Sunday, June 26, 2011

Chris Wallace is still going after Jon Stewart

It has been a week and Fox is STILL going after Jon Stewart. To make it worst they have Greg Gutfield give a editorial. Greg is Fox's Faux comedian. It's hard to tell when Gutfield is telling a joke and when he's being serious since it's usually silence he gets from his audience.


Lisa said...

Speaking of uninformed votere:

Lisa said...

That's because moron Chris Wallace is only on once a week whereas Stewart was able to attack the next night an every night for 5 days.
But let's not get in the way of Media Matter's Propagnda machine that you use as your bible.

Malcolm said...

Chris Wallace got schooled by Jon Stewart. I think that's why Fox is still talking about that interview. I saw that weak ass editorial by Greg Gutfeld. What I'd love to see is Jon Stewart go up against Gutfeld in a debate. I think he'd destroy Gutfeld. Hopefully, he'd take Gutfeld apart and not even show any mercy.

Progressives Are Erupting said...

What Malcolm said b is a load of crap...

He should read this.
“We Need to Kill All White People”
“We need to kill all white people,” chanted a large group of young black men while marching through the streets of Peoria, Illinois, terrorizing citizens of all races. The Peoria Chronicle has the full accounting by a witness of the scary mob’s threatening actions. What’s most disturbing about the story is the reaction of the police.

Residents are very shaken, both black and white alike. This is the fifth large mob action in about a month with smaller groups of 10-12 are out threatening children and adults a few evenings a week or later into the night. The times vary, even occuring during the day. In talking to the police officer, they are short staffed. Residents were advised to simply keep inside and to lock their doors. In other words buckle down, it’s not even safe to sit on your porch or go into your yards.

Gangs of thugs are roaming neighborhoods, threatening innocent people, and the police do nothing. Isn’t public safety the number one reason we’re constantly given for paying taxes? If people can’t even leave their homes it doesn’t appear they’re getting their money’s worth.

Before his term is over in 2012, Obama might have to bring all our troops home to patrol our own streets.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Jon Stewart’s Ratings Are Now Higher Than All Of Fox News

According to the May Nielson ratings, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart beat the entire Fox News network in terms of total viewers. Stewart averaged 2.3 million viewers, while the Fox News prime time and day time line up averaged 1.85 million viewers.

According to Comedy Central, The Daily Show is dominant in its time slot,

For the month of May 2011, “The Daily Show” averaged 2.3 million total viewers and a 1.2 P18-49 rating. Versus May 2010, “The Daily Show” grew an astounding +19% in total viewers, with incredible double-digit ratings growth across all key demos including P18-49 (up +21%), P18-34 (+22%), P18-24 (+21%), M18-34 (+18%) and M18-24 (+21%).

“The Daily Show’s” 1.344 million P18-49 viewers led all late night talk shows in the demo for the month and, with a 2011 YTD average of 1.25 million P18-49 viewers, “The Daily Show” trails only “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” (1.27 million P18-49 viewers) in the benchmark demographic for the calendar year crown.

While Stewart is on the rise, Fox News had a really, really bad May. Total viewership was down 10%, and Fox News lost viewers in the 25-54 demo in every prime time show. Bill O’Reilly was down 9%, Sean Hannity was down 6%, and Greta Van Susteren dropped 12%.

Just how big is the disparity between Jon Stewart and Fox News?

Only The O’Reilly Factor (2.8 million) drew more total viewers than The Daily Show (2.3 million). Jon Stewart beat everything else on Fox News. Stewart beat Sean Hannity by 246,000 viewers. He topped Bret Baier by 399,000 viewers. Jon Stewart beat Glenn Beck by almost 500,000 viewers, 1.812 million to 2.3 million. He beat Shep Smith (1.712 million) and Greta Van Susteren (1.702 million) by almost 600,000 viewers each. When Stewart and O’Reilly go head to head at 11 PM, Jon Stewart tops Bill O’Reilly’s replay by almost a million viewers (2.3 million to 1.321 million).

This is why Fox News both hates and fears Jon Stewart. Not only is he more popular than they are, but he devotes much of his program to exposing the biased reporting of FNC. Even worse, Stewart is teaching his younger audience what Fox News is all about. Stewart doesn’t exclusively take on Fox News. His problem is with television news in general, but since Fox is the biggest offender, they get most of his attention.

h/t Politicususa

Lisa said...

poor kid hates any sort of provovaction

Anonymous said...

Do you know what Moochelle told Mandela?
For the first time in my life, I can honestly say that I'm proud to be a Ubangi!