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Pro-Palestine student protesters disrupted a talk by a US tech billionaire at Cambridge university over accusations he is profiting from a genocide in Gaza. 

Peter Thiel, the founder of US software company Palantir, was delivering a talk to students at the Cambridge Union on Wednesday evening when a pair of activists stood up and accused him of profiting off genocide through the defence contracts his firm has with Israel

The duo, brandashing a Palestinian flag, were quickly removed from the event by security guards, but were supported by around 200 further protestors outside the event trying the 'drown out' Mr Thiel's talk. 

Pro-Palestinian campaign group, Youth Demand claimed responsibility for the disruption, stating that Mr Thiel was 'assisting Israel in bombing hospitals'. 

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Former President Donald Trump's legal team has filed a "major motion" with a New York appellate court, challenging the constitutionality of a gag order imposed on him in his ongoing criminal "hush money" trial. 

Key Details:

  • Trump's defense team is seeking an expedited ruling from an intermediate appeals court or permission to appeal directly to the state's highest court, the Court of Appeals.
  • The gag order, imposed by Judge Juan Merchan, prohibits Trump from making statements about witnesses, jurors, attorneys, and others associated with the "hush money" case. The order however, has not been extended to witnesses in the case, like Michael Cohen, who pled guilty to lying to Congress, yet has been portrayed as D.A. Alvin Bragg's "star witness" in the case while attacking former President Trump on cash-grab TikTok livestreams.
  • Speaking on the motion outside of the courthouse Thursday morning, Trump said: "We've just filed a major motion in the appellate division concerning the absolutely unconstitutional gag order, where I am essentially not allowed to talk to you about anything meaningful that's going on in the case—and many good things are going on with the case—it shouldn't have been filed."
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Trump’s attorneys filed a motion for mistrial on Thursday after Stormy Daniels took the witness stand.

Stormy Daniels took the witness stand again Thursday in Alvin Bragg’s lawfare ‘hush money’ trial against Trump in New York City.

Trump was accused of paying porn star Stormy Daniels, AKA, Stephanie Clifford, ‘hush payments’ through his then-attorney Michael Cohen in a scheme to silence her and stop the story about their alleged affair from being published in the National Enquirer.

The payments made to Stormy Daniels did NOT come from Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

The payments were made through internal business records – there was no tax deduction taken and there was no obligation to file it with the FEC, according to Trump attorney Joe Tacopina.

Bragg alleged Trump committed fraud because the payment was labeled “legal fees.”

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UC Davis nearly doubles strategic communications budget following string of negative incidences against the university’s image

According to documents obtained by the Sacramento Bee, UC Davis spent at least $175,000 trying to repair its image following an incident in Nov. 2011 in which a campus police officer pepper-sprayed student protesters on the Quad.

The aggressive public relations campaign sought to rehabilitate the university’s public image through primarily erasing mentions of the pepper-spray incident and Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi on online search engines, according to the documents.

The documents revealed that in Jan. 2013, UC Davis signed a deal with Nevins & Associates, a Maryland-based public relations firm, for a six-month long contract. The contract, which paid Nevins $15,000 a month, was signed with the objective “to expedite the eradication of references to the pepper spray incident in search results on Google for the university and the Chancellor.”

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Stormy Daniels, the pornographic film actress at the center of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg‘s prosecution against former President Donald Trump, is emblematic of the stereotypes attached to her industry. A lengthy biographical sketch published in New York Magazine‘s Intelligencer reveals a woman motivated by a need for constant attention, greed, petty vindictiveness, and — by her own admission — mental illness.

In her own words, Daniels contradicts her recollection of events surrounding her alleged affair with former President Trump. She plays up fictitious threats and carefully assumes the role of someone who faced grave injustice — despite no crime ever being committed against her. The National Pulse has pulled some of the more relevant passages that shed important light on the motivations and dubious credibility of Stormy Daniels.


In a 2023 interview, shortly after former President Trump was charged with falsifying business records to cover up alleged “hush money” payments to Daniels just days before the 2016 election, the porn actress acknowledged that her mental health had declined. “I’m significantly more crazy now than I was before,” Daniels said.

The adult film industry has been accused of routinely taking advantage of women with untreated mental health issues. A 2011 psychiatric study comparing women in the porn industry with the average woman in California found a stark deviation in mental health. One-third of respondents in the adult film industry met the criteria for a depression diagnosis. Just 13 percent of women in California met the same criteria overall. Additionally, women in the porn industry were by and large more likely to have experienced poverty, sexual abuse, and other forms of violence than the average woman in California.

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A globally esteemed professor has given an explosive testimony during a federal government hearing in Germany to warn that the Covid pandemic was a hoax.

Prof. Stefan Homburg testified before top officials that the COVID-19 pandemic did not begin in 2020 as the world has been led to believe.

While addressing the Corona Symposium in the Bundestag, Homburg explained that the coronavirus did emerge in 2019.

However, he said that it simply took the place of regular influenza and the virus was no more severe.

The world-renowned German professor cited data showing no increase in mortality rates during 2020, the first pandemic year.

Yet, data shows that deaths only started increasing in 2021, after the Covid mRNA shots were rolled out for public use.

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Two weeks before the 2016 election, I unwittingly played a bit part in Stormy Daniels’ shakedown of Donald Trump. I ran FoxNews.com as Stormy and her cohorts pushed us to write a story about her affair with him.

Here’s a behind-the-scenes story that few people know.

Stormy's actions were textbook extortion, which, unlike records violations, is an honest-to-goodness felony in New York.

Team Stormy wasn’t after a Pulitzer. They were after a payday, and they were using the media as leverage to force Trump’s hand in the final stretch before Election Day.

Michael Cohen, Trump’s fixer, had already promised to pay Stormy $130,000 to keep her mouth shut about the alleged fling from a decade earlier. But he was stalling on cutting the check as negotiations dragged on. She was smart enough to know that Trump often stalled payments forever, and that if, as most expected, he lost the 2016 race, she’d never see a penny.

So, Stormy’s crew started shopping the story to outlets like us at Fox, Slate, and others. They knew we would contact the campaign for a response, which we did, and that it would ramp up the pressure on Cohen to finally pay up.

Stormy herself, the porn actress at the center of it all, refused to go on the record and was publicly still denying the dalliance. Her manager was the only one willing to confirm it, with just two words: “It’s true.” That's all she would say. And even that had to be on background.

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