Jim Acosta is getting crushed in ratings, but he tried calling Tucker a 'human manure spreader' anyway


CNN's Jim Acosta tries to take down Fox News' Tucker Carlson by calling him a "human manure spreader." That's cute Jimmy, but have you looked at your ratings compared to Tucker Carlson's ratings? Fox News took 94 of the top 100 spots for cable news in August. What's that tell you, little Jimmy?

The Wrap posted:

The top five programs in cable news for the month were all Fox News': “Tucker Carlson Tonight” averaged 3.302 million viewers, “The Five” averaged 3.106 million, “Hannity” averaged 3 million, “The Ingraham Angle” averaged 2.394 million and “Special Report with Bret Baier” averaged 2.186 million.

Those five were also the top five cable news shows in the demo, with “Carlson” averaging 551,000, “Hannity” averaging 503,000, “The Five” averaging 460,000, “The Ingraham Angle” averaging 410,000 and Baier’s “Special Report” averaging 349,000.

In primetime, Fox News drew 2.47 million viewers, down 32% from the same month a year earlier, followed by MSNBC with 1.23 million, down 44%, and CNN with 819,000, down 51%. In the 25-54 demo, Fox News averaged 394,000 viewers, down 38%, compared to CNN with 191,000, down 58%, and MSNBC with 163,000, down 55%.

Deadline posted: "In total day, Fox News averaged 1.42 million, down 20%, compared to MSNBC with 732,000, down 41%, and CNN with 621,000, down 39%. In the 25-54 demo, Fox News averaged 238,000, down 24%, compared to CNN with 136,000, off by 47%, and MSNBC with 96,000, down 51%."

And looks like little Jimmy Acosta and his show aren't even mentioned in the same breath as Fox News and their shows. Way to go Jim Acosta, you really showed Tucker Carlson! (said no one ever)



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