As Fox News Veers Left, Ratings Will Begin to Abandon Ship

As Fox News Veers Left, Ratings Will Begin to Abandon Ship

As most already know, rumors have been whispered down the lane about a meeting between Fox News Channels executive Lachlan Murdoch and Never-Trumper Paul Ryan.  In that meeting, word on the street is that the former House Speaker strongly suggested that Fox News make a clean break with President Trump in order to help the cable news network acclimate to a time when he was no longer president.  The thinking may be a little strange, considering we are not quite yet inside the campaign season for Donald Trump and it's looking more and more like he may coast to easy reelection.

The systemic changes at Fox News Channel, however, are part and parcel the fault of the very sensitive nature of the industry where Fake News dominates the landscape.  As Fox anchors struggle and wrestle with the idea that they are perceived by others in their field as somehow inferior simply due to the fact that they work for the Murdoch news empire, it has become more obvious as the years drag on and Trump is more openly hated by anchors across the Fake News spectrum that Fox news people are resenting their sublimated status.

For the first time, a Fox News Channel journalist actually garnered a Nobel prize for excellence in journalism and that has created a sort of new and emboldened sense of self.  Some of those in the daily spotlight are now speaking up about the many injustices and criminality incurred by our president and his administration and they're being lauded by other networks.

Turn to the following page to read about the slow and agonizing drift of the Fox News Channel ship to the port side as it lists in the winds of the Resistance and which threatens to overturn, with dire circumstances for both itself and its more popular talk show hosts!

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