The Daily Populous

Tuesday August 10th, 2021 night edition

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FILE - In this July 21, 2021 file photo, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin speaks at a press briefing at the Pentagon in Washington.

In memos distributed to all troops, top Pentagon leaders said the vaccine is a necessary step to maintain military readiness.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the mid-September deadline could be accelerated if the vaccine receives final FDA approval or infection rates continue to rise.

The Pentagon plan provides time for the FDA to give final approval to the Pfizer vaccine, which is expected early next month.

Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala., said the vaccine will help protect troops who live in cramped conditions and don’t have the option to telework.

The decision will add the COVID-19 vaccine to a list of other inoculations that service members are already required to get.

According to the Pentagon, more than 1 million troops are fully vaccinated and another 237,000 have received one shot. »

WB Games Says Zombies Aren't Screaming The N-Word During Back 4 Blood Beta

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However, while players enjoyed the death and blood, a few of them were left shocked when the zombies suddenly turned racist.

In a rather strange turn of events, Back 4 Blood beta players have reported cases of zombies yelling racial slurs at them, the n-word to be precise.

However, WB Games has come out with a statement saying that the sound in question isn’t supposed to be what it sounds like. »

Don’t Let Anyone Normalize January 6

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He remains the Republican Party’s best fundraiser, and the clear front-runner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.

Meanwhile, many in the conservative world are celebrating the January 6 attackers as victims of political persecution, if not as outright heroes.

The woman killed at the head of the charge to find and abduct Pence has been elevated as a martyr. »

Viktor Orbán censored a question Tucker Carlson asked about Xi Jinping, after the Fox host suggested Hungary was 'freer' than the US

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Orbán has friendly ties with Xi, and it's become a liability ahead of Hungary's 2022 elections.

As he was broadcasting from Hungary last week, Fox News host Tucker Carlson presented the Central European country as "freer" than the US and a model for the West.

Carlson portrayed Orbán as a pro-family leader who defends his borders, whitewashing the autocratic policies of the Hungarian leader's government. »