CNN’s “Reliable Sources” with left-wing host Brian Stelter had its smallest audience of 2021 on Sunday, failing to surpass 600,000 viewers for the first time.
Stelter’s program averaged a dismal 583,000 viewers, shedding another 10% from the previous week which was also among the struggling program’s worst turnouts of the year. “Reliable Sources” has now failed to average 800,000 viewers for a staggering 12 straight weeks.
“Reliable Sources,” which bills itself as a program that examines the media industry on a weekly basis, has essentially emerged as an hour of conservative bashing. Stelter completely ignored MSNBC getting banned from the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, instead spending time interviewing “1619 Project” author Nikole Hannah-Jones and ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl about their books.
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