The Daily Populous

Wednesday May 9th, 2018 day edition

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AT&T paid $200,000 to Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, and the payments stop right after Trump’s FCC pick Ajit Pai repealed net neutrality.

TL;DR: AT&T is sketchy as hell and you should join the Red Alert for Net Neutrality starting tomorrow and contact your lawmakers!.

Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, alleges that AT&T paid $200,000 to Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen through the same shell company he used to pay Stormy Daniels.

The money came in four installments of $50,000, starting in early 2017 and ending in January 2018, right after Trump’s pick for FCC chair, Ajit Pai, rushed through the repeal of net neutrality, despite overwhelming outcry from across the political spectrum.

AT&T confirms the payment, and explains it away saying they paid Cohen as a consultant to “gain insight” into the Trump White House.

Not conclusive, but certainly fishy and worth looking into.

In the meantime, the Senate is about to vote on a resolution to block the FCC repeal and restore net neutrality, so contact your lawmakers now, and join the Red Alert protests starting tomorrow. »

A.P. Bio Renewed for Season 2 at NBC

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NBC is continuing the A.P. Bio experiment: The Glenn Howerton midseason comedy has been renewed for a second season, TVLine has learned.

RELATEDGood Girls Renewed at NBC. A.P. Bio debuted in February with a sneak preview, then got a special ratings-boosting showcase following the Winter Olympics.

Last Thursday’s season finale pulled in just 2.1 million total viewers with a 0.6 demo rating, but the overall numbers were apparently enough for NBC to order a second season. »