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FOX Rules in Cable News

CABLE NEWS RACE
WED., MAY 8, 2013

FOXNEWS O’REILLY 3,383,000
FOXNEWS THE FIVE 2,937,000
FOXNEWS BAIER 2,638,000
FOXNEWS HANNITY 2,628,000
FOXNEWS GRETA 2,363,000
FOXNEWS SHEP 2,240,000
CNNHN GRACE 1,576,000
CMDY DAILY SHOW 1,450,000
CNN COOPER 1,391,000
CNN BLITZER 1,382,000
CMDY COLBERT 1,250,000
CNN PIERS 1,085,000
CNN BURNETT 944,000
CNNHN DR DREW 940,000
MSNBC MADDOW 877,000
MNSBC O’DONNELL 826,000
MSNBC MATTHEW 703,000
MSNBC SHARPTON 624,000
MSNBC HAYES 573,000

Posted:  05.10.13 A. D. @ 6:00 a.m.

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Piers Morgan Rock Bottom of Cable News Ratings

Well, don’t you just love it.  Piers Morgan says he’s going to top O’Reilly some day.  Wonder just what day that will be?

CABLE NEWS RACE
WEDS JAN 16 2013

FOXNEWS O’REILLY 3,356,000
DISC AMISH MAFIA 3,200,000
FOXNEWS FIVE 2,323,000
FOXNEWSHANNITY 2,276,000
FOXNEWS BAIER 2,235,000
FOXNEWS SHEP 1,813,000
CMDY DAILY SHOW 1,790,000
FOXNEWS GRETA 1,637,000
CMDY COLBERT 1,360,000
MSNBC MADDOW 1,096,000
MSNBC SCHULTZ 1,020,000
MSNBC HARDBALL 875,000
MSNBC SHARPTON 839,000
MSNBC O’DONNELL 831,000
CNN COOPER 604,000
CNN PIERS 592,000

Oh, dear.

Posted:  01.17.13 A. D. @7:28 p.m.

(Nielson numbers on Drudge)  http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/category/cable-news/

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Code Words #2 – Pop

“Pop” Code for: Blow His Brains Out

“”In a segment on Piers Morgan’s CNN program, sports columnist for the Daily Beast, Buzz Bissinger, shockingly states:

“I don’t care what the justification is that you’re allowed in this country to own a semi-automatic weapon – much less a handgun. But what do you need a semi-automatic weapon for? The only reason I think you’d need it is, Piers, challenge Alex Jones to a boxing match, show up with a semi-automatic that you got legally and pop him.

Abby Huntsman (Huffington Post) : “I’d love to see that… [laughter] in uniform.”

Piers Morgan: “I’ll borrow my brothers uniform.”””

Piers (not an American citizen) Morgan and CNN are desperate for viewers.  This publicity stunt did work.  He went from 323,000 viewers on Friday to 533,000 on Monday.  Of course, Fox at Five had 2,182,000 on Monday, just to add perspective.

This from the loving, sweet, Militant crowd, including our esteemed president, who went absolutely wild about some obscure depiction of a bull’s eye or rifle sights, and called for “words that heal” and “civil discourse.”  Remember how all democrats and republicans “sat together” and probably held hands at the joint session of congress shortly after Tuscon?

The next act of violence should be pinned squarely on CNN for encouraging and broadcasting this threatening language.

https://bellalu0.wordpress.com/2011/08/04/how-do-you-like-that-new-tone/

Posted:  01.09.12 A. D. @3:07 p.m.

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Three networks have now admitted to major mistakes in Zimmerman/Martin

I don’t think they were mistakes, but very intentional and deliberate.  A mistake is when you add up your checkbook wrong or break a glass.  This was something entirely different.

NBC doctored the 911 call to present a false impression, leaving out key words.

ABC showed video saying there was no injuries to the head, and it was repeated and replayed all over the place, then all of a sudden, an inhanced tape comes out showing there was injuries.

Now CNN has admitted their analysis and claim there was a racial slur in the 911 tape was in error, and an inhanced version of that tape reflects the word that was bleeped out (indicating a slur) was, in fact, the word “cold.”

So now what happens?  Everything gets kind of quiet, and the fact remains that a man was tried already in the media – the corrupt media.  So once again they have taken a narrative from the drawer of Media Matters (a plan sitting there just waiting for something to happen that could be used) and they have run with it in a frenzy.  Even though there were rantings of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and even members of congress, not to mention the president giving the “go ahead,” none of it could have happened except with the cooperation, no, the eager participation of the media to bring it home and sear their version of things in the mind of Americans, and the world, for that matter.

Posted:  04.05.12 @ 5:12 p.m.

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Wasserman Schultz made statement on CNN which she now denies

Well, can you say bald faced lie?  I thought at first this was referring to one of these video/audio recordings that can barely be heard, but NO, she said this on CNN.  A lie is a lie is a lie.  Here she is doing demo talking point, actually, how the republicans want to do mean and horrible things like “they want to take us back to Jim Crow”  because some believe a person should present a picture ID to vote.  I have always been asked for an ID and I don’t mind at all.  How does one do anything in this country without a picture ID?

I believe these people, like Wasserman Schultz (and Jay Carney yesterday) depicting “republicans” (or really anybody who has a different view from them) in these outrageous ways are insulting the American people such as myself who think it’s fine to require an ID and also who support the Ryan budget.  Neither of these things anywhere near makes me “aggressively ignorant” or trying to drag America back to days of Jim Crow.  It isn’t smart to portray those who disagree in those terms.  It is especially inappropriate for those in high positions to do this.

See video:

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/ken-shepherd/2012/03/22/mrctv-catches-dnc-chief-debbie-wasserman-schultz-lie-about-voter-id-ji

Posted:  03.21.12 @ 11:59 a.m.

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CNN mouthpiece comes unglued at Breitbart spokesman, Joel Pollak

Watch Soledad melt down.  Joel was awesome!

http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/03/08/The%20Vetting%20CNN%20Implodes%20Over%20Obama%20Bell%20Video

Posted:  03.08.12 @12:04

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Penn State students upset about firing of Paterno

mmmm The students at Penn State are mad at the media = furious at the media.  I think it was a CNN van they turned over.  They got it right.  Wish I had been there to help them.  Kidding, of course.

These kids know the score and they see that Paterno has been made a scapegoat, leveling all the blame at him, almost as if he was the one who did the dirty deeds.

I read the Grand Jury Report and it plainly stated that it was the head of this institution who was responsible to notify the police and the child welfare 48 hours of being notified of this offense in 2002.

Sandusky and others have barely been mentioned in the national coverage.  And though Schultz, and Curley have been charged and the President, Graham Spanier has been fired, all the blitz has been directed at the coach.

I do think it’s a shame that this old man has to leave his life’s work under a cloud that the liberal media has caused.  I wonder if he would have been fired if it had not been for this adverse coverage.  Maybe he should have been fired but I don’t think so.

I think these students know this was a witch hunt, a media hit job.  HLN is commenting that the Penn State students care more about football than they do the victims of sexual assault.  Maybe they just know who is really responsible.  Just maybe.

Meanwhile, Sandusky is out on bail probably molesting more boys.

Direct quote from the Grand Jury Report:

Although (Gary) Schultz oversaw the Univeristy Police as part of his position, he never reported the 2002 incident to the University Police or other police agency…..

The Grand Jury concludes that the sexual assault of the minor made in 2002 should have been reported to the Penn. Department of Public Welfare and/or a law enforcement agency such as the university Police or Penn State Police.  The univ by its senior staff Gary Schultz, Senior Vice President for Finance and Business and Tim Curley Athletic Director was notified by two different Penn State state employees of the alleged sexual exploitation of that youth.  Pennsylvanie mandatory reporting statute for suspected child abuse (statute #) provides that when a staff member reports abuse, pursuant to statute, the person in charge of the school or institution has the responsibility and legal obligation to report or cause such a report to be made….within 48 hours.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/72061109/Grand-Jury-Report-on-Penn-State-Sex-Abuse-Scandal

http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2011/11/10/paternos-firing-sparks-riots-at-penn-state/

And I don’t even like football.

Posted:  11.10.11 @ 5:48 p.m.

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