Corporate media says ratings clearly show American hatred of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton far more relevant to Americans than starving kids in America.
|Americans are more interested in these two hated sociopaths than starving kids.|
"Here are the numbers. They really speak for themselves as far as what the American people are interested in watching," declared corporate media veteran Roger Ailes, former chief sex offender at Fox News.
Ailes continued, "Reporting on starving kids keeps ratings in the tens of thousands, which is very poor. Ratings for stories on Trump and Hillary are in the millions, which is where all the money from sponsors is."
"Americans don't want to be depressed by stories reminding them of starving kids in the most wealthy country on the planet. Americans want superficial stories about two terrible human beings," explained Ailes, who also claimed to be an expert on terrible humans.
Ailes was asked what other stories American did not want to hear about over the ongoing train
wreck of the 2016 presidential election.
"Hunger, poverty, our broken and amoral for-profit healthcare system, and anything else that may be wrong with America are all pretty taboo subjects," replied Ailes.