CNN's Jim Acosta calls Fox News the 'Bullsh-t Factory'

May 2, 2021 / 545 views

CNN's Jim Acosta calls Fox News the "bullsh-t factory" and he started trending on social media because of it.

That's certainly ironic and hilarious.

It's funny because ever since Jim Acosta took over that one show on the weekends, the ratings have plummeted. What show? Oh, the one Jim Acosta left his spot at the White House for, per report:

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The CNN veteran this past weekend was set loose on new terrain. As part of an overhaul of some parts of CNN’s daytime schedule, the network gave Acosta five weekend hours across Saturday and Sunday that he hopes to turn into a place for deeper dives into important stories and longform newsmaker interviews The move gives more weekend hours to two news veterans, Acosta and Pamela Brown.  It’s his first crack at being a full-time anchor.

Fox News, the so-called "bullsh-t factory," did a report on Jim Acosta's show and revealed a big decrease in viewership.

But the decline isn’t simply a product of CNN’s brief post-election ratings bump at the beginning of the year. CNN averaged 1.247 million viewers on Saturdays between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET during all of 2020, 36% more than the average for the Acosta-anchored programs.

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Acosta’s viewership issue is worse on Sundays, when his edition of "CNN Newsroom" has averaged 710,000 viewers. That's a staggering 41% drop from the network’s average of 1.196 million viewers in the timeslot over the first three months of 2021.

CNN averaged 1.149 million viewers on Sundays between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET over 2020, indicating that Acosta has lost 38% of last year’s audience.

The numbers don’t get any brighter when focusing on the key demographic of adults between the ages of 25-54, where Acosta's program is down 40% compared to 2020 on Saturday and 43% on Sunday.

Maybe Jim Acosta should go back to badgering press secretaries instead of trying to be a host who slams other networks while his ratings suffer.

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