Obama Wins! CBS Affiliate Reports 2012 Election Results Weeks Early.

Obama Wins! CBS Affiliate Reports 2012 Election Results Weeks Early

Posted by _Featured_PoliticsMonday, October 22nd, 2012

While the 2012 presidential election is still more than two weeks away, last Friday a CBS News affiliate in Arizona displayed a graphic with a Nationwide vote count indicating that President Barack Obama was the winner.

For 17 seconds at around 3:25 pm on October 19, Phoenix, Arizona CBS News affiliate KPHO ran a graphic showing President Obama had won the Nov. 6 election over Governor Mitt Romney with 99% of the precincts reporting. The graphic appeared during an episode of “The People’s Court.”

The CBS News graphic showed Obama winning the election with 43 percent of the vote nationwide to Romney’s 40 percent — or 40,237,966 votes to 38,116,216. It is unclear who garnered the other 17 percent in the fictional election results.

2 thoughts on “Obama Wins! CBS Affiliate Reports 2012 Election Results Weeks Early.

  1. The answer for America is still God relenting and showing her Grace and Favor. What will cause God to move in our favor, when God’s people truly humble themselves and pray, repent from their wicked ways, turn from doing evil and then and only then will God hear from heaven and forgive our sins and heal our land. 2 Chronicles 7:14.

    America’s ills require a bonifide miracle and I am believing for just that … When God tells us he will heal us it does not mean we fail to VOTE any more than when He promised Israel the victory against her enemies, they still showed up and executed the actions of war and as God promised, their enemies were delivered into the hands of Israel.

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