Steve Kornackis MSNBC math magic live on air becomes a virus.


We are now entering the fourth day of election day, and nerves are understandably shattered around the world as we witness a historic presidential race between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

The newscasters are working around the clock to keep viewers up to date with the latest poll results and forecasts, but MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki has made it his priority to broadcast live an extraordinary piece of mathematical wizardry.

The journalist is known for combing counties and thoroughly exploring the mathematical possibilities on the way to 270 votes using his trusted interactive magic card wall.

Since the race is so close in many counties in states like Georgia and Arizona, Kornacki is working overtime with the mathematical projections, and Twitter is certainly impressed.

“Well, now he’s just showing off with #TrackingKornacki,” was a tweet from MSNBC about a clip where Kornacki is doing his thing.

Well, now he’s just bragging about #TrackingKornacki

– MSNBC (@MSNBC) November 6, 2020

The tweet has more than 20,000 preferences at the time of publication, as legions of viewers commented to praise the moderator.

One answer is: “If anyone has earned the right to show off, it is Kornacki.”

While another joked, “Maybe Steve should go to Nevada to help with the counting.”

Kornacki was also praised by TV personality Chrissy Teigen, who, like most Americans, is sticking to the count.

“I honestly don’t know how Steve is still about to die,” she subtitled a snapshot of her TV in front of her 13.4 million followers on Twitter.

I honestly do not know how Steve is still about to die

– chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) November 5, 2020

On Wednesday evening, Teigen tweeted a photo of Kornacki working on the touch screen board and asked: “Steve are you ok, what does that even say”.

“Steve are you ok, what does it even say?”

– chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) November 5, 2020

Kornacki began reporting on election day on Tuesday morning and did not take a break from pointing to the map until 12 noon the following day, with the audience worried about his well-being.

“We forcibly removed him from the building,” Ali Velshi told MSNBC presenter Ari Melber shortly after noon on Wednesday, when he entered to pick up the card, by E! “He is in a room with a pillow, blankets and warm milk.

In a video shown on the MSNBC Twitter account on Wednesday, Kornacki himself joked: “You may not recognize me, there is no giant touch screen behind me, but Steve Kornacki is here. I just wanted to say that after I finally left the studio, I saw all these incredibly friendly and nice messages that everyone was spreading through social media. I just wanted to say thank you.”

Kornacki is also in vogue at TikTok, where he has gained an incredible new fan base that is posting fancams in his honor.

The hashtag #stevekornacki has more than 81,600 views on the platform.

Kornacki’s sudden rise in popularity has led to some hilarious memes and jokes on Twitter – here are some of the best:

Iâm jumps on the @SteveKornacki platform. When you have it, you have it.

– Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) November 6, 2020

*kisses picture of Steve Kornacki and puts on sleep mask*

– Saeed Jones (@theferocity) November 6, 2020

The @SteveKornacki thirst has begun

– Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) November 6, 2020

To be honest, none of us would condemn Steve Kornacki if he slipped out in his flannel pjâs

– Ana Gasteyer (@AnaGasteyer) November 6, 2020

Steve Kornacki is made of coffee

– Baratunde (@baratunde) November 6, 2020

enough is enough, someone feeds Steve kornacki

– Sean Gentille (@seangentille) November 6, 2020.


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