Fox News’ ratings have dropped a whopping 40% since the November 3 election as a result of their anti-Trump bias.
But based on their coverage of Joe Biden’s inauguration, apparently some of the network’s hosts still haven’t gotten the message.
And CNN may be looking to hire Chris Wallace after what he just said about conservatives.
The way Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace treated President Trump during the first debate kicked off an anti-Trump bias at the network.
The network then prematurely called Arizona for Joe Biden, projected that Democrats would gain seats in the House of Representatives – a projection that turned out to be wrong as Democrats ended up losing seats in the House – and attacked President Trump for legally contesting the results of the election based on allegations of widespread voter fraud committed by Democrats on November 3.
And Fox News’ Chris Wallace just took the network’s leftwing drift to a new level when he called Joe Biden’s inaugural address the greatest inaugural speech he’d ever heard going all the way back to JFK’s 1961 inaugural address.
But then Chris Wallace said something about conservatives like Sean Hannity, Jeanine Pirro and Lou Dobbs that may have CNN looking to hire him in the near future.
“There’s one other thing he said that I think especially us in the media must note. He said that there is truth and there are lies, lies that are told for power and lies that are told for profit.
I think it was a call to all of us, whether it’s us on the air, on cable or broadcast, whether it’s us on social media, on our Twitter accounts, understanding that we have to deal from facts, from the truth, to hear each other out, as he said, a right to disagree, but not a right to violence,” Wallace stated, seemingly praising Biden for calling out individuals who lied for profit during his speech.
Of course, even though Wallace didn’t name any names, which would violate network policy, it’s apparent he was referring to conservative personalities in the media like Hannity, Pirro and Dobbs who covered President Trump’s allegations of widespread voter fraud unlike the Fake News Media who ignored and smeared him over it.
With Fox News trying to recover the lost 40% of their audience, maybe Chris Wallace will be moving over to CNN in the very near future.