Skip to comments.MSNBC’s test ‘misfire’ airs results in Florida race for governor a day early
Posted on 11/06/2018 7:57:22 AM PST by DFG
MSNBC called the race early by a day.
Modal TriggerThe graphic shown by MSNBC. The graphic shown by MSNBC.MSNBC The cable news channel got ahead of itself Monday evening when it put a graphic onscreen showing the results of the Florida governors race roughly 24 hours before polls in the Sunshine State even closed.
The graphic showed Democrat Andrew Gillum defeating former GOP Rep. Ron DeSantis by 49.4 percent to 48.8 percent with 99 percent of the precincts reporting.
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HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM..........................A Freudian slip OR a INTENTIONAL one..........................
They announced their dream result! No bias there!
Didn’t Dan Rather go crazy one year ,LOL
I’m less likely than ever to dismiss conspiracy theories.
Funny they do this every election and it is always the democrat winning.
Suggests they know what the results will be after the DNC “Special Sauce” (aka Voter Fraud) is applied.
Yeah, they just hate it when that happens. /s
This is MSNBC. No surprise.
Well at least there’s no bias there!! :)
Why don’t they just start reporting on what the new majority dems will do in the house?
I must be super psychic. I knew the results before I even read past the headline.
EVERY. EFFING. TIME.
And yet again these “accidents” just mysteriously always seem to be in favor of Democrats. I’m sure this is just another coincidence.
Any accidental “snipers wanted” graphics up again lately?
Im less likely than ever to dismiss conspiracy theories.
Why the specifics?
If you’re just testing out the GUI for the graphical output you could throw in some random numbers
I think it will be close.
If Gollum wins, it will be by a hairs whisker. They got that right.
The only reason to “call” an election before ballots are cast is to suppress Republican turnout, and they certainly know and understand this.
F’rs are pure evil.
Regardless.... ain’t gonna happen!
And they could just use non-candidate names/photos.
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