There’s a whole lot of talk about aliens on the internet right now, and it’s even driving people to go hunting for extraterrestrials on the web’s biggest adult video website, Pornhub.
In wake of the viral Facebook event about storming Area 51 began making the rounds earlier in July, searches for both Area 51 and aliens have spiked on Pornhub, according to the site’s internal analytics team.
Since July 12, searches for Area 51 have taken off like a rocket to Mars. Between July 12 and July 16, there have been more than 160,000 total searches with nearly 59,000 searches logged on Tuesday, July 16.
Anthony Scaramucci called out President Donald Trump for using “racist tropes,” and did so in the second-most direct way possible: by saying it live on Trump’s favorite Fox News show.
On Thursday morning’s edition of Fox & Friends, Scaramucci took to the Curvy Couch to discuss Trump’s racist tweets, and the subsequent rally at which supporters chanted for Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) to be sent back to Africa.
An ABC News report published Wednesday reveals that Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) campaign has received donations from “big pharma,” despite his campaign’s “No Health Insurance and Pharma Money Pledge.” His campaign, however, has promised to return the donations.
The presidential candidate unveiled his campaign’s “No Health Insurance and Pharma Money Pledge” Wednesday, which states: “I pledge to not take contributions from the health insurance or pharmaceutical industry and instead prioritize the health of the American people over health industry profits.”
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) took to Twitter soon after vicious chants of “send her back” broke out at President Donald Trump’s rally Wednesday night, implying that the congresswoman, who is an American citizen, ought to be deported to Somalia from where she fled when she was a pre-teen.Omar invoked poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou:You may shoot me with your words,
You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I’ll rise.
I am where I belong, at the people’s house and you’re just gonna have to deal!
Man says he lost limb following an assault with injury ‘nothing to do with smoking’
The Albanian man, who has not been named, made the discovery after his son bought a packet of rolling tobacco in Luxembourg last year, radio network France Bleu reported.The son recognised the scars and burns on the image and showed it to his father who confirmed it was a photo of his leg.
However, the man says he lost his leg as the result of an assault in Albaniain 1997 before he moved to France.
FAREED ZAKARIA, CNN HOST: Well, what’s striking is the president’s defense now is that this is not racist because all he is saying that these Congresswomen are radicals who hate America and constantly criticize it. And what is striking to me about that is the 2016 campaign, Donald Trump was singular, almost unique as a presidential candidate in just constantly trashing America. Donald Trump’s message during the 2016 campaign was America is a terrible place. We’re losing out to everybody. Everybody’s treating us badly. His inaugural address talked about American carnage. The rally he’s at in Greenville that he’s holding where he’s talking about these things is still called “Make America Great Again” meaning we’re still not great. So he’s allowed to do that. And what that tells you, Don, is it’s okay for white men to criticize America. But if you’re a young black woman with a funny name or a young brown woman with a funny name, shut up and stand in line. That seems to be the message… I think there’s a lot of stuff going on. I think that there is a certain part of the population that is very uncomfortable with all of this immigration from unusual places. There is a certain part of the population — I don’t discount the degree to which — there is also a reaction to kind of uppity women, you know? I mean, this is a country that like much of the world was a patriarchy for a long time. And here you have these very assertive young women who are challenging the existing order. So there is a lot of stuff going on here. What is true, I think, is that Trump in a very base way understands this and he knows how to scratch that itch. And that’s the sad thing. That he actually — he knows what he’s doing and sadly at some level it’s working… One of the things that we have come to realize I think in the last ten years is that when people feel anxious for a number of reasons, some of it economic, they go to a place of cultural anxiety. And that the person — and this is true in Europe, this is true in the United States, the person who can — who can in some way reassure them, you know, about that country, that’s why his slogan is ‘Make America Great Again.’ ‘I’m going to take you back to this world before there were these uppity women, before there were these people of color telling you what’s wrong with the country.’
Japan’s government is leading a global push to set up an international network for cryptocurrency payments, similar to the SWIFT network used by banks, in an effort to fight money laundering, a person familiar with the plan said on Thursday (July 18). Grace Lee reports.
The man who started the viral ‘Storm Area 51’ internet craze has broken cover and owned up to the ‘joke’ in a TV interview.
Matty Roberts, who did not reveal his age or home town, told Nevada’s KLAS-TV via video call on Wednesday he was amazed at how his hoax took off.
‘I posted it on like June 27th and it was kind of a joke,’ Roberts said.
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski warned that President Donald Trump’s attacks on Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) were both illegal and racist — as well as an incitement to violence.
The “Morning Joe” co-hosts were appalled by the crowd’s reaction — chanting “send her back” — to Trump attacks at a Greensboro, North Carolina, rally.
Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard forces have seized a foreign oil tanker accused of smuggling oil with a crew of 12, Iran‘s state TV reported Thursday, just days after an oil tanker based in the United Arab Emirates disappeared off trackers in Iranian territorial waters.
The Panamanian-flagged oil tanker MT Riah stopped transmitting its location overnight on Sunday near Qeshm Island, which has a Revolutionary Guard base on it, according to data listed on tracking site Maritime Traffic.