Just like the Biden administration, CNN has constantly been working on trying and figuring out why their ratings are declining. Before President Joe Biden, outlets like CNN relied heavily on hurling false claims at former President Donald Trump to boost their viewership. But now that he isn’t in office anymore, CNN is finding it incredibly hard to report on the news when it appears the party causing the most chaos is the one they support. Not only have the Democrats backed Biden on every front, but they also pushed outlandish mandates and hysteria surrounding COVID-19. 

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Recently, Brian Stelter spoke on the issue surrounding COVID-19 and how many Americans continue to act as if life is normal. Even though the media constantly reported and debated on the pandemic, Stelter pointed out in the video below that the general public doesn’t seem to be interested in the media’s portrayal of COVID-19. 

Chiming in, CNN’s own Oliver Darcy was sure not to put too much blame at the feet of the media but suggested that people are just blatantly ignoring what is being reported. “I think this is an issue because if people are tuning out what’s going on in cable news…the general population ..you know, they’re just, you know, ignoring everything and living their lives, and we’re not really getting the information that they need to them.”

While the Biden administration and CNN continue to circulate news around COVID-19 and the new Omicron variant, it appears Americans are finally moving on. 

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