Are Zack Snyder fans right for refusing to believe that robots rigged Oscars?

Are Zack Snyder fans right for refusing to believe that robots rigged Oscars? ...

Despite a report that enraged viewers, fans of director Zack Snyder are refusing to believe that a couple of Oscar-winning categories were dominated by his films. Despite a lack of rigging, the Academys'' own perception on the issue, in a subsequent report, was the most unusual revelation of all.

When it came to the Academy Awards fan Favorite and Cheer Moment categories, won by Snyders Army of the Dead and Justice League (2021), the Wrap reported Thursday that the most active voters in Twitter polls were autonomous web networks.

Is the report all we know about it? Many users, especially those advocating for DC to restore the so-called SnyderVerse, are expressing their concerns.

Twitter users said they supported Snyder in the voter count and they were not robots.

Hello, I''ve voted for #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague #AtTheSpeedOfForce and I''m not a bot. Please pass it on.

I''ve been voting for #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague #AtTheSpeedOfForce and am not a bot.

I voted #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague and the speed force #RestoreTheSnyderVerse oh i aint a bot either

If you liked ZSJL and you''re certainly not a comedian, be sure to keep an eye on this #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague

Is it a #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague fan who is a real person, rather than a fake bot? Yes Yes Yes, yes, yes.

Hi, I''m a real fucking person and I LOVE #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague

Let''s get real: of course, fans of the director are going to debunker the bot theory. Are there any other information that back them up?

According to the article, Vanity Fair of all parties filed a personal report Friday, which appeared to contradict the formers claim.

[A]n Academy source defended the categories, claiming that only 20 votes would be allowed per Twitter handle, and that minors were prohibited from voting.

The Wraps'' original analysis included Tweet Binder, a hashtag analytics tool, and University of Maryland professor David Kirsch. Despite Kirsch''s remarks, the survey described some odd anomalies, such as a one-day increase in votes to 25,000 on February 27, 2022, after daily counts in the weeks leading up to that date were in the range of 4,000-15,000.

The Snyders'' two fan-voted victories were announced at the 94th Academy Awards on March 27, but were largely overshadowed by a certain slap heard around the globe.