Over at Front Page, they’re discussing the impending and richly deserved demise of CNN;

CNN’s effort to launch CNN+, a paid streaming service, at a time when its core ratings are crashing is confusing observers who wonder why the news network thinks people will pay for CNN when they won’t even watch it for free.

CNN President Jeff Zucker billed CNN+ as being for “CNN superfans, news junkies and fans of quality non-fiction programming.”

The existence of CNN superfans is as improbable as Bigfoot and UFOs. No one has ever spotted a CNN superfan in the wild and not even the most exotic zoos have them in stock.

News junkies certainly exist, but they don’t bother with CNN which doesn’t offer news.

Among some of the names dropped are Chris Cuomo and Chris Wallace.

They mention how CNN’s ratings dropped even further when Cuomo was exiled. What they fail to mention however, did those numbers go down because Cuomo is gone, or for the finally revealed reason for his being gone?

Frankly I don’t believe for a second that Chris Cuomo was much of a draw. I think the drop in numbers is disgust among what’s left of CNN’s viewers when they realized the game that was being played by CNN and by Cuomo.

It’s interesting that the Front Page article mentions the widely held belief that Wallace was brought in to replace Cuomo, which turned out to be false.
Apparently, even CNN recognizes that he’s not going to be able to keep the place afloat, put into prime time.

The thing they haven’t figured out yet of course is that nothing will.

The numbers continue to show that America has caught on to the idea of the Trump was right about CNN. They are fake news.

Which by the way, is as good an indication of what’s going to go on in the next couple of elections as we can point to.