The Daily Populous

Thursday April 9th, 2020 evening edition

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Oversight erased, Supreme Court hijacked: Trump turns the presidency into a dictatorship.

Judging by what we’ve seen from President Donald Trump over the past few days, Biden is right.

It began Friday night, when Trump informed Congress that he was firing MIchael Atkinson, the Intelligence Community’s inspector general.

There was a time when oversight over massive government spending was the centerpiece of the Republican oversight agenda.

The highest court in the land has effectively been hijacked — serving only the interests of Donald Trump.

By taking a wrecking ball to independent oversight, Trump has made the presidency into a dictatorship.

That is, assuming Trump, the Republicans and the Supreme Court let us. »

The Lack Of Racial Diversity In ‘Tiger King’ On Netflix Is Happily Welcomed By Black Folks

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Watching Tiger King, I just want to point that there don't seem to be any Black people a part of this wild shit.

Even though it is a series documenting reality, it still could mark the first time in modern history when a lack of racial diversity on a TV show was actually readily welcomed by Black people.

Black People: 1st two episodes of Tiger King- What in the trailer park hell is this?!?! »

Report: LTE Cell Signal, COVID-19 and Remote Work

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Over 10 million US employees working from home due to COVID-19 suffer from poor cell signal coverage and daily Internet connectivity issues at home In our survey, 15.5% of Americans said they had issues with Internet connectivity daily.

The pandemic is having a huge impact on the daily lives of millions of Americans, forcing many to “shelter in place.”.

At Waveform, we pride ourselves on writing the most detailed, technical guides on everything related to improving cell signal. »

Two Residents in Motion Picture Retirement Home Die of Coronavirus

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According to Variety, one of the residents was 64-year-old John Breier, who had had multiple sclerosis for the past 25 years.

His wife, Mona, was a member of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees union, a spokesperson for the MPTF told Vanity Fair.

Beitcher noted that both residents had been living at the retirement home’s long-term care unit for many years. »

Death Count Expected To Soar As NYC Says It Will Begin Reporting Probable COVID Deaths In Addition To Confirmed Ones

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She didn’t say when the city would begin reporting suspected deaths along with the overall count.

The announcement comes as New York City saw the largest single day of deaths so far from the COVID-19 pandemic — 727 people passed away in a 24-hour period.

On Tuesday evening, the city reported 3,544 people have died of coronavirus, as confirmed by lab tests. »