It should come as no surprise that CNN's viewership is going downhill. CNN ratings sink even lower after James O'Keefe destroys them. President Trump has pulled no punches when it comes to taking shots at #FakeNews CNN or #FraudNewsNetwork. Then at the end of the month James O'Keefe delivered them the death blow which made us wonder, is this the end of CNN?

Per The Gateway Pundit:

For the month of May, CNN averaged 821,000 viewers per hour throughout the entire day and 1.12 million total viewers during the prime time hours.  Comparably, FOX News averaged 1.42 million viewers per hour throughout the entire day and 2.24 million viewers during prime time, or twice as many viewers during prime time hours as CNN.

By the end of June, due to CNN being caught in a number of ‘fake news’ stories, its numbers dropped significantly.

On Wednesday June 28th CNN’s numbers dropped to only 666,000 TV viewers throughout the day and only 882,000 viewers during primetime.  These pathetic numbers were roughly 80% of May’s monthly average for total day TV viewers and prime time viewers or 20% down.

FOX News on the other hand, had TV viewership that was up from May with 1.705 million total viewers daily per hour average and 2.647 viewers during prime time for an increase of roughly 20%.

CNN (or #FNN) was body slammed by President Trump and Project Veritas for their fake news reporting and it has taken a toll:

It looks like creating fake news is costing CNN big-time in the ratings game. Once the nation realized that the Trump-Russia conspiracy stories on CNN were strictly a ratings grab, they've started looking elsewhere for their news.

It looks like President Trump finally took down the #FraudNewsNetwork. Here is video footage of when he took them down.

Like and share this story if you think we are near the end of CNN.

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