Kayleigh McEnany’s Hit Show ‘Outnumbered’, Receives AMAZING News, As It Surpasses All Shows Found On CNN & MSNBC
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The left wing conglomerate of media companies collectively referred to as the mainstream media has been going through all sorts of turmoil lately. This turmoil has been greeted with a fair amount of cheering by many, this author included. The latest hit comes, appropriately enough, courtesy of former White House Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany and her new show, “Outnumbered”. The aptly titled show has been outnumbering most, if not all of the shows on offer from the mainstream media.
It is now being reported by Analyzing America that:
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Fox News host Kayleigh McEnany of “Outnumbered” is ranked 18th among all cable original telecasts with an audience of roughly 1.9 million.
The show, which airs on weekdays at noon Eastern, surpassed all CNN or MSNBC shows.
Analyzing America further reported that:
CNN’s “Erin Burnett Outfront” was ranked 29th while MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber” was ranked 41st. Those were the left-wing networks’ closest competitors.
In August, “Outnumbered” was ranked in the top 10 cable news programs for average viewers.
It was further reported by Western Journal that:
Fellow regular co-hosts on the program include Harris Faulkner and Emily Compagno with other Fox News channel personalities rotating through.
There is always one male guest panelist on “Outnumbered,” hence the name.
Several of the other programs in the top 20 on Thursday were from Fox News, including “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” “The Five,” “Jesse Watters Primetime,” “Hannity,” “America Reports,” “America’s Newsroom” and “The Faulkner Focus.”
The Western Journal went on to report that:
There were no CNN or MSNBC shows in the top 20.
Deadline reported that McEnany joined Fox News in March 2021 and soon thereafter was named co-host of “Outnumbered,” which launched in the spring of 2014.
The former Trump White House press secretary made headlines last week after calling out Democratic Georgia gubernatorial Stacey Abrams who claimed an unborn baby does not have a heartbeat at six weeks into the pregnancy.
McEnany cited multiple respected health institutions on Friday that contradict the candidate, including the National Library of Medicine, the March of Dimes, the U.K.’s National Health Service and the Mayo Clinic.
“So all these institutions that the left loves, that [Dr. Anthony] Fauci … I would assume bows down to — we no longer take them as credible because Stacey Abrams, a lunatic Democrat candidate, said something crazy,” McEnany said.
So, this has been just the latest in a series of wallops to the main stream media and its whole infrastructure. We reported about a week and a half ago that British pundit Kevin O’Leary went after CNN host Don Lemon on his own show regarding some courageously stupid comments Lemon made regarding reparations. We also reported on former CNN host and current actual egg, Brian Stelter and his unceremonious forced departure from CNN, courtesy of new CNN President Chris Licht.
Back in August, we reported on the absolute failure that was the launch of CNN’s streaming service, CNN+. At that time, we reported that CNN had to shut down their streaming service after they spent roughly $300 million on the failed streaming service.