Audiences who watched Tuesday’s “The Bachelor” episode in Detroit were shocked to see that the results were incorrectly displayed on the screen of next week’s presidential election.
When the reality show started theatrical performance between Clare and Yosef, the audience entered social media and noticed that WXYZ-TV appeared to accidentally announce the 2020 election results during the broadcast on the left side of the screen. The display shows that President Donald Trump defeated his opponent Joe Biden in the state. It also shows predictions for several other local games, even though it is only a week away from election day.
WXYZ-TV told Fox News in a statement that the results were randomly generated during a system test used on actual election day that they misbroadcast during the “Bachelor”
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The network said in a statement: “Last night, during the “bachelor” period, WXYZ inadvertently aired election results graphics as part of our testing of the system we will use during the election night coverage.” The results shown-the presidential campaign, the Senate campaign, and many congressional campaigns are only part of the test, not the actual results. In Michigan, there is no vote count before election day.
The statement continued: “The displayed results were randomly generated by the system we used for testing. We apologize for the error and any confusion caused by this. We take this matter very seriously and have taken steps to ensure that this happens again. Happening.”
The audience was puzzled by seeing the network saying that with 100% of the votes reportedly, Trump won 50% of the votes than Biden-considering that most of the votes have not even been cast, this is not Real, let alone forget it.
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According to a recent poll by Fox News, Biden is actually far ahead in Michigan.
The wrong broadcast also showed that Republican challenger John James defeated Democratic U.S. Senator Gary Peters by 50-46%, and Democratic U.S. Representative Elisha Slotkin defeated Republican candidate Paul Jung 5-256 %,even more.
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Some people noticed on social media that the error was serious, some called for investigations into whether the station was hacked, and one user alleged that displaying the results as soon as possible meant suppressing voters in an extremely important state of swing.