Media never reaches this many people. This many (103,000,000) people do not watch corporate media because corporate media does not speak to them or cover things that are important to them- it is really that clear.
103 Million is one-third of the country. Think about it:
Tucker Carlson got over 100 Million views on the following video:
Trending Politics reported on Carlson’s incredible draw – and the number he said was Fox News audience- pales in comparison to what Carlson can draw.
Fox News has been grappling with significant changes since Tucker Carlson’s sudden dismissal. The network has seen a dramatic decline in viewership during the 8 p.m. hour, losing half of the 3 million viewers who were tuning in nightly.
Meanwhile, Tucker Carlson’s new venture is attracting a growing number of former Fox News employees, and based on the latest, more might be coming soon. According to Chadwick Moore, a biographer currently working on a project about Tucker Carlson, the nine remaining Fox News employees on Tucker’s old show have been terminated.
Furthermore, it’s been revealed that Alex McCaskill, a former producer for “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” has also joined Carlson’s team after a decade at Fox News. Even some of Carlson’s regular guests have reportedly refused to appear on Fox News following his departure, further highlighting the impact of Carlson’s exit on the network.
In a press release published Monday, Fox CEO Suzanne Scott revealed that its new lineup will still feature Laura Ingraham, Jesse Watters, Sean Hannity, and Greg Gutfeld. However, time slots will change beginning on July 17th.
Jesse Watters, one of the network’s most popular hosts remaining, will take over Tucker Carlson’s former 8 p.m. ET spot after months of rotating hosts in the timeslot. Laura Ingraham, who has crushed the cable ratings at 10 p.m. ET for years, is moving into the primetime ‘kickoff’ slot at 7 p.m. Greg Gutfeld, arguably the network’s most popular host, and his comedic show will be moving from late-night at 11 p.m. to 10 p.m. “Hannity” will remain at 9 p.m.