Summary of Left-leaning outlets 'miss' Trump as viewership declines

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The video discusses how left-leaning outlets are seeing viewership decline due to their often hysterical and biased reporting. Fox News, on the other hand, is doing well due to its more objective approach.

  • 00:00:00 According to Axios, viewership of left-leaning outlets is declining, with losses skewing heavily towards CNN and MSNBC. Fox ratings are up, but the reason for the decline is not explained.
  • 00:05:00 Left-leaning outlets "miss" Trump as viewership declines, with some attributing the decline to bad news. However, some of these same outlets have a history of hoaxes.
  • 00:10:00 The author of the essay argues that the left-leaning outlets are "missing" Trump as viewership declines. He cites examples of bad news for Trump, such as the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the many scandals. He also argues that the media is "just giving the news," and that if outlets are just giving the news, it is a good thing.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses how left-leaning outlets such as CNN and The New York Times have seen viewership decline in recent months, with Fox News being particularly popular. Shannon discusses how the left-leaning media often relies on hysteria and "walk it" instead of reporting objectively, which is why Fox News is so appealing.

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