Chuck Todd on Chopping Block

How the once powerful are falling. In this particular instance, it is true that the “once mighty” was never ever mighty in the first instance.

“Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd took the reins of the legendary NBC Sunday show the 7th of September, 2014, following numerous unsuccessful hosts assuming the helm after the sudden death of the host Tim Russert in 2008. Russert was revered and loved t and respected by Democrats as well as Republicans alike. Particularly those who showed up on MTP in a state of utter confusion for a questioning session by Russert. Russert was as tough as nails, but fair.

Similar to the scandalized Dan Rather, who was hired to fill in the shoes of the legendary “CBS Evening News” anchor Walter Cronkite, but was eventually fired for airing false documents critical of George Bush's work within the Texas Air National Guard, Todd's left-wing inclination is said to have caused the MTP host to be close to the brink of being fired, as top NBC executives continue to attempt to “fix” MTP's miserable ratings catastrophe. As reported through The New York Post, an unknown “Meet the Press” source complained in the Daily Beast: 

What is the point at which people are able to say “Maybe it's just not the cause?”

The “face” rests atop the “progressive” shoulders of, as Rush Limbaugh called him, “F. Chuck Todd.”

Sources informed the Daily Beast's “Confider” newsletter that Todd has “baffled many at NBC with how long he's remained atop the struggling show.” David Gelles, an ex-CNN employee who was recently appointed to his role as executive producer on “Meet the Press,” was reportedly tapped to repair the MTP ratings decline, with viewers dropping by 21% when compared to the previous year.

Comedy Central's “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah even took a shot at Todd when he hosted The White House Correspondents Dinner:

“Chuck Todd is here. Chuck are you here? How are you doing? I'd like to ask you a follow-up question but I'm sure that you don't know what they are.”

This is similar to CNN's insufferable right-winger Brian Stelter eventually being thrown out of the building in the name of “The Most Trusted Name in News”; Todd appears to be headed to the curb too.

So do you think Chuck Todd's destiny is sealed? According to the Post, NBC News White House reporter Kristen Welker is “being groomed to replace Todd” in the event that he is eliminated from the “Meet with the Depressed” seat, according to NBC insiders. Welker is also expected to extend her hosting duties in the lead-up to the midterm elections in 2022.

“Meet the Press” is the longest-running show on television that first aired in 1947. Todd has been anchoring MTP since 2014.

Its bottom line is:

The reports of Todd's possibly leaving “Meet the Press” is another sign of “mainstream” media brass finally realizing that Profit is important. Bottom line the literal meaning of that bottom line which is the responsibility and profitability to shareholders. Left-wing media sock puppets , like Stelter and Todd, are not profitable anymore. They are the main cause “legacy” news outlet ratings continue to swell in the drain.

As Stelter and CNN before his time, F. Chuck Todd is finally getting the deserved boot.

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