Jill Biden Humiliated After ‘Special’ Bombs
Jill Biden’s appearance on CNN Primetime was an abysmal failure, showing that even when media giants like CNN try to prop up the Biden administration with extravagant puff pieces, the American people simply aren’t buying it.
The unique, branded “Jill Biden Abroad”, featured an interview with CNN White House correspondent Arlette Saenz that failed to attract viewers. Their plan to keep stuffing the First Lady down our throats isn’t working.
According to Fox News, the show averaged a dismal 368,000 total viewers compared to 2.7 million for Fox News’ “Hannity” and 2.3 million for MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show.” It was CNN’s worst weekday performance at 9 p.m. since June 17, 2022, except Christmas Eve, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
But that’s not all. The target demographic of adults aged 25-54 watched in even smaller numbers, with only 84,000 tuning in. To make matters worse, Biden’s appearance was even outwatched by reruns of shows like “Friends” on TBS and “Gunsmoke” on TV Land Classics.
This is a worrying sign for the Biden Administration, as Jill Biden was supposed to be the relatable and admirable face of the Biden administration. But the fact that few are tuning in to see what she has to say about the administration shows that the American people aren’t interested.
What’s more, it’s not just Jill Biden who’s failing to attract attention. Her husband Joe Biden has been embarrassing himself in front of cameras more and more frequently, and his blunders have become a regular feature of the news. From falling to inappropriate comments, he never fails to put on a show. It’s clear that the Biden administration isn’t resonating with the American people, and that’s something that should concern them. Strengthening her side by generating conversations that produce hate seems to be her tactic to reach fame.
CNN Adds Another Major Failure to the Books as Jill Biden's Primetime Special Bombs Spectacularly https://t.co/UHQiBxc6kd
— RedState (@RedState) March 8, 2023