Fox News Graphic About Senate Runoffs Has People Scrambling To Decipher It

A graphic proven on Fox News Tuesday concerning the Senate runoffs in Georgia tickled some viewers for its sheer obviousness and thriller.

The on-screen show, seen by Vox’s Aaron Rupar, flashed on throughout an exchange between Shannon Bream and Bret Baier because the election returns rolled in.

It confirmed the outcomes of a ballot during which 98% of Georgia voters contacted by Fox News stated that the significance of which social gathering controls the Senate was an element of their balloting, and a pair of% stated it was not. Duh.

But it was the “SDFG SDFG SDFG SDFG SDFG SDFG SF” under the headline that sparked the intrigue.

What does it imply?

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— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) January 6, 2021

People on Twitter, together with many who had been happy that Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock had defeated Republican Kelly Loeffler, and that Democrat Jon Ossoff was main Republican David Perdue, had theories.


— tikba ihiya 🦥 (@southerndwaal) January 6, 2021

In my opinion, SDFG would imply “So Damn F’ing Great!” however unsure that’s what Fox meant. SF: “So Fine.”

— EverBlue State (@EverblueState) January 6, 2021

Is sdfg worse than covfefe?

— ILoveTV (@TVjunkieupnorth) January 6, 2021

Q anon code

— paul moody (@swordofreason) January 6, 2021

Oh my gosh…🤣 Does anybody know what the SDFG means, although? Is it simply despondent gibberish?🥳🎉

— Be Kind (@BeKind11361044) January 6, 2021

I believe whoever has to make that was extra pissed off with the obviousness of the query than something…

— Jonas ☭ (@SocialistJonas) January 6, 2021

As in the event that they did not know

— Koptic King (@kopticking) January 6,  » Read Full Story

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