These are the top twitter trend words during morning of October 4, 2020, 8 o’clock (Central Time)
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Below are some tweets about the trend words.
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#WetBuzzardFart has passed Chris Rock and SNL trends on Twitter …
Thus proving that a #WetBuzzardFart is funnier than both of them.
— Catturd (@catturd2) October 4, 2020
This is so wholesome!
Since 2011, Paul Barton has been taking his piano to a wildlife sanctuary in Thailand for old and injured elephants.
— Nigel D’Souza (@Nigel__DSouza) October 4, 2020
Jesus was born in the Middle East.
He didn’t speak English.
He wasn’t white.
He wasn’t Evangelical.
He wasn’t a Republican.
He wasn’t American.
Heck, he wasn’t even Christian.
(White Evangelicals, I’m looking in your direction.)https://t.co/YvfmeCW3vo#SundayMorning
— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) October 4, 2020
This is the face of a SARS officer notorious for extorting and brutalizing people in Lagos. Just today, he collected 50k from @MrAkinbosola. Let’s make the thief popular. He must be arrested and prosecuted for this fraud. #EndSARS #EndSARSBrutality #EndSarsNow pic.twitter.com/Dc168S8gW8
— Afolabi Alawode OFR (@AlawodeAfolabii) October 4, 2020
— Jennifer Brown (@jennibee70) October 4, 2020
Just #LEIWHU 0-3 (FT)
— West Ham United (@WestHam) October 4, 2020
The photos, which appear to have been taken at two different times in two different rooms, have one thing in common. All of the props! It looks as though every piece of paper, folder, book, sharpie and pamphlet were shown in both photos. (credit: @JRehling) (Thread) pic.twitter.com/SK2Q2H96Qx
— Mrs. Krassenstein (@HKrassenstein) October 4, 2020
He is signing blank pieces of paper. TRUTHLESS. https://t.co/wpth3LBEJt
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) October 4, 2020
Trump in Walter Reed photo-op signs blank paper to show he’s well and “relentless” https://t.co/uKrxJ6855A
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) October 4, 2020
James Harden warming up! Never give up! pic.twitter.com/wQzvTkWKuC
— HPCUtoon (@HpcUtoon) October 4, 2020
End of twitter trend words of October 4, 2020.