A new chapter …

The Shooting:

When the surprise settles in the argument will turn to why did this man do this.
Our analysis is the country is as divided today as it was back in the 60’s. Rhetoric is 24/7 and it is impacting people. Let us state this first so the left knows we see the whole picture. Yes, the President ran a rough campaign in which he attacked his counterparts and others with a direct vehemence. He contributed to the ability of the left to demonize him.

However, the intolerance of the left and MSM is far beyond that. Their constant “people will now die” because of any policy proposal by the administration is beyond disagreement. It is driving emotions to the nth degree.
This loser who fired the shots yesterday, and he was a loser, was unable to accept the majority disagreed with his politics. He was unable to keep a job or his life together. I went to his Facebook page early and saw the places and shows he loved the best. He named ABC News, which we have pointed out is so anti administration it is hard to watch. He then named Rachel Maddow (calling himself a superfan). Then next was Al Sharpton’s show. Finally he named the Ed Schultz show, a far leftist who sees evil in the administration throughout all and every show.
He quoted a book by Robert Reich, the Obama finance man, and why lower taxes caused the great depression and only raising taxes on those making money could save the country.

You’ll hear much more about him as the week unfolds but know that though they will deny it, the intolerable left saying the right wants to throw Grandma off the cliff and kill everyone impacted him. The left and media will deny this. In fact ABC News last night actually went to their WH corespondent with the question and asked if this was a message for the WH about rhetoric. What? It was your rhetoric, David Muir, that the loser named first on his FB page. I guess you just don’t get it.

Here’s a link to 15 stars who have advocated violence against Trump and team. Incredible.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/06/14/15-times-celebrities-envisioned-violence-against-trump-and-the-gop/

You can watch the game tonight on CSpan at 7 if you are interested.

Finally, what if this were different and the killer was a Trump supporter who went after liberals? What would coverage look like?

The Washington Post …. Again:

Amid all the noise of the shooting the Washington Post runs another leaked story. This time it’s about the Special Prosecutor looking at charges of obstruction by the President.
Let me understand this. He’s looking at obstruction for a crime (Collusion) that everyone said he had no part of.  Makes sense doesn’t it.
After Jeff Sessions’ testimony the Washington Times reported that Democrats were moving off collusion (no evidence) to obstruction. Bingo.

Another story that broke earlier:

Before the shooting a story broke about 200 congressional Democrats filing a lawsuit Wednesday morning against President Trump saying his business interests are likely violating the Constitution’s “emoluments clause”.
Absolutely petty and ridiculous.  We elect a business person President and get this. You lost the election, get over it and let the man govern.

Obamacare Rhetoric:

Again, before the shooting the Senate appeared to be making progress on a replacement. The left started screaming that people are going to die and this is mean spirited. Enough.
Obamacare is failing. More insurance companies are dropping out as we’ve reported. They are not dropping out as Democrats claim because Trump is not supporting them. They are dropping out because they are losing money and the way the bill was designed payments are coming due now. If Obamacare was working and insurance companies were profiting they would NEVER leave the program. Stop already.

FoxNews Changes Motto:

Fox has changed it’s motto from “Fair & Balanced” to “Most Watched. Most Trusted”. You will see it on TV now.

The Ratings:

Three stories here. Monday, Tuesday and Session hearing ratings.

Total Viewers (Live +SD)          MONDAY 

  • Total day: FNC: 1.701 | CNN: 903 | MSNBC: 1.215 | HLN: 203
  • Primetime: FNC: 2.499 | CNN: 1115 | MSNBC: 2.249 | HLN: 240
4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p:
FNC Cavuto:
1.478
Specialists:
1.825
Baier:
2.194
MacCallum:
1.945
Carlson:
2.829
TheFive:
2.198
Hannity:
2.464
Carlson:
1.312
CNN Tapper:
1.051
Blitzer:
1.179
Blitzer:
1.129
Burnett:
1.101
Cooper:
1.308
Cooper:
1.105
Lemon:
929
Lemon:
735
MSNBC Wallace:
1.118
MTPDaily:
1.293
Greta:
1.075
Matthews:
1.759
Hayes:
1.965
Maddow:
2.588
O’Donnell:
2.179
Williams:
1.471
HLN Files:
148
Files:
124
Files:
133
Files:
184
Banfield:
237
Files:
204
Files:
280
Files:
309

Total Viewers (Live +SD)          TUESDAY.

  • Total day: FNC: 2.177 | CNN: 1.209 | MSNBC: 1.599 | HLN: 229
  • Primetime: FNC: 2.888 | CNN: 1.214 | MSNBC: 2.612 | HLN: 275
4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p:
FNC Sessions:
3.363
Sessions:
3.129
Baier:
2.740
MacCallum:
2.377
Carlson:
2.941
TheFive:
2.695
Hannity:
3.076
Carlson:
2.083
CNN Sessions:
2.262
Sessions:
2.141
Blitzer:
1.505
Burnett:
1.349
Cooper:
1.395
Cooper:
1.230
Lemon:
1.017
Lemon:
876
MSNBC Sessions:
2.108
Sessions:
2.002
Greta:
1.337
Matthews:
1.960
Hayes:
2.038
Maddow:
3.055
O’Donnell:
2.734
Williams:
1.808
HLN Files:
204
Files:
193
Files:
180
Files:
208
Banfield:
255
Files:
211
Files:
360
Files:
408

SESSIONS HEARING RATINGS:

Here’s the network break down Fox won the day:

  • 2:30 – 5:15 p.m. ET \ Total Viewers / A25-54 demo
    FNC – 3,200,000 / 476,000
    CBS – 2,378,000 / 544,000
    CNN – 2,218,000 / 614,000
    MSNBC – 2,208,000 / 437,000
    ABC – 2,115,000 / 523,000
  • Prime time 8-11 p.m. ET
    FNC – 2,887,000 / 592,000
    MSNBC – 2,609,000 / 620,000
    CNN – 1,214,000 / 448,000

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