There has been a seven-day saw that has seen Fox News host Tucker Carlson complain of bullying, actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin accused in a college cutlery scandal, North Korea threatening to cancel talks with the US, climate change officially claims the Arctic, a horrible mass photography in New Zealand, Paul Manafort gets another 43 months and then burdened with 16 more crimes, Congress unanimously voted to release the Mueller report publicly only for Lindsey Graham to alone close it in the Senate and, of course, announce another democratic candidate for United States President. But there is nowhere near everything that people talked about online in the last week that you should discover. What is buzz? This is what happens.
Not everything is a distress, according to the Senate
What Happened: In a surprising twist, Republican senators decide not to toe the party leadership regarding the president explaining that his desires
Where It Blew Up: Twitter, media reports
What Really Happened: You may remember that President Trump explained a national emergency to fund his pet border a month ago as a way to save his face after The government's suspension ended with him getting absolutely nothing he wanted. You can also remember that Congress then voted to block the declaration and shot the entire Republican-controlled Senate to vote for. This week, that voice finally came up in the Senate, and if the Trump administration hoped it would have an easy time to make it go, it was for a rude awakening.
With democracies in the Senate minority, the bill would need some Republican support to pass; What nobody seemed to seriously consider was just how many Republicans would cross the time to vote against their president. In front of Thursday's vote, a lot of headcounting was going on, and it didn't look good for the White House.
As the Senate voted to reject the national emergency, they wondered how the president would react. Well, what you really expect.
For those who play at home: No, the resolution would absolutely not "OPEN LIMITS," Never Increase "Crime, Drugs and Trade in our country. "But, you know, who needs facts when you have hyperbola? The first answer received a lot of attention, however.
There is no denial that President Trump, if nothing else, is very memeful.
The Takeaway: Somehow, the Senate's vote will go down as a historic one, not only because it was the first time the Senate had opposed a national emergency statement from the US President, but also because many people were on record of where they were standing It will not be forgotten quickly.
What is it in this day and age worth it?
What happened: Could it be that President of the House Nancy Pelosi does not take Donald Trump on An interview this week gave rise to the opportunity when she raised the idea of impeachment more seriously than she ever did before.
Where it blew up: Twitter, media reports
What Reall y Event: It is the subject that a party has been thinking about over the past two years, so when the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi broke the object of impeaching Trump, it was certainly to get attention. It is arguable that most people who thought of the subject would have been disappointed with what she had to say.
Pelosi knew clearly what she was doing. In the full interview, she even says, "I'll give you some news right now" before saying that Trump is not worth having impeaching, aware that her comments would play a lot. (No, really, very much. Seriously.) The response to social media was both immediate and passionate. Some were disappointed:
while others were just angry:
It should perhaps be noted, before moving on, that the main version of what was said was not exactly what Pelosi actually said, and that there was a certain shade that was not generally shared.
As can only be expected, there was much analysis of what Pelosi said, with some people believing that they had an idea of what was really really behind the comment.
As it was, Pelosi was not alone in terms of democratic leadership.
And as it was, she didn't really change many minds within her own party with the comments. But perhaps it was just a big fairy …
The Takeaway: For any outrage about the idea that Pelosi cried somehow (or just politically appropriate), it is possible that her ambitions were much easier .
In the event of distress, keep your feet on the ground
What happened: After a plane crash last weekend, the world moved to ensure that unsafe airplanes were not in the air – except, at least initially, for the United States. A clear phone call can have powerful consequences.
Was it blown up: Twitter, media stories
What Really Happened: On Sunday, 157 people were killed when an Ethiopian aircraft crashed shortly after launch. As noted almost immediately, the second time a Boeing 737 MAX flight crashed over the last six months was the second time. In the event of the accident, authorities around the world began to launch the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft with no safety concerns.
There was a noticeable absence from the list … and it wasn't because the US just hadn't come to it yet.
This decision seemed even more nonsensical when more information began to appear.
Why have the FAA not marked the plans? If only there was some insight into the oddness surrounding this issue …
Yes, Boeing's CEO had asked the president personally to keep his aircraft in the air. Quelle surprise as they say. Still, you know at least that the president could speak out of this awkward situation on Twitter. You see, according to President Trump, the problem was not Boeing's plans, it was … all plans …?
That theory was well received by the Internet:
After this approach did not fly, a Canada fly, Canada joined the list of countries that banned Boeing 737-
– and the United States could not stay longer :
How big was this? Pretty big.
For anyone wondering how the passengers were affected by the decision, it can get worse. you can be in the FAA, which is now faced with a new review by legislators so as not to act earlier. What happened to the friendly heaven, huh?
The Takeaway: Some have already started to notice what this has done for Boeing's share price.
When it comes to lowering, the better its shares It is certain
Brexit Status: SNAFU As Ever
What Happened: For all, just wondering how the preparations for the UK leaving the EU go, the answer is very simple: very bad. It's about everything that is clear about the current state of Brexit.
Where it blew up: Twitter, media reports
What Actually Happened: Let us pay attention briefly over the Atlantic to the United Kingdom, where everything is going horrible, terrible error . Why? Well, it is the sad Brexit thing that is currently planned to take place (see calendar) less than two weeks from now as written. With the impending so close, everyone has certainly worked out all the details and it's just the last minute prep, right …?
Maybe not. After all, this week with Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May finally began to get some important agreements in place with the EU on what to do only with the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland – the so-called "backstop agreement" – meaning that it actually was a plan in place for the first time in a long time. The EU president really seemed happy that it had happened, and not frustrated by the whole process at all .
But with this recent backstop agreement, the British Parliament could finally get what is called a "meaningful vote", which was basically a vote to approve the agreement the government had made to ensure that Brexit actually happened in a way that was not literally "Britain is not part of Europe anymore, see you!" (It's called "No Deal Brexit," which no one really wants.) It was the second time there would have been a meaningful vote on Prime Minister Theresa Bay's Brexit deal. The first, in January, had led to a historic defeat for its government. How did the other go?
Yes, it was embarrassing. But it could have been worse.
The meaningful voice's defeat meant that Plan B would be unrolled rather quickly. (Technically, "Plan We Don't Have Any Alphabets", but let's simplify for this story.) Thankfully, Plan B … was something apocalyptic and melodramatic.
Yes, it was a parliamentary version of "You Don't Like My Toys? What if there is no toys ? What are you going to play with then?" And then Tuesday's votes followed Wednesday, which went just as good.
So how did it go? Well, it depends on who you ask.
And how did Thursday show that each delay and / or referendum Brexit turns out? That can only be expected, confusing and contradictory.
The official policy of the British government is now to delay Brexit.
— Ian Dunt (@IanDunt) March 14, 2019
So will the EU approve a delay? It is still not quite clear, as the European Union basically plays it very close to the collective chest.
What about everyone in the UK changed the week's events what happened in some noticeable way? Obviously not.
The Takeaway: This has generally been the theme of the British political intelligence in the last seven days. If not much, much longer, at least when it comes to Brexit.
What happens, the Internet?
What happened: What happens when one of the largest social media platforms, which controls another of the largest social media platforms-goes down? This week we got an 11-hour preview.
Was it blown up: Twitter, media stories
What Really Happened: Wednesday was a bad day for anyone looking to post something on Instagram or Facebook, because everything Facebook -related hours went down unexpectedly. Well, maybe not everything .
The outbreak was at least enough to trigger some public statements from Facebook about what happened. Not that they really cleaned anything.
So what actually happens? Facebook did not say, except to say what did not was going on.
The reason for this could have been that even Facebook did not actually know what was actually happening at the time.  Suddenly robbed of the ability to check for older relatives or post Insta stories, the internet was not really sure what to do with itself, but some had some suggestions. (On Twitter, natch.)
Don't worry, though – at least one meme crossed platforms that the outbreak stretched over 11 hours.
The lack of information on the cause of the interruption did not stop any impressive fragile proposals from emerging.
So what really happened?
Or, at least, that's what they want you to believe in.
The Takeaway: Do you mind Official Line. One day the truth comes about what actually happened.