The Daily Populous

Friday September 27th, 2019 morning edition

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And the president went full Trumpillo this morning, seemingly threatening that the whistleblower who filed a complaint against him should be executed.

At a private breakfast in New York, Trump likened the filing of a just released complaint to treason.

“I want to know who’s the person, who’s the person who gave the whistleblower the information?

Because that’s close to a spy,” he said, according to the Los Angeles Times.

“You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart?

He seemed to suggest that a third party, who gave the information to the person who filed the complaint was a spy.

“Many of them are scum, and then you have some good reporters, but not many of them, I’ll be honest with you. »

Army warns soldiers to be ready for potential violence by incels at 'Joker' screenings: reports

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Military commanders are warning service members about the potential for mass shootings at screenings of the upcoming film "Joker", according to media reports.

In a Sept. 18 memo, the Army told soldiers to “identify two escape routes” and “run, hide, fight."

The Army issued the memo in response to social media posts from so-called "incels" that were uncovered by the FBI, the website said. »

IRS Whistleblower Also Alleged Trump Acted Improperly

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While President Donald Trump currently has his hands–and the Department of Justice–full with allegations of impropriety vis-à-vis the Ukraine-phone-call-whistleblower-complaint-cover-up scandal, there is reportedly another whistleblower and concomitant complaint waiting for the 45th president in the wings.

That court filing includes a letter authored by House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.)

As a result of that IRS whistleblower complaint, Neal requested “a rolling production of documents and communications of specified Treasury and IRS employees.”. »

Facebook confirms its “standards” don’t apply to politicians

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Speech from politicians is officially exempt from the platform's fact checking and decency standards, the company has clarified, with a few exceptions.

Facebook at the time was uncertain how to handle posts from the Trump campaign, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Clegg's update says that Facebook by default "will treat speech from politicians as newsworthy content that should, as a general rule, be seen and heard." »


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FORMER WWE INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPION SIGNS DEAL WITH.... Former Impact Wrestling Champion John Hennigan has signed a deal to return to World Wrestling Entertainment, has confirmed.

Hennigan was also one of the top stars in the El Rey Network's Lucha Underground promotion, performing as Johnny Mundo and holding the Lucha Underground Championship.

Over the course of his Impact run, Hennigan (as Johnny Impact) held the promotion's top title and had been one of the cornerstones of the company. »