When did the press go from an investigator of the the facts and for release of information to the position they are today with the memo?
Wasn’t it the same press that awarded itself for the release of the Pentagon Papers that is today anti release?
How come the people who have outed others are on the side of secrecy for the administration release?
Wouldn’t a non biased press have been investigating this and exposing it?
If the Hillary paid dossier led to the Russian collusion charges — and it proves false, doesn’t the press care that they spent eighteen months on a false story? What does matter to them?
By the way, if that does prove out, then they reported every detail of a lie and did not pursue the truth.
So let me see, the press wants transparency but not IF it might support the administration?
Shouldn’t they want a full release, just so they can investigate what’s truth?
But then again, if the press was non biased they might have joined Fox in covering the Democrats sitting for all the moments they did in the SOTU.
We don’t know if this memo really contains the facts some say they do. We just can’t believe it does and all the trusted leaders are truly biased and untrustworthy. But we sure do want to see and know.
We do know that Adam Schiff is a biased congressperson and he has no credibility with us. He could have been a statesman. Instead he chose sleazy.
Now exactly what do the Democrats stand for these days?
What are they going to run on in 2018 and 2020?
I know they want open borders and full citizenship for all, but what else?
It appears to us they are simply anti Trump and running on that.
With the support of the MSM they are actually ahead in the polls, and Nancy Pelosi is in position to replace Paul Ryan as speaker. I guess if you’re a Democrat it’s enough to be anti Trump.
As for Pelosi, Nancy you and your friends should feel free to send the “crumbs” you called the tax cut to me. I am happy to take all the crumbs.
Total Viewers WEDNESDAY. Fox continues its run. Beats the competition – combined.
- Total day: FNC: 2.301 | CNN: 818 | MSNBC: 1.338 | HLN: 217
- Primetime: FNC: 3.738 | CNN: 1.076 | MSNBC: 2.573 | HLN: 292
Fox Business Network is winning the business segment.
Per Nielsen, January 2018 was FBN’s most-watched month ever in Business Day, averaging 255,000 total viewers on weekdays in the 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. time period. And as business news dominated the headlines, from the Dow surpassing 26,000, to the government shutdown and Trump’s visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos, FBN scored its eighth consecutive monthly win over CNBC in total viewers.
Jan. 2018: Business Day (M-F, 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET)
FBN: 255,000 total viewers / 31,000 A25-54
CNBC: 203,000 total viewers / 39,000 A25-54
Additionally, Fox Biz scored six of the top seven rated news programs on business television in total viewers, led once again by Lou Dobbs, whose eponymous show was the most-watched business news program for the 21st consecutive month. Varney & Co. (which had its highest-rated month ever) Countdown to the Closing Bell With Liz Claman, Cavuto Coast to Coast, After the Bell, and The Intelligence Report with Trish Regan, Risk & Reward all continued to place in the top 10 business news programs in total viewers, and defeated their timeslot competition in total viewers.
FBN’s pre-market coverage also posted double-digit gains year over year in January, with Maria Bartiromo’s Mornings with Maria +35 percent over last year.