CNN lost 61 percent of prime time viewers and 73 percent of viewers in the 25-54 age group
That 25-54 age group is vital because it sets advertising rates.
Thankfully, the news gets worse for CNNLOL.
Throughout the entire month of March, CNN averaged only 473,000 primetime viewers and 100,000 demo viewers.
Throughout the total day in March, CNN averaged only 425,000 total viewers and 83,000 demo viewers.
The top-rated show at CNN — a far-left propaganda outlet that spreads conspiracy theories and political violence — was Anderson Cooper 360. It placed 26th and averaged only 635,000 total viewers. Erin Burnett earned only 625,000 viewers. During his smug two hours, Jake Tapper averaged only 584,000 and 575,000 total viewers… These are disastrous numbers.
Don Lemon’s morning show attracted only 346,000 viewers.
Wayne State Professor Calls For the Murder of ‘Transphobes’
Transgenders and their supporters are becoming increasingly violent
An English professor at Michigan’s Wayne State University was suspended from his job on the same day as the Nashville trans terror attack that left six Christians dead after he used social media to call for the murder of “transphobes” and “right-wing” Americans.
“I think it is far more admirable to kill a racist, homophobic, or transphobic speaker than it is to shout them down,” Shaviro wrote to Facebook, openly calling for the murder of American citizens for exercising their 1st Amendment rights and, in many cases, advocating for the very principles that America was founded on and the very facts that humankind has existed on since the first days of man.
According to The College Fix, which recently profiled Shaviro’s Facebook post, the Wayne State University professor most recently taught courses related to the film industry. According to his online presence, Shaviro is an openly left-wing radical. He declined to discuss his openly violent ambitions with local media when they reached him for comment.
Shaviro’s call for violence is one of numerous made by pro-trans radicals, which have drawn increased concern in the aftermath of the Nashville mass shooting, a targeted terrorist attack against Christian children that was committed by a woman who claimed to be a man.
Tucker: The trans movement is targeting Christians
Joe Biden says transgender people ‘shape our nation’s soul’ days after trans killer murders 6 Christians in school massacre
One day in advance of Trans Day of Visibility and four days after a trans-identified woman mowed down 3 children and 3 adults at a Christian school in Nashville, President Joe Biden released a statement saying that “Transgender Americans shape our Nation’s soul.”
In a White House press briefing, press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who notably came out herself on October’s “coming out day” in 2022, doubled down on those remarks.
The White House statement on Transgender Day of Visibility claimed that the many bills going into effect across the US to prohibit child sex changes and the medical mutilation of minors in service to the lie that human beings can change sex were “discriminatory” laws that are “targeting transgender youth, terrifying families and hurting kids who are not hurting anyone.”
The statement did not mention that sterilization and a lifetime without sexual satisfaction follow many of the so-called treatments for “transgender youth.”
The statement further claimed that “an epidemic of violence against transgender women and girls, in particular women and girls of color, has taken lives far too soon.”
This is a made up epidemic, pushed by trans activists and trans-centric not-for-profits that claim those who are transgender who suffer tragic deaths are targeted by transphobic individuals, where the vast majority of the under 40 trans persons who were murdered in 2022 were due to domestic violence, violence stemming from sex work, or violence stemming from the drug trade.
Biden mentioned the Club Q mass shooting in Colorado last year, neglecting to mention that it was carried out by a non-binary identified person, and he notably did not mention the mass murder carried out by a trans-identified person on Monday.
That shooting targeted Christian children and adults at a school the shooter once attended.
Biden stated that his administration, by pushing child sex changes and demanding that parents “affirm” their children is “working to ease the tremendous strain that discrimination, bullying, and harassment can put on transgender children — more than half of whom seriously considered suicide in the last year.”
Biden noted that he has engaged every federal agency to help push transgender ideology, including the Department of Education, Health and Human Services, and so many others.
On last year’s Transgender Day of Visibility, Biden demanded that American parents “affirm [their] kids.” Affirmation means accepting the lie that biological sex is a mutable condition.
In conclusion, he gave March 31 the designation Transgender Day of Visibility, and said “I call upon all Americans to join us in lifting up the lives and voices of transgender people throughout our Nation and to work toward eliminating violence and discrimination against all transgender, gender nonconforming, and nonbinary people.”
ALAN DERSHOWITZ: I’m not a Trump voter – but this laughable indictment over a porn star payoff is the most ridiculously weak, contorted case I’ve ever seen. DA Bragg has disgraced his office
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
Although the indictment remains sealed, it is highly likely that New York City District Attorney Alvin Bragg is attempting to charge Trump for conduct related to his alleged $130,000 payment to porn star Stormy Daniels in exchange for her promise not to disclose a consensual, adulterous affair during his 2016 presidential campaign.
Bragg has disgraced a once proud office.
To state the obvious, while immoral, it is not illegal to pay hush money. So, to turn this relatively benign payment into a state felony, the District Attorney must perform a series of legal contortions.
First, he must prove that the payments were fraudulently described in business records.
Generally, one wouldn’t be expected to dutifully document ‘hush money paid to a porn star to remain silent about an adulterous affair,’ as the whole point of the payoff is to keep it hush-hush. But Bragg wants to make it criminal.
In any event, even if the DA convinces a jury that Trump falsified business records, the worst-case scenario is that this crime is a minor misdemeanor.
That’s hardly the scalp that Bragg desires. And so, he must perform another magic trick.
The DA would have to prove that the records were falsified for the purpose of covering up an unreported campaign contribution.
If Trump secretly paid Daniels to keep quiet for the sole benefit of his presidential campaign, then that may well be a federal crime.
And presto! According to Bragg’s novel legal theory, that concocts a state felony for which he can prosecute Trump.
Don’t try to make sense of it – it’s nonsensical.
As it’s said – a prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich. Winning at trial is something else entirely.
Bragg’s whole argument hinges on a psychoanalyst’s Freudian diagnosis of Trump’s motivations. Why did he do, what he allegedly did?
At trial, if the defense raises a reasonable doubt that Trump inaccurately recorded the alleged hush payment to prevent damaging embarrassment to his wife, his family, his business ventures, or for any reason other than his campaign, then the charges will not stick.
This case rises and falls on credibility. Unfortunately for Bragg, his key witness, former Trump lawyer and so-called fixer, Michael Cohen, doesn’t have much.
If anyone has first-hand knowledge to back up Bragg’s theory that Trump paid off Daniels to protect his political aspirations, it would be Cohen, who has already testified before the grand jury. He was the apparent conduit through which Trump paid Daniels. And he existed inside Trump’s inner circle for years as a trusted – if not derided – employee.
If the Manhattan DA had any brains, he will tell Cohen to stay home.
After all, he’s a convicted liar.
In December of 2018, Cohen plead guilty in Manhattan federal court to campaign finance violations for coordinating a payment to Daniels and another woman with whom Trump was alleged to have had an affair.
A letter, obtained by DailyMail.com, shows Cohen’s lawyer informing the Federal Election Commission in 2018 that Trump wasn’t involved in the hush money scheme.
The letter reads quote: ‘Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed Mr. Cohen for the payment directly or indirectly.’
The obvious question for Cohen is: where you lying then, or are you lying now?
Last week, Cohen’s former legal adviser, Robert Costello, testified before the grand jury. After he left the court, he told the media that he informed the jurors that Cohen, ‘couldn’t tell the truth if you put a gun to his head.’
Cohen also plead guilty to concealing more than $4 million in personal income from the IRS and lying to a bank to secure a home loan.
Nancy Pelosi mocked over major error in her tweet about Trump indictment
Rep. Nancy Pelosi was ridiculed on Twitter Thursday over her reaction to the indictment of former President Donald Trump — as she appeared to butcher a key principle of criminal law.
“The Grand Jury has acted upon the facts and the law,” Pelosi, 83, wrote in her post.
“No one is above the law, and everyone has the right to a trial to prove innocence,” she added. “Hopefully, the former President will peacefully respect the system, which grants him that right.”
Her failure to recognize that Trump is granted the presumption of innocence, one of the most basic requirements of a fair trial and an internationally recognized human right by the United Nations, sparked criticism on the social media platform.
“We don’t have to prove our innocence in America, Mrs. Pelosi,” Harmeet Dhillon, a former Trump campaign legal adviser, gently informed the California Democrat in a Twitter post.
In a much more forceful reaction, conservative radio talk show host Mark Levin derided Pelosi as a “moron” and a “Stalinist” over her post.
“Stalinist Pelosi. Prove innocent? It’s innocent until proven guilty, moron. Or at least used to be,” Levin raged.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) echoed Levin, tweeting, “The right to ‘prove innocence’? This is America, not Stalinist Russia.”
Rep. Kat Cammack (R-Fla.) rebuked the former House speaker, calling her view of the justice system “warped.”
“Weird, I thought the standard was ‘innocent until proven guilty.’ Welcome to Biden and Pelosi’s warped America…” she wrote in a tweet.
Tom Fitton, the president of right-wing watchdog group Judicial Watch, argued the tweet “confirms” Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case against Trump is “malicious.”
“Pelosi confirms malicious political prosecution by suggesting Trump is guilty until proven innocent!” Fitton wrote on Twitter.