The Daily Populous

Friday October 15th, 2021 night edition

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An Alaska lawmaker who was banned from an airline after refusing to wear a mask has tested positive for COVID-19.

When I defeat it, I will tell you my recipe,” the Republican pol posted, before going on to list her “recipe” of unsanctioned treatments.

Sen. Lora Reinbold, banned by Alaskan Airlines for refusing to wear a mask, revealed she tested positive for COVID-19.

Reinbold described Ivirmectin, which the FDA warned against using to treat COVID-19, as a “de-covider” in a social media post.

Sen. David Wilson of Alaska also tested positive for COVID-19.

Juneau, the capital of Alaska, is only accessible by plane or boat, not by car.

A second state Republican, Sen. David Wilson, also tested positive for the virus, according to the Anchorage Daily News. »

Woman who allegedly pretended to be a doctor and issued fake COVID exemptions 'doesn't believe she's done anything wrong'

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Key points: Police said the woman does not hold a medical doctorate and is not registered as a health practitioner within Australia.

She was charging up to $150 for fake "medical exemption" certificates She faces fines up to $10,000 and potential jail time.

She was charged under Health Practitioner National Law with five counts of taking a title indicating a person is a health practitioner. »

Suspect in Norway attack named as police say they're treating it as terrorism

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The suspect had not appeared on their radar this year though, Sæverud indicated, saying the police had "received no reports in 2021 regarding radicalization.".

A police investigator passes a Norwegian policeman standing guard Thursday as investigations continue into the deadly bow-and-arrow attack in Kongsberg, Norway.

ET): Police receive a call alerting them that a man with a bow and arrow is shooting at people. »

Yes, Pentagon’s annual budget is twice the spending proposed to pay for Build Back Better Act

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"The annual Pentagon budget hovers over $750 billion annually, twice that of the much debated Build Back Better Act that costs about $350 billion annually as currently proposed.

And the Build Back Better Act is PAID for, unlike the Pentagon’s budget (which we don’t even audit!).".

In a tweet, Pocan claimed the Pentagon’s annual budget is twice that of the spending that would be authorized under the Build Back Better Act being hammered out in Congress. »