Kamala Harris finally stopped cackling when she learned the hard way that no one is interested in what she has to say

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Kamala Harris is one of the most unpopular Vice Presidents in American history. 

But the woman who stands one heartbeat away from the Presidency has never believed that to be true. 

And Kamala Harris finally stopped cackling when she learned the hard way that no one is interested in what she has to say. 

America disapproves of Biden and Harris

According to Real Clear Politics, only 39.8% of Americans approve of the job Biden is doing as President compared to 56.9% who disapprove. 

However, there’s someone with an even worse approval rating than Joe Biden.

And that is Vice President Kamala Harris. 

Nate Silver’s 538 – a left-wing political website – shows Harris’ approval aggregate at -17.4, with only 36.3% of Americans approving of the job she’s doing as Vice President. 

With those types of embarrassing numbers, it’s a major mystery as to why CNN thought Harris was the woman to turn around their own rating woes. 

America disapproves of CNN

But that is exactly what the brain trust inside the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia seemed to believe. 

While the network has struggled in the ratings department for years, the problems have only worsened in recent weeks. 

According to Neilsen numbers for the week of January 15 through January 21, CNN had an average of just 538,000 nightly viewers in the 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. block.

And those low numbers come despite the fact that the week included the Iowa Caucus. 

To put that number into perspective, the Dan Bongino Show and Steven Crowder’s Louder with Crowder routinely pull-in 600,000 to 1.2 million viewers for each episode on Rumble alone. 

But if CNN’s new CEO, former New York Times and BBC head honcho Mark Thompson, thought the failing border czar would spike a rating, then he was sorely mistaken. 

If an interview happens on CNN and no one tunes in to watch it, did it really happen?

CNN decided to air a sit-down interview with Harris during prime-time hours. 

Neilson reported a meager 332,000 total viewers tuned in to hear what she had to say. 

And if that wasn’t embarrassing enough, the interview only scored 72,000 viewers in the coveted 25 to 54 demographic.

Harris’ prime-time interview on CNN was defeated in the ratings by almost everything. 

History Channel and INSP finished ahead of Harris and CNN. 

INSP shows old western movies and television shows. 

It was started back in 1991 as a non-profit Christian station founded by Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker.

After 2010, the program switched over to classic westerns.

And now more people watch it than watch the second most powerful person in the world talk on CNN. 

However, INSP executives shouldn’t be too excited about the feat, as Harris and CNN set a pretty low bar to jump over.  

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.