Maddow vs Kelly

Maddow vs Kelly

MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show virtually tied Fox News’ Kelly File in the key 25-54 demographic on Wednesday, the third time this month in which Maddow has tied or beaten Megyn Kelly’s show in the all-important demo as MSNBC viewership has risen steadily through the summer. [reference article below]

Warning: This will require some thought. Thought past offense. Don’t worry King County Courts have already destroyed the church I use to preach at.

The reason the Rachel Maddow’s show is gaining on the Kelly File is because the distinction between Ms. Maddow and Ms. Kelly is closing. The more Mrs. Kelly becomes Ms. Kelly the less there is a difference.

but that if a woman has long hair, it is her glory? For long hair is given to her as a covering. (1 Corinthians 11:15)

Lesson: Web search Mrs. Kelly and you will note the hair length unto Ms. Kelly.

Bonus: This is why when God begins to judge the world …Therefore the Lord will bring sores on the heads of the women of Zion; the Lord will make their scalps bald. (Isaiah 3:17)

Opinion unto righteousness / Timothy Williams /

Friday.19.August.2016 / Enumclaw Washington

Article Reference

(—This week’s ratings break a trend set during previous absences by the Fox host. On August 20 of last year, while Kelly was on vacation and Maddow was on, Kelly File dominated the Rachel Maddow Show, pulling in 453,000 viewers in the demo to MSNBC’s 174,000.

On March 23, when Kelly was again absent and Maddow was on, Kelly File drew 505,000 viewers in the demo to Maddow’s 380,000.

Fox News is still the most-watched cable news network, but MSNBC has enjoyed a significant bump this summer. The network’s primetime lineup beat CNN in both total viewers and the key demo to land at No. 2 overall in the second quarter of this year, and Maddow’s 9 p.m. show also beat CNN in both total viewers and in the demo. July marked the 38th straight month that Maddow has beaten CNN in total viewers.

In fact, according to Adweek, July marked MSNBC’s most-watched month in nearly four years, with triple digit surges in both total viewers and the demo over July 2015. And it wasn’t just Maddow’s show outperforming expectations; All in with Chris Hayes and The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell also saw big gains over last year.