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Brian Stelter of CNN is on the verge of losing his job.

His constant pandering and whining have finally caught up with him, and his viewership is plummeting.

MASSIVE…I mean.

Until Brian Stelter sickening attempt to gain favor with the Biden administration by “begging” Jen Psaki for advice on how to better align his show with White House talking points.

Shameless hack indeed.

Stelter has lost 72% of his audience… Is it even possible to accomplish that and stay on the air at the same time?

According to The Daily Wire reports:

The latest episode of Stelter’s show failed to attract 1 million viewers for the 11th week in a row. A mere 752,000 total viewers tuned in to watch Stelter critique the media — usually heavily focused on the more successful Fox News — on Sunday. That’s down from a peak of 2.7 million viewers following the January 6 Capitol riot.

CNN’s ratings have steadily contracted ever since the breach breathed life into its sagging viewership. Stelter attracted 1.3 million viewers in February, 1.02 million in March, 917,000 in April, and 836,000 in May.

Stelter’s numbers look worse when measured by audience members who belong to advertisers’ most coveted demographic, the 25-to-54-year-old viewer. Only 129,000 people among that cash-rich cohort watched.

The ratings flop cannot be chalked up to a lack of interest in coverage of the media. “Reliable Sources,” which features Stelter providing commentary on the state of the mass media, airs in the same time slot as Fox News Channel’s “Media Buzz,” featuring former CNN host Howie Kurtz.  FNC’s media-focused show won an audience of 1.1 million, with 185,000 in the key television demographic.

There’s a part of you that truly feels sorry for Brian…

But then you recall what an unlikable, pompous lackey he is, and you feel less guilty and more relieved to watch him burn in commie flames.

Sources: waynedupree.com, dailywire.com.

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