That wasn’t the first time Cavuto allowed guests to talk over each other without his intervening.
When this happens I usually wonder WHO finds it appealing enough to keep watching? Is it the scrubbed version of the Springer audience that prefers its brawls to be rhetorical? Is there such a demographic?
I end up believing that Ailes and those who run the network think it proves they are “balanced” or some such thing.
It’s weird because nothing is more certain to get me to turn it off than these talkover spats. Not that I’m likely to turn it on much these days.
posted on 08/04/2013 7:41:31 AM PDT
I usually wonder WHO finds it appealing enough to keep watching? Is it the scrubbed version of the Springer audience that prefers its brawls to be rhetorical?...
I'm like you. I find it unwatchable. I turn it off when it comes on.
I'd bet there is huge pressure from "up above" to be more "fair and balanced". I don't need to listen to Leftists lie land spout phony "facts" and drown out honest information from people I want to hear. I'm outta there!
posted on 08/04/2013 12:37:10 PM PDT
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