‘Made-For-TV’ Jan. 6 Hearings Are Ratings Disaster, by Tyler Durden

Outside of Washington D.C., the percentage of Americans who bought into the January 6 hysteria is in the single digits. Unfortunately, that’s also the percentage of Americans who are aware of the persecution of the January 6 protestors. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

After throwing two impeachments and a Russia hoax at Donald Trump, Congressional Democrats’ latest political theater against the former president – produced by a former TV exec for prime time – is a ratings disaster.

Their unifying theory seems to be that Trump masterminded a rag-tag mob of (fed infiltrated) groups, which ‘stormed’ the capital (through doors that were opened for them), then sauntered into various parts of the Capital – some even engaging in mayhem, in an ‘attempt to subvert Democracy’ and, we suppose, topple the US government?

Congress was back to work two hours after the interruption (aka the darkest moment in American history).

In any event, ratings for the Democrats’ latest Trump takedown attempt aren’t exactly a success, relatively speaking, as just 20 million viewers tuned in for Thursday night’s ‘prime-time’ event, according to The Hill.

At CBS alone, last week’s episode of “Young Sheldon” got more views (3.86 million vs. 3.24 million), according to the Washington Free Beacon.

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One response to “‘Made-For-TV’ Jan. 6 Hearings Are Ratings Disaster, by Tyler Durden

  1. Thanks for the link. In D.C., where I live, the Wash. Post seems to indicate that the hearings were a ratings success. And of course, the networks promoted the heck our them and then blasted all the Sunday talk shows. Funny that the gun rally in D.C. was pushed aside, along with the man who wanted to kill a Supreme Court Justice.

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