The Daily Populous

Friday October 23rd, 2020 day edition

image for People embrace rebranding of 'Proud Boys' to 'Poor Boys' after Biden misspeaks

He has made everything worse across the board.

He said about the poor boys, the last time we were on stage here, he said 'I tell them to stand down and stand ready,'" Biden said during Thursday night's debate.

Biden's verbal slip up Thursday earned jeers from journalists, media pundits and other Twitter users.

proud boys ---> poor boys ---> broke bois — Steadman™ (@AsteadWesley) October 22, 2020.

I love that Biden just called them the "Poor Boys."

Biden slipped up there, but fuck it, let's go with it - we'll call them the Poor Boys from now on.

— Avi Bueno (@Avi_Bueno) October 22, 2020. »

North Carolina man arrested after he’s discovered with guns, explosives in plot to assassinate Joe Biden

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Alexander Hillel Treisman was arrested in late May outside of Kannapolis, North Carolina after plotting to assassinate former Vice President Joe Biden and carry out an act of terrorism, reported WBTV News.

It’s the second assassination plot to kill Biden that the public is aware of this year.

Treisman van had been parked outside a Kannapolis bank in the parking lot and the staff called the police to investigate. »

Biden lands repeated blows on conspiracy-focused Trump in final showdown

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“Anyone who’s responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States,” the former vice president said.

“He says we are learning to live with it,” Mr Biden said, “we are learning to die with it.”.

Moments later, Mr Biden claimed the president took no responsibility for the repeated spread of the virus on US soil. »

Charlie Hebdo Muhammad cartoons projected onto government buildings in defiance of Islamist terrorists

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Cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad were projected onto government buildings in France as part of a tribute to history teacher Samuel Paty, who was murdered by an Islamist terrorist last week.

Paty was beheaded while walking home on Friday evening, just days after he showed Charlie Hebdo’s caricatures of Mohammad to pupils in a class about freedom of expression.

In a tribute to the slain teacher, Macron described him as a “quiet hero” who “embodied” the values of the French Republic. »