists” including Hugh Hewitt and Mary Katherine Ham, adding that, “Their roles were rather limited, but they did participate on the panel. That was not a good idea either.”

As of Tuesday, 14 presidential candidates have reached both of the two thresholds, essentially guaranteeing each of them a spot soon the debate stage. Six other candidates have reached the polling requirement but not the donations. (RELATED: 2020 Democrats Private Woo Wall Street While Publicly Snubbing Corporate Cash)

If nothing changes between Tuesday and the Wednesday deadline, those twenty candidates will get a spot in the debate, but they’ll be randomly selected to appear on either night. Should any other candidate reach a marker before then, it would force a tiebreaker to settle the remaining slots left after accounting for the candidates who hit both markers via polling average.

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