The Fox News Ratings Catastrophe is Real and Growing Fast

First, we had Brexit, the movement for Britain to pull itself out of the globalist European Union. Then we had Blexit, the movement for black Americans to divorce themselves from the Democrat Party plantation. And now we have #Foxit, following Fox News’ disastrous election coverage and subsequent lap-dogging for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

This meme of the Hindenburg disaster with the Fox News logo on the side of the ill-fated zeppelin is pretty appropriate, following Fox’s decision to stab its main audience directly in the back. Just the other day, the Trump-hating Neil Cavuto literally cut away from White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s press conference because he “couldn’t verify” what she was saying.

A producer at Fox News actually cut Sean Hannity’s exclusive interview with an election fraud whistleblower at the last second, without explanation.

Such losers.

Anyway, the #Foxit hashtag is trending on social media right now. Fox News’ ratings have plunged pretty much like the Hindenburg ever since they made that early (and very likely false) call for Arizona on election night.

The situation has gotten so bad that Fox has now hired a crisis management PR firm to try to pull themselves out of the fire that they started. Good luck with that, Fox.


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