CNN has been at the forefront lately of trying to get Joe Rogan canceled and as U.S. House Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) noted today, ratings could certainly be playing a big factor.
As we have been documenting, CNN’s ratings have been in a freefall since Donald Trump left office in January 2021.
Last month, it was reported that viewership at the network has plummeted by as much as 90% from last year in both overall audience and in advertiser-coveted 25-to-54 demographic.
In a viral tweet, Jordan pointed out, “Joe Rogan’s podcast attracts an estimated 11 million people per episode.”
“That’s more than all of CNN’s daily shows combined. No wonder why the Left is out to get him,” Jordan declared.
Joe Rogan’s podcast attracts an estimated 11 million people per episode.— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) February 12, 2022
That’s more than all of CNN’s daily shows combined.
No wonder why the Left is out to get him.
A recent CNN opinion piece lambasted the podcaster and suggested, “Enter at your risk or pleasure (or both), but don’t pretend that you don’t know what you’re listening to.”
Rogan recently took aim at “dishonest” CNN and other legacy media outlets and accused them of taking an “editorial perspective” toward his podcast in an attempt to “silence me” and censor his show.
Of CNN media reporters Brian Stelter and primetime host Don Lemon, Rogan said, “Stop this editorial perspective with guys like Brian Stelter and Don Lemon that nobody listens to.”
“Nobody is, like, chiming in saying, ‘Oh yeah, finally we get the voice of reason.’ Nobody thinks that,” Rogan explained.
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