Readership of pro-establishment media sinks

With the fast decline in approval ratings of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, establishment media’s online readership has been collapsing. According to Comscore data, the Hill Washington Post, New York Times, Politico, Wall Street Journal, CNN, and Vox Media have already lost a large percentage of monthly unique visitors since Donald Trump led the nations. It may be mentioned here that Donald Trump predicted in 2017 stating “because without me, their ratings are going down the tubes”. And now the prophecy of Trump is becoming true.

According to Breitbart, Politico’s readership has reportedly declined the greatest at 48 percent. The Washington Post’s page views are reportedly fewer by 28 percent, followed by the New York Times 15 percent, the Wall Street Journal and Vox Media at nine percent.

As Trump is canceled on Twitter and Facebook, reducing his ability to immediately create a headline for the establishment media to print, the amount of the Washington Post’s digital subscribers has reportedly declined by nearly 300,000.

According to Comscore data, only three of the Washington Post’s ten most-read articles on the home page in 2021 were political coverage. Whereas in 2019, just about all the 50 most-read articles on the home page were political “news”.

Traffic from nonsubscribers to the Washington Post has also reportedly decreased 35 percent in the last two years. “Active subscribers are coming less often, and when they do come, they consume fewer pageviews,” a Post internal document reported stated.

Meanwhile, pro-Democratic Party propaganda machines are witnessing fast decline in readership as people have already started expressing outrage at the culture of biased reporting and falsely promoting Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and even scandalous individuals such as Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib as well as the Islamist-Socialist squad within the Democratic Party.

Another date shows, readers are becoming increasing allergic towards reading promotional or propaganda contents about Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Michelle Obama.

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