From the Department of Sentences That Aren’t True

You are all terrible / AP

Over at Politico, Dylan Byers points out that MSNBC is hemorrhaging viewers and ad revenue. Nobody, it seems, is watching MSNBC. But he concludes his post on an odd note:

There are a few powerful brands [at MSNBC] that are worth maintaining — Rachel Maddow, Chris Matthews, Morning Joe — but the rest is in need of a restart.

I mean, I guess they are brands insofar as some very small number of people know who those people/shows are. But to suggest that they’re “powerful” or “worth maintaining” is just short of journalistic malpractice. Let’s go to the numbers!

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