As soon as the CDU chancellor candidate, Armin Laschet, speaks in the final round, it rushes.
Twitter users have a theory as to who might be behind this.
Berlin - The “final round” with the party chairman, the candidate for the chancellor and the candidate for chancellor has barely begun when there is already resentment on the Internet. “Who is responsible for the sound here?” Asks a user on Twitter. “It's extremely annoying,” write others. In the last top round before the federal election, in addition to the three candidates for Chancellor Laschet (CDU), Scholz (SPD) and Baerbock (Greens), the chairmen of the remaining Bundestag parties, i.e. Söder (CSU), Lindner (FDP), Wissler (left) and Weidel, will also speak (AfD).
But there seems to be a technical problem with ARD and ZDF: Whenever Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet (CDU) takes the floor, it starts to rustle extremely.
For some viewers, Laschet also seems difficult to understand.
At the beginning of the top round, Armin Laschet had mainly expressed himself about hatred on the Internet.
Armin Laschet (CDU) and Markus Söder (CSU) in the top round before the federal election: ARD and ZDF seem to have a technical problem
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ARD and ZDF have sound problems in the final round: It echoes when the moderators speak
When the two moderators, Theo Koll and Tina Hassel, speak, it echoes - that too annoys some users on Twitter extremely.
“Can your sound engineers have a look, please?” It says in the social networks.
At the same time, TV viewers also seem to have dropouts in the picture.
Of course, the tone in particular is also a great starting point for jokes among Twitter users.
“The noise when Laschet speaks is just hot air,” writes one user.
“What a symbolism,” says another.
Or also: "The noise is the wind of change that blows Laschet in the face."
Sound problems during the final round before the federal elections: Twitter users scoff that Laschet is hit by mishap
“Can someone turn the sound down on Laschet when he is speaking?
Then I can hear the noise better, "says another user, who apparently doesn't speak very well to Armin Laschet either.
Another user thinks he has observed that even one of the participants could be responsible for the noise.
Like many others on the net, he is probably looking very closely at how Markus Söder (CSU) and Armin Laschet (CDU) behave in a joint discussion.
Do they show solidarity - or does the rivalry shimmer through?
The user jokes: "I'm not sure, but I think the noise at Laschet in the final round comes from Söder ... always inconspicuously holds his hand over his mouth when Laschet speaks." (Kat)
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