Rachel Maddow Loses 30% of her viewers after Russia hoax exposed


Rachel Maddow was getting high ratings when she was able to come up with a new conspiracy every day. But , now her viewers realize that she has been lying to them for two years and now it seems that they know, they are dropping her show like a bad habit.

She is still at it with the conspiracies, but people are not tuning in. People take it very personally when you lie to them. In fact, ratings for CNN and MSNBC both are crashing badly. The only good news for MSNBC is that CNN is crashing even worse than they are.

From The Daily Caller

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow lost half-a-million viewers in just one week after special counsel Robert Mueller’s report indicated that he did not find enough evidence to support collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Maddow has been one of the most prominent voices on the collusion conspiracy, spending most of her programs over the past two years on allegations that President Donald Trump coordinated with the Russian government to win the 2016 presidential election. Maddow struggled to hold back tears as she delivered her opening monologue last Friday, clearly stunned that Mueller did not bring any indictments against the president or his family. 

“The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC delivered monster ratings for the network, cementing the cable host as the left-wing foil to Fox News’ Sean Hannity. Maddow consistently finished 1st or 2nd in overall cable news ratings over the past year, sometimes garnering more than 3 million viewers.

But according to The Daily Beast, Maddow’s show dropped 500,000 viewers in just one week after the Mueller report dropped.

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