The Daily Populous

Friday March 12nd, 2021 night edition

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At CPAC in February, Marjorie Taylor Greene falsely suggested that Guam is a foreign country.

The US territory's congressional delegate has since offered Greene cookies.

The office of the governor of Guam also offered Greene educational resources on the island.

GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia was offered cookies and a geography lesson by leaders in Guam after she falsely suggested the US territory is a foreign country that didn't deserve aid.

In comments at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Florida in late February that surfaced on Tuesday, Greene said: "I'm a regular person.

And I wanted to take my regular-person, normal, everyday American values, which is, we love our country.

There are close to 6,200 active-duty US troops in Guam, which is home to roughly 170,000 people. »

Grant Imahara's BABY YODA Bot Is Highly Animated

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Imahara, best known as one of the stars of the television series Mythbusters, posted video and pictures of his robotic Baby Yoda to Instagram and Twitter.

He explained on Instagram that he’s spent three months building the diminutive animatronic as a not-for-profit project.

In the post, Imahara adds that he and the animatronic Baby Yo’ will be touring children’s hospitals, which sounds admirable and entertaining. »

Conspiracy Theorist Who Stormed Trudeau’s Property Sentenced to Six Years

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Corey Hurren, a 46-year-old Canadian Armed Forces reservist, posted conspiracy content on social media shortly before ramming the gates.

Hurren said he was hoping to “speak” to Trudeau when he stormed the property.

It provides psychological comfort to think that there's this cabal of bad people out there who are responsible for this.”. »

Judge reinstates third-degree murder charge against ex-cop Derek Chauvin in George Floyd's death

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Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill has reinstated a third-degree murder charge against the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd.

Cahill ruled at the time that a third-degree murder charge under Minnesota law requires proof that someone's conduct was "eminently dangerous to others," not just to Floyd.

Frase said that although he believes prosecutors "have at least as good a case on the second-degree murder charge," the middle charge of third-degree murder allows a compromise verdict if any jurors resist convicting for a charge as high as second-degree murder. »

Jeffrey Epstein mansion sells for $51m with abused women to receive the money

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Jeffrey Epstein's New York mansion has been sold more than a year after he died in prison.

The mansion is the most expensive of Mr Epstein's properties, whose portfolio included a ranch in New Mexico, two private islands, and a waterfront mansion in Palm Beach.

Last month, the administrator for the Epstein Victims' Compensation Program, Jordy Feldman, said claim payouts would be suspended because the fund ran out of money. »