The Daily Populous

Sunday December 13rd, 2020 morning edition

image for MAGA Protesters Chant ‘Destroy the GOP’ at Pro-Trump Rally

The rally was held just one day after the Supreme Court delivered a likely fatal blow to Trump’s hopes of remaining in power.

Nick Fuentes speaks to a crowd of Trump supporters and gets them chanting “destroy the GOP!”

for failing to protect Trump from not getting a second term. — Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) December 12, 2020.

The president even flew over the gathered crowd in Marine One en route to a football game at West Point.

If you’ve ever wanted to watch Michael Flynn’s sister epically botch God Bless America at a seditious cult rally, here you go.

Even minor MAGA celebrity Mike Lindell, AKA the My Pillow guy, tried to inject hope into the crowd.

Despite these protesters’ efforts, the Electoral College is still scheduled to vote on Monday, and the vote will make Biden’s victory official. »

No-kill, lab-grown meat to go on sale for first time

Authored by

The cells for Eat Just’s product are grown in a 1,200-litre bioreactor and then combined with plant-based ingredients.

He said cultivated meat was unlikely to become mainstream for some years, until it matched the cost of conventional meat.

Hsin Huang, the secretary general of the International Meat Secretariat, which represents the global meat and livestock industry, agreed the cultured meat approval was a significant moment. »

Gym defying COVID-19 orders being fined nearly $10K per day

Authored by

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — The state has levied a large fine against a Graham gym that is defying Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s orders meant to slow the spread of the virus.

Owner Michael Knick is operating the business and vows to keep it open, despite the fines which amount to nearly $10,000 per day.

L&I said it will be working with the state attorney general’s office and Inslee’s office to determine if further action is needed, Church said. »

Walt Disney World will digitally add masks to guests not wearing them in ride photos: Report

Authored by

If you visit Walt Disney World, you’ll be wearing a mask one way or another.

Disney World has allegedly updated how it handles people not wearing masks on rides, by digitally adding the facial covering to rogue guests in the photos that can be purchased afterward.

Previously, Disney World would not allow those without masks to see or purchase their photos taken during rides. »