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MSNBC’s Joy Reid Has Lowest-Rated Month Ever, Sheds 51% Of Debut Audience From 2020

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MSNBC host Joy Reid’s “ReidOut” finished April with its smallest monthly audience in the far-left program’s nearly two-year history.

“ReidOut” averaged 1.1 million viewers during the news-heavy month, a 31% decline from April of last year. She also shed 11% of viewers who tuned in last month and a staggering 51% compared to the show’s debut month of July 2020.

“ReidOut” has also lost 57% of her total audience among the advertiser-coveted demographic of adults age 25-54 since the program launched in July 2020, finishing April with a dismal demo average of only 124,000 viewers. “ReidOut” viewership during April was MSNBC’s least-watched month during the weeknight 7 p.m. hour among the critical demo since July 2015.

During April, every single Fox News Channel weekday program – including “FOX & Friends First” which airs from 4-6 a.m. ET – outdrew “The ReidOut.”

Reid’s may not have attracted many viewers during the month of April, but she certainly made headlines with a series of outlandish comments.

This week she suggested Elon Musk “missed” South Africa’s apartheid, in a rant against the Tesla CEO and incoming Twitter owner. Along with her guest Jason Johnson, “The ReidOut” host trashed Musk while mocking conservatives as “outsiders to the culture” who were going to miss being able to bully “smart” liberals leaving Twitter.

Reid also declared conservatives on Twitter want to be able “punch people in the face” and then laugh about it.

This week, Reid caused a stir for claiming Black children associated with retired NFL player Jack Brewer’s foundation were subjected to child abuse when pictured with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, R., during the signing of a ban on critical race theory curriculum.

Brewer told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Tuesday the youth pictured with the governor are “children of God” who do not deserve to be publicly attacked on national television by the left-wing commentator. He called for Reid to either apologize or potentially face a defamation suit.

Earlier this month she suggested ending mask mandates was letting “a-holes win,” and she has also posted a video on her TikTok a… (Read more)

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