Wednesday Links and Open Thread

  • Tuesday’s numbers: Maddow-Sean Hannity-Tucker Carlson 1-2-3.
  • Zucker play: Actual CNN headline.  Help wanted: An EP for Megyn.
  • Fox seeks sanctions against Tantaros for falsehoods in ‘hoax’ lawsuit.
  • Tara Palmeri joins CNN as ‘political analyst’.  Chanel Carmona upped.
  • Battaglio: Three reasons Fox News ratings dominance has taken a hit.
  • Hannity backs off Seth Rich case.  Jarrett: What is Mueller investigating?
  • Tucker videos: on Russia; on Manchester coverage.

31 thoughts on “Wednesday Links and Open Thread”

  1. Good interview with Concha. The terrorists could set off a nuke, and CNN and MSNBC would still prattle on about Trump and his alleged friends Boris and Natasha.

  2. Glad I DVR’d Tucker and some other shows last night. After I check out if Iris West has been really killed by Savatar, I must find if Mr. Concha can bring some sense into the multiverse.

    • His review of CNN and MSNBC coverage choices last night should make anyone there hang heads in shame. I don’t think anyone is capable of that though.

      • My father had a stereo, radio, liquor cabinet combo that took up a whole wall.

        To his delight, I was embarrassed by it as a teenage, but would give anything now if I had kept it.

        He always said that he wanted to be buried in it, and he certainly could have fit.

  3. I have to say I like Gregg Jarrett’s legal discussions. They seem very straight forward to me. I am not a lawyer but as a lay person he sure makes issues easy to understand.

    • Jarrett made an amazing comeback. He was arrested for being drunk at an airport and looked like he was a skid row bum. He must have cleaned up his act. He is very smart.

      • I think he had taken some prescribed medication and somebody thought he was drunk when actually he wasn’t. I do remember he had a couple days’ growth of beard on his face so it wasn’t a good visual, as they say.

  4. We need to do the liberal cable news Jedi mind trick to erase thoughts of something being wrong with Islam that in these modern time serves as justification for the barbarism of the middle ages over and over and over again.

  5. Looks like FNC was kind of back to normal in ratings position last night with two notes: Hannity and O’ Donnell were close and the Five at 9 seems to be a weak link still.

    • The great thing about The Five is how cheap a program it is to produce. Just 5 talking heads spouting off.

      • Still worked better at 5pmet than 9pmet ; also but it cheaper than Beck was or Megyn was for FNC…

  6. Today’s most popular links:
    5 Tara Palmeri
    4 investigating
    3 CNN headline
    2 sanctions against Tantaros
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Battaglio: Three reasons Fox News ratings dominance has taken a hit.

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