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Prosecutors Claim Andrew Tate Turned Women into ‘SLAVES,’ but Alleged Victims Claim OTHERWISE

Prosecutors claim Andrew Tate turned women into slaves

Romanian prosecutors claim Andrew Tate and his brother turned women into “slaves,” according to a court document provided to Reuters and published in a hit piece. Yet, the news agency admits it couldn’t “corroborate the version of events.” The news organization also conceded that it couldn’t reach the six alleged victims named in the document.

On the contrary, two of the six women have spoken publicly on Romanian TV, saying they’re “not victims” and that the prosecution is listing them as accusers against their will.

Prosecutors are also basing their case on allegations that Tate controlled the women’s OnlyFans accounts, a subscription-based website where creators publish erotic or pornographic content for paying users. In the same way, Reuters could not verify the existence of these OnlyFans accounts.

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BIGGEST Strike Day of the Decade Due Tomorrow

Teachers on strike

The UK is preparing for the largest strike day of the decade as half a million workers will walk out on Wednesday, 1 February. The strike includes teachers, train drivers, civil servants, bus drivers, and university lecturers as government talks with the unions fell apart.

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BULLISH on Bitcoin: Crypto Market ERUPTS in January as FEAR Turns to GREED

Bitcoin market erupts in January

Bitcoin (BTC) is on track to have the best January in the last decade as investors turn bullish on crypto after a disastrous 2022. Bitcoin leads the way as it approaches $24,000, up a massive 44% from the beginning of the month, where it hovered around $16,500 a coin.

The broader cryptocurrency market has also turned bullish, with other top coins such as Ethereum (ETH) and Binance Coin (BNB) seeing substantial monthly returns of 37% and 30%, respectively.

The upturn comes after last year saw the crypto market plunge, fueled by fears of regulation and the FTX scandal. The year shredded $600 billion (-66%) from Bitcoin’s market cap, ending the year worth only a third of its 2022 peak value.

Despite the ongoing concerns of regulation, the fear in the market looks to be shifting to greed as investors take advantage of bargain prices. The rise may continue, but savvy investors will be wary of another bear market rally where a sharp sell-off will send prices back to Earth.

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Judge Extended ANDREW TATE’S Detention Based on ‘SUSPICION’ and NOT Evidence

Andrew Tate’s detention extended by judge

A Romanian judge extended the detention of social media superstar Andrew Tate and his brother for at least another month based only on “a reasonable suspicion,” even admitting the facts presented by the prosecution were unclear. The multimillionaire influencer has been accused of human trafficking and rape, which he vehemently denies.

The announcement comes not long after Twitter, now under the control of Elon Musk, also reinstated Trump; however, he is yet to return to use the platform.

BACK Online: Trump’s Facebook and Instagram Accounts to be REINSTATED

Trump’s Facebook and Instagram ban lifted

Meta has announced that it will lift the ban on Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts in the coming weeks. The president of global affairs at Meta and former deputy prime minister of the United Kingdom, Nick Clegg, announced that they “don’t want to get in the way of open debate on our platforms, esp in context of democratic elections.”

Clegg stated the company had assessed the risk of allowing the former president back on the platform according to their “Crisis Policy Protocol” and had consulted experts. The decision was caveated with the statement that “new guardrails” are now in place to stop “repeat offenses.”

The announcement comes not long after Twitter, now under the control of Elon Musk, also reinstated Trump; however, he is yet to return to use the platform.

Alec Baldwin CHARGED With Involuntary Manslaughter Over RUST Shooting

Alec Baldwin charged with involuntary manslaughter

Over 15 months after actor Alec Baldwin accidentally shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the movie set of Rust, prosecutors have decided to charge him with manslaughter. Baldwin has consistently denied any wrongdoing and his attorney said they would “fight” the charges and “win.”

“This decision distorts Halyna Hutchins’ tragic death and represents a terrible miscarriage of justice,” said Baldwin’s lawyer, Luke Nikas. Two other Rust crew members have been charged in relation to the death.

Zelensky Advisor QUITS After Making FALSE Statement about Missile Attack

Presidential advisor Oleksiy Arestovych resigns

Presidential advisor Oleksiy Arestovych has resigned after making false remarks that a Russian missile that killed 44 people in Dnipro was shot down by Ukrainian forces. The comments caused widespread anger in Ukraine as they suggested it was Ukraine’s fault the missile hit the building.

Special Counsel to INVESTIGATE Biden’s Handling of Classified Documents

Special counsel to investigate Biden

Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed a special counsel to investigate the finding of classified documents in Biden’s old office and home. Garland said the appointment was to show the “department’s commitment to both independence and accountability.”

‘TERRIFYING’: Public Told to Expect 999 Delays as 25,000 Medics go on STRIKE

Public told to expect 999 delays

The UK public has been told to only dial 999 for “life or limb” emergencies as the ambulance strike causes massive disruption to emergency services. The prime minister, Rishi Sunak, labeled the strikes as “terrifying” as he argued for anti-strike legislation to guarantee “minimum safety levels” for the public.

Aides to Joe Biden Find CLASSIFIED Documents in Old Offices

Aides to Joe Biden find classified documents in old offices

President Biden is now under investigation by the Justice Department after aides found classified documents that belong in the National Archives while moving boxes from Biden’s old Washington-based think tank offices. Earlier in the year, Donald Trump found himself in a similar situation when the FBI raided his Mar-A-Lago home.

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Sunak WILLING to Discuss Pay Rise for Nurses in Bid to End NHS Chaos

Sunak willing to discuss pay rise for nurses

Rishi Sunak has signalled a new willingness to negotiate with the nurses to end the strike that has crippled the NHS this winter. The prime minister said “we are about to start a new pay settlement round for this year,” indicating a new softness towards unions.

Speaker of the House: Kevin McCarthy FINALLY Secures Enough Votes After 15 Rounds

Kevin McCarthy elected Speaker of the House

After days of negotiation that almost led to a physical confrontation and 15 rounds of voting, Kevin McCarthy finally secured enough votes from his party to become Speaker of the House.

TOO CLOSE for Comfort: Russian Warship Carrying HYPERSONIC Missiles Approaches English Channel

Russian warship carrying hypersonic missiles approaches English Channel

Vladimir Putin has sent a Russian warship armed with cutting-edge hypersonic missiles on a course that will take it through the English Channel and into the Atlantic Ocean for “combat duty.” This will be the first Russian ship to be armed with hypersonic weapons that are capable of delivering nuclear warheads at speeds ten times the speed of sound, or almost 8,000mph.

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TURMOIL in Congress as Republicans TURN on Kevin McCarthy in House Speaker Vote

Republicans turn on Kevin McCarthy for House Speaker

After winning the House majority in the midterms, Republicans are now in chaos after a small group turned against the frontrunner for Speaker, GOP leader Kevin McCarthy. The role of House Speaker, previously held by Nancy Pelosi, requires at least 218 votes from fellow members of Congress.

In the last three rounds of voting, McCarthy has secured at most 203 votes, with at least 19 Republicans voting against him — meaning he has to change the minds of at least 15 to become Speaker. In the second round, all 19 nominated Jim Jordan, who contrarily supports Kevin McCarthy, telling the party to “rally around” the GOP leader in the third round.

But, they did not “rally” ...

Au contraire, despite voting for Jordan, they did not listen — not only did all 19 stand firm, but another one joined them! So now, as of the third round, McCarthy is down to 202 votes, and Jim Jordan grabbed his 20th supporter.

It could be a dangerous psychological game though, with both sides stubbornly standing their ground, perhaps believing the other side will back down for the good of the party, but neither will. In the meantime, there is a real possibility that the Democrats could snatch the Speaker position from right under their noses.

Despite the GOP winning the majority in the November midterms, the margin is narrow, and the House is essentially an even split. So if a small number of Republicans decide to completely turn and vote with the Democrats, the midterms won’t matter — there will be another Nancy Pelosi!

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63 KILLED: Ukraine Launches Devastating MISSILE Strike Against Russia-Controlled Region

Ukraine launches devastating missile strike

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, Ukraine used six missiles on the town of Makiivka in the Russia-controlled Donetsk region. Russia reported 63 deaths, but Ukraine claimed the attack killed hundreds. The missiles used are known as HIMARS and are supplied by the United States.

More CHANGES: Musk Announces ‘SIGNIFICANT’ Architecture Changes and New Science Policy for Twitter

Musk announces more changes to Twitter

Elon Musk announced Twitter’s new “policy is to follow the science, which necessarily includes reasoned questioning of the science,” as well as changes to the backend server architecture that should make the site “feel faster.”

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Economic SHUTDOWN: Largest Civil Service Union WARNS of Strikes by Doctors and Teachers

Civil service union warns of strikes

The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) has threatened the government with “coordinated and synchronized” strike action by teachers, junior doctors, firefighters, and all other unions that will cripple the economy into the new year.

Hunter Biden Hires Former Jared KUSHNER Lawyer for Renewed Investigation from House Republicans

Hunter Biden hires Jared Kushner lawyer

Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, has hired the former lawyer of Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as he faces a renewed investigation from House Republicans.

Another attorney for Hunter Biden announced that seasoned Washington lawyer Abbe Lowell had joined the legal team “to help advise” and “address the challenges” the president’s son is facing. Lowell previously represented Jared Kushner in Congress and during the investigation into Russian election interference, but he is more widely known for representing President Bill Clinton in the 1998 impeachment trial.

It comes after new Twitter CEO Elon Musk leaked the bombshell “Twitter files” that reported on how the social media company worked with the Biden campaign to kill the laptop story. To make matters worse for the Biden family, House Republicans won the majority in the midterm elections, meaning Hunter will face a renewed investigation from Congress.

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POLL: Twitter Users Vote to FIRE Elon Musk as Chief

Twitter uses vote to fire Elon Musk

After Musk apologized for implementing rules preventing people from mentioning other social media companies on the platform, the CEO of two months asked the community whether he should step down as head. 57% of the 17.5 million users who voted chose to fire him.

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SOLD OUT: Trump’s Superhero NFT Trading Cards Sell Out in Less than ONE Day

Trump superhero NFT trading card

On Thursday, President Trump announced the release of “limited edition” digital trading cards depicting the president as a superhero. The cards are non-fungible tokens (NFTs), meaning their ownership is securely verified on blockchain technology.

MORE STRIKES: Amazon Workers Join NHS Nurses and a LONG List of Others

Amazon workers strike

Amazon workers in Coventry have voted to formally strike in a UK first and join nurses who, on Thursday, started the largest strike in NHS history. They join a long list of other workers who have staged strikes this year, including Royal Mail postal workers, train workers, bus drivers, and airport staff, causing widespread disruption across the country before Christmas.

The disruption caused by the strikes has been extensive, particularly during the Christmas period, when there are more deliveries and busier hospitals.

The Amazon warehouse workers in Coventry voted on Friday to take strike action, asking for an hourly pay increase from £10 an hour to £15. They are the first UK Amazon staff to participate in a formal strike.

On Thursday, tens of thousands of nurses went on strike, resulting in 19,000 patient appointments being postponed. The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has asked for a 19% pay rise for nurses and has warned more strikes will follow in the new year. Rishi Sunak has said the 19% pay rise is unaffordable but that the government is open to negotiation.

The prime minister is reportedly concerned about the precedent it would set if the government gave into the RCN’s demands, fearing that other sectors would follow suit and ask for similar unaffordable pay rises.

FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) ARRESTED in Bahamas at Request of US Government

Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) arrested

Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) has been arrested in the Bahamas at the request of the US government. It comes after SBF, the founder of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX, agreed to testify before the US House Committee on Financial Services on 13 December.

Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried WILL Testify Before the US House Committee on 13 December

Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried

The founder of collapsed cryptocurrency trading firm FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), tweeted that he is “willing to testify” before the House Committee on Financial Services on the 13th of December.

In November, FTX’s native token plunged in price, causing customers to withdraw funds until FTX could not meet the demand. Subsequently, the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

SBF was once worth almost $30 billion and was the second-largest donor to Joe Biden’s presidential campaign. After the collapse of FTX, he is now under investigation for fraud and worth less than $100 thousand.

POLL: Conservatives Lose Vote Share to REFORM UK Party

Conservatives lose vote share to Reform UK

A new poll suggests the Conservative party is losing voters to Reform UK. The poll suggested Conservatives only have 20% of the national vote, with Labour at 47% and Reform at 9%.

The poll conducted by People’s polling for GB News indicated a one-point jump for Labour and a one-point drop for Conservatives in the last week. However, the key takeaway is the significant surge in support for Reform UK, previously known as the Brexit Party that Nigel Farage founded.

According to the poll, Reform UK is now the third most popular party with 9% of the national vote — beating the Liberal Democrats at 8% and the Greens at 6%.

Reform’s leader Richard Tice has voiced his hopes that Rishi Sunak’s government will be “the last ever Conservative government” and believes he would beat Keir Starmer “hands down” in an election.

Trump Legal WIN: Judge REFUSES to Hold Trump Team in Contempt Over Mar-a-Lago Documents

Trump legal win

A judge has ruled against a request from the Department of Justice to hold President Trump’s team in contempt of court for not fully complying with the subpoena for the classified documents seized at Mar-a-Lago.

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BITTER Rivalry: Georgia Senate RUNOFF Election Approaches

Georgia Senate runoff election

After a fierce campaign trail of personal attacks and scandal, the people of Georgia are getting ready to vote on Tuesday in the Senate runoff election. Republican and former NFL running back Herschel Walker will face Democrat and current senator Raphael Warnock for Georgia’s Senate seat.

Warnock narrowly won the Senate seat in a special election runoff in 2021 against Republican Kelly Loeffler. Now, Warnock must defend his seat in a similar runoff, this time against former football star Herschel Walker.

Under Georgia law, a candidate must obtain a majority of at least 50% of the vote to win outright in the first election round. However, if the race is close and a candidate for a smaller political party, or an independent, gets enough votes, no one will get a majority. In that case, a runoff election is scheduled between the top two candidates from round one.

On 8 November, the first round saw Senator Warnock grab 49.4% of the vote, narrowly ahead of Republican Walker with 48.5%, and 2.1% going to Libertarian Party candidate Chase Oliver.

The campaign trail has been fiery with accusations of domestic violence, not paying child support, and paying a woman to have an abortion. The intense rivalry will come to a head on Tuesday, 6 December, when Georgia voters make their final decision.

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Royal Family Faces ‘RACISM’ Backlash from Left-Wing Media

Royal Family faces new racism accusations

The Royal Family is facing a fresh bout of racism accusations from the left-wing media. Prince William’s godmother, Lady Susan Hussey, 83, has resigned from her duties and offered “profound apologies” for making allegedly racist comments at a reception hosted by the Queen Consort, Camilla.

The incident involved a woman who worked as an advocate for survivors of domestic abuse. She described the conversation as a “violation” when Lady Hussey asked her, “what part of Africa are you from?”

Despite the conversation being somewhat inappropriate, the left-wing media jumped on the racism bandwagon.

Donald Trump STILL Wants to SUE Twitter Despite Getting Account Back

Donald Trump still wants to sue Twitter

According to his lawyer, President Trump still wants to pursue legal action against Twitter for banning his account in January 2021, despite it being reinstated earlier this month.

Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk ran a poll asking users if Trump should be allowed back, and 52% to 48% voted “yes,” with over 15 million votes cast. President Trump even shared the poll on his Truth Social account, asking followers to vote favorably. But it now appears he has no interest in returning as he is yet to use his reactivated account after almost two weeks.

Shortly after being reinstated, Trump criticized Twitter during a video speech, saying he didn’t “see any reason” to return to the platform because his social network, Truth Social, was doing “phenomenally well.”

The former president said Truth Social has much better engagement than Twitter, describing Twitter as having “negative” engagement.

To add insult to injury, it appears Trump still holds a grudge against Twitter as his lawyer reports he is still pursuing legal action against the company, despite the lawsuit being dismissed by a judge in May — he is appealing the ruling.

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