The Daily Populous

Thursday September 23rd, 2021 night edition

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“And Bannon had actually been in close touch with President Trump for days before January 6th.

Based on our reporting, he privately told President Trump to have a reckoning on January 6th.

And he said to the president, it’s time to kill the Biden presidency in the crib,” he added.

“Yeah, because [of] his legitimacy,” Mr Bannon said about Mr Biden.

“Forty-two per cent of the American people think that Biden did not win the presidency legitimately.”.

Mr Bannon appeared to be referring to an Economist/YouGov poll conducted 8-10 November 2020, just days after the election, among 1,500 registered voters in the US.

“He said to his aides in the Oval Office, ‘Listen to them, these are my supporters. »

Germany to end quarantine pay for those without vaccinations

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Critics have said such rules would be equivalent to a mandate for COVID-19 vaccinations because many workers cannot afford to stay at home without pay.

Vaccinations are not compulsory in Germany but authorities have been taking measures that make it increasingly inconvenient to be unvaccinated.

Germany has fully vaccinated 74% of adults, compared to 72.3% across the European Union as a whole, official data show. »

Bride-to-be spent planned wedding day on ventilator before dying of COVID-19

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A Kentucky man is mourning the loss of his 29-year-old fiancé after she spent their planned wedding day on a ventilator before succumbing to a COVID-19 infection that had irreversibly damaged her lungs.

Wendell started off with a light cough, according to Eskew, which would get worse as the day went on.

"She had broken out in stress hives before because of all of the stress of the wedding planning and everything that’s going on. »

Afghanistan girls soccer team given asylum in Portugal

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Then the message finally came early Sunday: A charter flight would carry the girls and their families from Afghanistan - to where they didn't know.

Robert McCreary, a former congressional chief of staff and White House official under President George W. Bush who has worked with special forces in Afghanistan and helped lead the effort to rescue the national girls soccer team, said Portugal granted the girls and their families asylum.

Wida Zemarai, a goalkeeper and coach for the Afghanistan women's national soccer team who moved to Sweden after the Taliban ascended to power in 1996, said the girls were emotional after their rescue. »

Kansas Boy’s Bug Collection Garners Blue Ribbon at State Fair—and Federal Investigation

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A student earned a blue ribbon for his science project at the Kansas State Fair—as well as a federal investigation.

The 4-H member submitted a bug collection as his entry, which included a spotted lanternfly—an invasive insect that is wreaking havoc across the Northeastern United States.

At the Kansas State Fair, the boy’s entry earned him a blue ribbon, the competition’s second-highest award. »