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Moore:

He promised last Friday information in 2-3 days that would blow the accusations up. Time’s up and he hasn’t done it. In fact more serious charges arose. Time for him to go.

Sessions and Hearings:

We have watched him testify before congress on numerous occasions. Our conclusion. He is weak and ineffective. A poor choice for the job and cannot do it. He may be honest, want to do it above reproach and really trying; but the job is too big. He needs to be replaced.

So since Moore needs to be replaced, let’s send Sessions back to his old job via a write in, and fix two problems at once.

The President Is Back:

We repeat again that we think he did a terrific job on this trip. The MSM thinks otherwise. I guess they prefer Obama bowing or being disrespected in China (and having to exit via the rear doors of Air Force One to no greeting); or maybe Hillary bringing a misnamed red reset button to Moscow.

Anyway, the President will address the nation and he needs to lay out the facts clearly and let the people hear it directly from him. It was a successful trip.

By the way, the President is in a tough spot with Roy Moore. He has to be careful on what he says since there were a large number of women who accused him of things, as you may recall. He has to pick his words carefully.

On Taxes:

We just don’t think the votes are there yet in the senate to pass the tax bill.
Which raises this question for us:
How come we hear all about Republicans in blue states who are against the bill because of the lost state and local deduction, over and over? The MSM always follows their planned “no vote” with why they are against their “own party”. Okay, fair enough.
So how come we have never seen a single Democrat from any of the 40 states, where there is no question this is a tax break for their constituents? How come they are not voting yes and featured? How come they are not chastised for voting against their constituent interests?

Think about that. There are as many senators and congressional people who are sticking by their party and voting no, despite the fact it is good for their state. Shouldn’t they be featured too?

Sexual Harassment:

Did you see the testimony that US House has paid $15 million to settle sexual harassment charges in recent years? That’s our tax money. Do you know who the charges were against? No one knows because they refuse to release the names.

The Ratings:

BELOW ARE DAILY RATINGS FOR SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY AS WELL AS WEEKLY TOP TEN STATIONS. MORNING,EVENING AND SUNDAY NEWS RANKINGS:

Total Viewers:  MONDAY: A close night as the Alabama news heats up.
Fox wins 4,5,6, 7 & 8. MSNBC wins the 9,10 and 11 slots.

  • Total day: FNC: 1.729 | CNN: 802 | MSNBC: 1.319 | HLN: 209
  • Primetime: FNC: 2.644 | CNN: 999 | MSNBC: 2.452 | HLN: 207
4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p:
FNC Cavuto:
1.418
Five:
2.277
Baier:
2.353
MacCallum:
2.230
Carlson:
2.877
Hannity:
2.856
Ingraham:
2.198
Bream:
1.290
CNN Tapper:
971
Blitzer:
1.001
Blitzer:
901
Burnett:
1.057
Cooper:
1.136
Cooper:
954
Lemon:
903
Lemon:
715
MSNBC Wallace:
1.297
MTPDaily:
1.331
Melber:
1.477
Matthews:
2.022
Hayes:
2.011
Maddow:
3.016
O’Donnell:
2.326
Wlms:
1.623
HLN Michaela:
81
RllyHpnd:
76
RllyHpnd:
100
S.E.Cupp:
91
Banfield:
163
RllyHpnd:
182
Files:
277
Files:
374

Total Viewers: SUNDAY. FOX WINS.

  • Total day: FNC: 991 | CNN: 628 | MSNBC: 556 | HLN: 272
  • Prime time: FNC: 1.061 | CNN: 624 | MSNBC: 490 | HLN: 356
4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p:
FNC NwsHQ:
664
Gutfeld:
910
NwsHQ:
904
Report:
1.102
Levin:
1.307
Hilton:
1.018
FNSunday:
857
Levin:
695
CNN Nwsrm:
527
Nwsrm:
569
Nwsrm:
570
Nwsrm:
539
Bourdain:
596
CNNFilm:
622
CNNFilm:
654
Bourdain:
445
MSNBC News:
526
News:
615
MTP:
625
KasieDC:
686
KasieDC:
664
Engel:
496
Lockup:
312
Lockup:
285
HLN Files:
268
Files:
240
Files:
255
Hunt:
295
Hunt:
385
RllyHpnd:
381
RllyHpnd:
302
Hunt:
351

Total Viewers SATURDAY. FOX BEATS MSNBC AND CNN COMBINED.

  • Total day: FNC: 1.155 | CNN: 593 |  MSNBC: 630 | HLN: 283
  • Prime time: FNC: 1.477 | CNN: 641 | MSNBC: 534 | HLN: 352
4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p:
FNC NwsHQ:
681
NewsHQ:
871
NewsHQ:
812
Report:
974
Watters:
1.529
Pirro:
1.520
Pirro:
1.382
Gutfeld:
1.234
CNN Nwsrm:
519
Nwsrm:
671
Smerc:
630
Nwsrm:
660
Nwsrm:
685
WndrList:
652
Bourdain:
586
Bourdain:
451
MSNBC News:
722
News:
748
AMJoy:
695
Hayes:
635
O’Donnell:
625
Wlms:
641
Lockup:
336
Lockup:
257
HLN Files:
196
Files:
268
Files:
268
Files:
297
Files:
331
Files:
344
Files:
381
Files:
448

FOR THE WEEK:

Top 10 – Prime Time (total viewers)

  1. ESPN (3,376,000)
  2. Fox News (2,387,000)
  3. Hallmark Channel (2,056,000)
  4. MSNBC (1,775,000)
  5. USA (1,273,000)
  6. History (1,182,000)
  7. HGTV (1,120,000)
  8. TBS (1,112,000)
  9. AMC (1,059,000)
  10. Discovery (1,043,000)

Top 10 – Total Day (total viewers)

  1. Fox News (1,485,000)
  2. Hallmark Channel (1,133,000)
  3. Nickelodeon (1,092,000)
  4. ESPN (1,066,000)
  5. MSNBC (1,007,000)
  6. Adult Swim (752,000)
  7. Investigation Discovery (718,000)
  8. CNN (711,000)
  9. HGTV (681,000)
  10. Nick-At-Nite (668,000)

Moving over to business news, Fox Business defeated CNBC in total Business Day viewers for the 23rd consecutive week. Mornings with Maria had its most-watched week of 2017, and Lou Dobbsstill hosts the most-watched business news show, extending his streak to 63 consecutive weeks.

The morning show averages for the week of Nov. 6:

  • Total Viewers: ABC:  4.513 M / NBC:  4.349 M / CBS: 3.816 M
  • A25-54 viewers: ABC:  1.395 M / NBC: 1.494 M / CBS: 1.006 M

Evening newscast numbers for the week of Nov. 6:

Network ABC NBC CBS
• Total Viewers: 9,174,000 8,585,000 6,693,000
• A25-54: 1,903,000 1,910,000 1,406,000

 

 

 

SUNDAY NEWS SHOWS: The numbers for November 12:

Network Program Total Viewers A25-54
CBS Face the Nation (1/2 hr)  3.627 M
827 k
NBC Meet the Press  3.320 M 926 k
ABC This Week  2.774 M  754 k
FOX Fox News Sunday  1.257 M  422 k

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