Despite Gutted Ratings, CNN Goes Off The Rails In Deranged Hatefest After Trump’s Fourth of July Speech

CNN dropped to 15th place in the coveted 8 p.m.-to-11 p.m. time slot last quarter after losing 20% of its viewers..CNN finished 15th, behind networks like Discovery Channel, Food Network, TLC and A&E Network.

It is shocking that CNN still has ANY audience. How can anyone stomach this repulsive fake news outlet? What is apparent is that CNN is sinking fast. What will it take for AT&T to finally show Jeff Zucker the door? How low will CNN need to go before the depraved Zucker is finally dismissed?

Can CNN’s Ratings Really Drop Any Further? (Hint: Yes. Yes They Can.)

So, it stands to reason that a cable station that spends most of its time hating on Trump would soar in the ratings.

Think again.

The liberal network CNN plunged to 15th place in prime time over the last three months, losing nearly 20% of its viewership in the process.

The stats are striking when one compares CNN to Fox News. Fox has 2.4 million prime time viewers, CNN just 761,000. Total day numbers: Fox 1.32 million; CNN 541,000. Those numbers equate to a 2% drop for Fox News — but a whopping 18% plunge for CNN.

CNN’s best-rated show was “Cuomo Prime Time,” which came in at No. 25, but fell short of a million viewers at 936,000. Anderson Cooper drew 892,000 viewers, Don Lemon 833,000 viewers and Jake Tapper just 699,000.

Here’s the Worst Parts of CNN’s Deranged Hatefest After Trump’s Fourth of July Speech

Well, that was something. Over the course of about 28 minutes of airtime (including commercials) following the President’s Fourth of July event A Salute to America, CNN’s The Situation Room put on one of the most disgraceful displays of liberal media bias, Trump hatred, and slights at America you’ll ever see.

Attacking the President like bitter preschoolers, a cast of CNN personalities bashed the Trump speech as a “rudimentary” “eighth grade history” report ripping off of Schoolhouse Rock and Wikipedia to create a work of “jingoism and militaristic virtue.”

Unfortunately, things were bad during the speech when, at the 7:06 p.m. Eastern mark, fill-in host Brianna Keilar interjected at the end of the President’s tribute to the Air Force for a commercial break and thus skipped portions of the Navy section. When she returned, the Trump-bashing began.

Keilar first gloated that “when you compare [the military] to say his approval ratings, which, I mean, there is a huge chasm between the two” and was followed up by former Obama administration official and retired Rear Admiral John Kirby.

Kirby blasted Trump’s harmless speech as “fairly eighth grade history” that “appropriat[ed]…military virtue for his own personal gain, so he’s wrapping himself around the flag and around these troops and these aircraft.”

CNN aired the rest of the speech, but afterward, the floodgates of stupid shattered into a million pieces. Kirby led by asserting that he’s “troubled about the militaristic tone of the whole thing” that was “fairly sepia toned, and saccharine in its depth and context” lacking anything “about where the country should be going, what we should be working on.”

The TDS sufferer then added that he could have “watch[ed] Schoolhouse Rock” instead of Trump because“it’s just, again, not who we are as a country.”

With an assist from Keilar bashing it as “rudimentary,” CNN political analyst Ryan Lizza took cheapshots at Trump’s speechwriters as putrid copiers from Wikipedia (click “expand”):

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