As with all bullies, the talk-show fellow has no go-to other than self-debasing fulmination when genuinely and consistently challenged, when people come to the moment when they say they will not be bullied any longer and show that they mean it. The man may, as he promises, replace his scores of fleeing sponsors, but he'll never be the same. The new ones will, he knows, scrutinize his words at a depth he has never before been forced to endure. He has been deeply wounded no matter how much money he has shored up because people such as he is do not live for money and the toys it buys. They live for that next-to-delirious sense in their chests and in their stomachs that they they direct, that they're untouchable.
Even the Second War's S.S., arguably the last century's most feared and routinely destructive bully boys, had no idea what to do when, in numbers of southern French towns, Jewish leaders told them to go to hell when they demanded lists. Where Jewish leaders told Germans to drop dead, upwards of 80% had time to take to the hills and survive; so reports Hannah Arendt in her seminal Eichmann in Jerusalem. The fact that many --not nearly all -- of those Jewish leaders sacrificed themselves is besides the point; they stood up, Nazis stood down.
While the on-air misogynist is no Nazi, bullies such as he is, bullies such as those who ran in wild, madding packs to join the S.S., those who now in cowardice flee contemporary culture to join the kinds of hate groups I discussed here Friday...they are all fundamentally weak people.
What success they have relies on your timidity.
If you read no other book on the nature of Evil, read this one, Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on The Banality of Evil, by Hannah Arendt.