Let’s be honest here, all legacy media is dying, but there is a special place for these leftist networks.
The level of deceit on their part has been staggering. At first, only you and I noticed these things, but now I feel like much of America has opened their eyes to the evil of these leftists.
I can’t state this enough, but over the last 5 years these liberals have been wrong about every single major issue. Every. Single. One.
Rachel Maddow, arguably MSNBC’s flagship anchor, is limiting her role at MSNBC, and this comes at a time when the network is already facing incredibly low ratings.
Here’s what people are saying:
MSNBC’s Joy Reid shows complete lack of economic understanding. First, blames inflation on Russia not on Biden spending. Second, wants him to “spend more” to get us out of inflation. Ludicrous and absurd comments contribute to her image as a fool and her falling ratings.
— Paddywagoneer (@AGoodJake4sure) April 12, 2022
So you mean, lies, spreading disinformation, protecting the @DNC and being the Herman Goebbels of The Party wasn't good??
— Space Woman Spiff 👩🏻🚀 🇮🇱 (@BellaPelosi) April 14, 2022
According to Fox News:
During the first quarter of 2022, MSNBC hemorrhaged an alarming portion of its audience compared to the first quarter of last year, despite Russia’s invasion of Ukraine creating a historic news cycle. MSNBC averaged 712,000 viewers, shedding 48% of its audience compared to last year.
MSNBC also lost 60% of its audience among the key news demographic of adults age 25-54, averaging only 87,000 compared to 217,000 last year.
FLASHBACK: Psaki said "cable news is dying" months before considering move to MSNBChttps://t.co/T01iCgKaev
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) April 2, 2022
Clicked on an MSNBC article:
“The secret ingredient that makes countries better at fighting Covid”
and I’m dying
— No Soup 4 Knowles (@nosoup4knowles) February 3, 2022
Starting in May, Maddow will scale back her duties at MSNBC, moving from what had been a five-days-per-week role to hosting only on Mondays.
She is changing her schedule after signing a new pact with NBCUniversal that gives her aegis over a broader range of projects, including podcasts and films.