Memes & Trending stories

This short video shows a journalist reading the news to a Syrian refugee. The journalist’s entire report is filled with only 1-5 words, in full view of the camera. The reporter reads the headlines from the newspaper and continues to tell the story of his meeting with the Syrian refugee. The video starts to trend on Twitter (see below).

The blogger and commentator Matt Lewis thinks the whole thing is a brilliant meme.

For other short news stories, like the one above, see the following articles:

The following stories & memes trended on Twitter in the USA on 10/7/2016:

Ragnar Pedersen, an author and blogger, got in touch to write this article which is trending. The title of his article translates as: “You Have Failed Your Country.”

An article about the Syrian Refugees, taken from a post on Facebook by Maria Maier and uploaded to YouTube. This is a very popular article, even trending. It has about 85 thousand shares so far and nearly 2 million views. It appears to be getting about 15,000 retweets. It is from the Facebook page titled “My Country’s Broken.”

Richard Brunstrom (second from left in red), President & CEO of the US Chamber of Commerce, appearing at a panel discussion about the Syrian Refugee Crisis in the USA.

So far, no memes of CNN’s coverage of the Syrian Refugee Crisis are trending in America. This picture is from a CNN article.

So what is trending on Facebook in the USA?

Memes & Trending Stories

On 9/29/2016, the following story from Huffpost UK went viral. It is from a BBC article and uploaded to Facebook.

The short article can be read in full below.

A meme titled “#RaceOn” (see below) has also started to trend. It was started by Twitter user and YouTube star Jason Jones.

On 9/30/2016, an article about a young, white woman of German descent began to trend. This is a headline from a Huffington Post UK story.

Photos & Videos

On 9/30/2016, a YouTube video entitled “CNN Sparks Outrage For Photos Of Syrian Refugees” has a little more than 60 thousand views. It is from the YouTube channel Trending Stories.

This video was uploaded to Facebook. The video has over 47,000 shares and has been viewed over 882,000 times.

A meme appeared on Facebook and is trending. It is an image of CNN journalist Donie O’Sullivan with the caption: “I can see the blood of #ChadBolling pouring out of his eyes.” The image of CNN journalist Donie O’Sullivan also shows other people of German and Russian background.

The image below shows the reactions to CNN’s airing of the controversial video of people of color beating up a white man (by beating him on the head with a tire).

Memes & Trending Stories

On 9/30/2016, a meme titled “Meme Trends” has started to trend. This is an image with the title “#RefugeesAreWelcomeOnCollegeCampus” on Facebook. This photo also shows refugees with the caption “#RefugeesWelcomeToCollegeCampus” and a headline below, taken from a post on Facebook by Becca Rider.

Memes & Trending stories

This short video shows a journalist reading the news to a Syrian refugee. The journalist’s entire report is filled with only 1-5 words, in full view of the camera. The reporter reads the headlines from the newspaper and continues to tell the story of his meeting with the Syrian refugee. The video starts to trend on Twitter (see below).

The blogger and commentator Matt Lewis thinks the whole thing is a brilliant meme.

For other short news stories, like the one above, see the following articles:

The following stories & memes trended on Twitter in the USA on 10/7/2016:

Ragnar Pedersen, an author and blogger, got in touch to write this article which is trending. The title of his article translates as: “You Have Failed Your Country.”

An article about the Syrian Refugees, taken from a post on Facebook by Maria Maier and uploaded to YouTube. This is a very popular article, even trending. It has about 85 thousand shares so far and nearly 2 million views. It appears to be getting about 15,000 retweets. It is from the Facebook page titled “My Country’s Broken.”

Richard Brunstrom (second from left in red), President & CEO of the US Chamber of Commerce, appearing at a panel discussion about the Syrian Refugee Crisis in the USA.

So far, no memes of CNN’s coverage of the Syrian Refugee Crisis are trending in America. This picture is from a CNN article.

So what is trending on Facebook in the USA?

Memes & Trending Stories

On 9/29/2016, the following story from Huffpost UK went viral. It is from a BBC article and uploaded to Facebook.

The short article can be read in full below.

A meme titled “#RaceOn” (see below) has also started to trend. It was started by Twitter user and YouTube star Jason Jones.

On 9/30/2016, an article about a young, white woman of German descent began to trend. This is a headline from a Huffington Post UK story.

Photos & Videos

On 9/30/2016, a YouTube video entitled “CNN Sparks Outrage For Photos Of Syrian Refugees” has a little more than 60 thousand views. It is from the YouTube channel Trending Stories.

This video was uploaded to Facebook. The video has over 47,000 shares and has been viewed over 882,000 times.

A meme appeared on Facebook and is trending. It is an image of CNN journalist Donie O’Sullivan with the caption: “I can see the blood of #ChadBolling pouring out of his eyes.” The image of CNN journalist Donie O’Sullivan also shows other people of German and Russian background.

The image below shows the reactions to CNN’s airing of the controversial video of people of color beating up a white man (by beating him on the head with a tire).

Memes & Trending Stories

On 9/30/2016, a meme titled “Meme Trends” has started to trend. This is an image with the title “#RefugeesAreWelcomeOnCollegeCampus” on Facebook. This photo also shows refugees with the caption “#RefugeesWelcomeToCollegeCampus” and a headline below, taken from a post on Facebook by Becca Rider.

Memes & Trending stories

This short video shows a journalist reading the news to a Syrian refugee. The journalist’s entire report is filled with only 1-5 words, in full view of the camera. The reporter reads the headlines from the newspaper and continues to tell the story of his meeting with the Syrian refugee. The video starts to trend on Twitter (see below).

The blogger and commentator Matt Lewis thinks the whole thing is a brilliant meme.

For other short news stories, like the one above, see the following articles:

The following stories & memes trended on Twitter in the USA on 10/7/2016:

Ragnar Pedersen, an author and blogger, got in touch to write this article which is trending. The title of his article translates as: “You Have Failed Your Country.”

An article about the Syrian Refugees, taken from a post on Facebook by Maria Maier and uploaded to YouTube. This is a very popular article, even trending. It has about 85 thousand shares so far and nearly 2 million views. It appears to be getting about 15,000 retweets. It is from the Facebook page titled “My Country’s Broken.”

Richard Brunstrom (second from left in red), President & CEO of the US Chamber of Commerce, appearing at a panel discussion about the Syrian Refugee Crisis in the USA.

So far, no memes of CNN’s coverage of the Syrian Refugee Crisis are trending in America. This picture is from a CNN article.

So what is trending on Facebook in the USA?

Memes & Trending Stories

On 9/29/2016, the following story from Huffpost UK went viral. It is from a BBC article and uploaded to Facebook.

The short article can be read in full below.

A meme titled “#RaceOn” (see below) has also started to trend. It was started by Twitter user and YouTube star Jason Jones.

On 9/30/2016, an article about a young, white woman of German descent began to trend. This is a headline from a Huffington Post UK story.

Photos & Videos

On 9/30/2016, a YouTube video entitled “CNN Sparks Outrage For Photos Of Syrian Refugees” has a little more than 60 thousand views. It is from the YouTube channel Trending Stories.

This video was uploaded to Facebook. The video has over 47,000 shares and has been viewed over 882,000 times.

A meme appeared on Facebook and is trending. It is an image of CNN journalist Donie O’Sullivan with the caption: “I can see the blood of #ChadBolling pouring out of his eyes.” The image of CNN journalist Donie O’Sullivan also shows other people of German and Russian background.

The image below shows the reactions to CNN’s airing of the controversial video of people of color beating up a white man (by beating him on the head with a tire).

Memes & Trending Stories

On 9/30/2016, a meme titled “Meme Trends” has started to trend. This is an image with the title “#RefugeesAreWelcomeOnCollegeCampus” on Facebook. This photo also shows refugees with the caption “#RefugeesWelcomeToCollegeCampus” and a headline below, taken from a post on Facebook by Becca Rider.

Memes & Trending stories

This short video shows a journalist reading the news to a Syrian refugee. The journalist’s entire report is filled with only 1-5 words, in full view of the camera. The reporter reads the headlines from the newspaper and continues to tell the story of his meeting with the Syrian refugee. The video starts to trend on Twitter (see below).

The blogger and commentator Matt Lewis thinks the whole thing is a brilliant meme.

For other short news stories, like the one above, see the following articles:

The following stories & memes trended on Twitter in the USA on 10/7/2016:

Ragnar Pedersen, an author and blogger, got in touch to write this article which is trending. The title of his article translates as: “You Have Failed Your Country.”

An article about the Syrian Refugees, taken from a post on Facebook by Maria Maier and uploaded to YouTube. This is a very popular article, even trending. It has about 85 thousand shares so far and nearly 2 million views. It appears to be getting about 15,000 retweets. It is from the Facebook page titled “My Country’s Broken.”

Richard Brunstrom (second from left in red), President & CEO of the US Chamber of Commerce, appearing at a panel discussion about the Syrian Refugee Crisis in the USA.

So far, no memes of CNN’s coverage of the Syrian Refugee Crisis are trending in America. This picture is from a CNN article.

So what is trending on Facebook in the USA?

Memes & Trending Stories

On 9/29/2016, the following story from Huffpost UK went viral. It is from a BBC article and uploaded to Facebook.

The short article can be read in full below.

A meme titled “#RaceOn” (see below) has also started to trend. It was started by Twitter user and YouTube star Jason Jones.

On 9/30/2016, an article about a young, white woman of German descent began to trend. This is a headline from a Huffington Post UK story.

Photos & Videos

On 9/30/2016, a YouTube video entitled “CNN Sparks Outrage For Photos Of Syrian Refugees” has a little more than 60 thousand views. It is from the YouTube channel Trending Stories.

This video was uploaded to Facebook. The video has over 47,000 shares and has been viewed over 882,000 times.

A meme appeared on Facebook and is trending. It is an image of CNN journalist Donie O’Sullivan with the caption: “I can see the blood of #ChadBolling pouring out of his eyes.” The image of CNN journalist Donie O’Sullivan also shows other people of German and Russian background.

The image below shows the reactions to CNN’s airing of the controversial video of people of color beating up a white man (by beating him on the head with a tire).

Memes & Trending Stories

On 9/30/2016, a meme titled “Meme Trends” has started to trend. This is an image with the title “#RefugeesAreWelcomeOnCollegeCampus” on Facebook. This photo also shows refugees with the caption “#RefugeesWelcomeToCollegeCampus” and a headline below, taken from a post on Facebook by Becca Rider.