Fox Clears The Hen House

The Democratic National Committee may want to rethink banning Fox News from their presidential debates, since their hosts destroyed Democrat town halls held by CNN and MSNBC.

Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity respectively beat out MSNBC’s town hall with Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and CNN’s town hall with Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday night.

Carlson more than doubled the MSNBC town hall with Gillibrand, both in total viewers with approximately 3.1 million viewers tuning in, and with 570,000 in the key 25-54 age demographic. Gillibrand’s town hall, by comparison, garnered only 1.2 million viewers and 224,000 in the key age range.

Then, at 9 p.m. EST, CNN hosted a town hall with Warren in Mississippi, which was moderated by Jake Tapper. Warren’s town hall drew even fewer viewers than her presidential opponent, with only 1.09 million viewers watching. CNN and Warren did manage to barely beat out MSNBC and Gillibrand in the target audience, with 273,000 people aged 25-54 tuning in.

To be honest, I don’t watch Fox News much anymore – especially now since they hired leftist Hillary shill Donna Brazile as a commentator, and Paul Ryan as a member of the board – but it is nice to see them destroy the fake news channels.

3 thoughts on “Fox Clears The Hen House

  1. I quit watching TV a long time ago. Got tired of being preached at by some leftist with an agenda. And I gave up on movies for the same reason.

    I get my news from a few sites on the innerwebs, and my snark from here and AOSHQ.


  2. TXNick – Yeah, I’m down to about two series left – Gotham, which ends this season, and Archer. It is nice to see the Democrats destroyed by Fox, though.


  3. I’m with both of you. There are reliable sources on the web from which to glean true facts. Perhaps not on each and every story available, but most. TV is a waste, though I do like watching a few things here and there. As long as it entertains and doesn’t try to fill my head with social justice, I’ll probably watch. I don’t have cable, so I quit watching Fox about 8-9 years ago. I do check their website now and then.


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