How Long Will Trump Allow TikTokers to Make a Mockery of Him?

After K-pop stans took credit for the embarrassingly low turnout at Trump’s rally in Tulsa last week, the president waits to see what humiliation will befall the campaign next. The TikTok troops are plotting to claim more territory on the webstore. Read More >>

Unions Warn Trump and Brexit May Smash the Scottish Whisky Industry

The many Scottish whisky makers are teetering awkwardly between two deadly highlands precipices at the moment, according to one key workers' union; to the left, the bottomless chasm of Brexit, and to the right a hole singlehandedly dug by warring US president Trump. Read More >>

Facebook Workers Ask if Company’s in an ‘Abusive Relationship”‘ With Trump Amid Internal Unrest: Report

As demonstrated by their virtual walkout earlier this week, the people working at Facebook aren’t too happy about the company’s refusal to remove incendiary and misleading posts made by U.S. President Donald Trump. Now, thanks to a slew of internal documents obtained by the Washington Post, we have a clearer picture of just how fed up Facebook’s employees are with management’s penchant for giving politicians a free pass on its platforms. Read More >>

SpaceX’s Spacecraft Docks Successfully While U.S. And Russia Launch Cold War-Era Quips on the Ground

Some 19 hours after the launch of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule in Florida, NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley were welcomed aboard the International Space Station following a successful docking. When asked about their journey, Hurley told NASA officials back on the ground that he “couldn’t be happier” about how the spacecraft performed. Read More >>

Twitter Says Trump’s Tweet Encouraging Military to Shoot Protesters Violates Terms of Service

President Donald Trump sent out a tweet overnight encouraging violence against protesters in Minneapolis who are demanding justice for the killing of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man whose life was taken by a white police officer, as captured on video by a bystander. Twitter has placed a warning on Trump’s tweet, acknowledging that it violates the social media company’s terms of service. But Twitter is keeping the tweet up, even with the violation. Read More >>

U.S. Blacklists Dozens of Chinese Companies Working on AI, Face Recognition Tech

The U.S. Commerce Department has put another 33 Chinese businesses – many of which develop artificial intelligence and face recognition tech – on its economic blacklist as a punitive measure for purportedly conspiring with Beijing and the government’s brutal crackdown on Muslim minorities. Read More >>

Keep the UFO News Cycle Coming

The internet is piecing together an alleged UFO crash landing in Brazil last week Wednesday, with convincing evidence. Here’s a Reddit thread, a Twitter video at night, a Twitter video in the daytime, and even a close-up YouTube video of the suspected spacecraft on Earth – although, upon further soul-crushing inspection, the object looks a lot like a mixing bowl or a colander. Read More >>

Trump Says He Is Thinking of Restoring Some U.S. Funding to the World Health Organization

President Donald Trump announced on Saturday that he was considering restoring some funds to the World Health Organization (WHO). Trump froze funding for the WHO in April after he criticised the organisation for its response to the coronavirus pandemic and accused it of being biased in favour of China. Read More >>

Trump: Look Out World, America’s Developing ‘Super-Duper’ Missiles

On Friday, President Donald Trump unveiled the official flag of the United States Space Force and, in his latest display of unparalleled oratorical excellence, touted a new “super duper missile” from the Department of Defence that’s sure to make the likes of China and Russia pee their pants. Read More >>

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UN Climate Talks Are Delayed. Maybe That’s Good

It’s official: the United Nations (UN) climate talks are postponed. Read More >>

Trump Blindsides Google With Announcement That It’s Building a Nationwide U.S. Screening Site [Updated]

During a press conference on Friday to declare the novel coronavirus outbreak a national emergency in the U.S. – “two very big words”, mind you – President Donald Trump and other White House members touted a coronavirus screening website supposedly being developed by Google that would soon be available nationwide. According to Trump, 1,700 Google engineers are working on this project and “they have made tremendous progress” so far. Read More >>

UK Government Can’t Quite Believe Trump’s Coronavirus Stance

Sources from within the UK government are suggesting that our overlords are perhaps not the hardcore chlorinated US sycophants we might think, as even they're finding the onerous chore of humouring Trump and the US regime a bit tough. Read More >>

Scotland Might Use Unexplained Wealth Orders to Find Out How Trump Paid for his Golf Courses

Scotland's first minister should use Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs) to find out exactly how Donald Trump paid for his golf resorts in the country, says another MSP. Read More >>

US Threatens to Stop Sharing its Toys if UK Goes Ahead with Huawei 5G

The Trump administration is really quite grumpy about the fact that the UK has decided to allow controversial Chinese company Huawei to contribute to its 5G network. Read More >>