Watch: CNN Hammered During Live Interview for Low Ratings, ‘More people are interested in cartoons than CNN.’

White House Advisor Sebastian Gorka just shammed CNN to their face!

During an interview with Alisyn Camerota he told her cartoons were more popular than the network.

What is more hilarious about the statement is it is true!

According to the Blaze: On Tuesday, CNN’s primetime viewership peaked at only 886,000 overall viewers, whereas MSNBC peaked at 2.77M and Fox News peaked at 2.79M viewers. In the coveted 25-54-year-old demographic, CNN was only able to amass 308,000 viewers at its peak.

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On Wednesday, it was much of the same. CNN peaked at 908,000 viewers where Fox and MSNBC both peaked over 2 million. The 25-54-year-old demographic was just as dismal.

But on Thursday, CNN was able to pick it up a little, and they carried just over 1 million viewers during Anderson Cooper’s and Don Lemon’s shows. However, they still trailed behind MSNBC and Fox by more than a million peak viewers.

Things got even worse Friday night after CNN producers aired a fake cover from National Enquirer as something real.

Apparently Camerota can’t handle the truth.

Check this out!

“The amount of time you spend in desperation on a topic that has plummeted you to 13th place in viewership ranking across America, I mean, more people watch ‘Nick at Night’ cartoons than CNN today,” Gorka told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota.

“Our ratings are doing just fine,” Camerota retorted.

“You’re thirteenth. ‘Nick at Night’ is eleventh,” Gorka pointed out. “More people are interested in cartoons than CNN.”

Camerota snapped back that more people would want to watch Netflix’s “House of Cards” than the Trump White House.


Yes, CNN’s journalists are basically engaging in ‘yo mama’ come-backs with their guests.

That’s some hard hitting reporting… no wonder their ratings are tanking.


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