The Daily Populous

Monday December 20th, 2021 evening edition

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U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Rome, reported owning stock in three different COVID-19 vaccine makers during 2020, according to financial disclosures she submitted on August 13.

(READ MORE: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Ringgold Festival of Flags: 'So proud of people here and their patriotism').

Greene owns stock in Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson.

According to the disclosure filed in August, her income from her stock in each of the three companies was between $201-$1,000.

She asked readers to choose which of three vaccine companies Greene owns stock in, then left an option for "all of the above.".

(READ MORE: Seven candidates challenging Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene in 2022).

I know I am not the only one who is surprised to find Rep. Greene owns stock in three of the four major vaccine manufacturing companies despite her open disdain for the vaccine," Strahan said in a statement to the Times Free Press on Friday. »

One farmer's seaweed discovery could help slow methane emissions — and change the world

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On Prince Edward Island in Canada, farmer Joe Dorgan's unlikely discovery has the potential to change the world.

Dorgan knew instinctively that seaweed would be healthy for cows, but research revealed an unintended consequence: seaweed made cows less gassy.

Kinley's research showed Asparagopsis, a common type of red seaweed, has the potential to virtually eliminate methane emissions from livestock. »

Marjorie Taylor Greene Refers to 'Yellow People' in Speech on GOP Diversity

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Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) referred to "yellow people" while pushing back against claims of the GOP being a "white supremacist party.".

And I heard—someone I really like—I think I heard that a lot of people here like a guy named Donald J.

Marjorie Taylor Greene suggests the presence of “yellow people” and other groups at TPUSA’s #AMFEST2021 means it’s not a “white supremacist party.” »

21-year-old El Paso man jailed for allegedly posing as cop, trying to pull over vehicles

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EL PASO, Texas – A 21-year-old El Paso man was arrested Saturday night after authorities said he posed as a police officer and tried to pull over vehicles.

Israel Rubio was being held Sunday in the El Paso County Detention Center on charges of impersonating a public servant and narcotics possession.

El Paso County Sheriff's deputies said Rubio had outfitted his Chrysler 300 with red and blue lights in an attempt to make it look like a law enforcement vehicle. »

Trump Administration Deliberately Tanked Covid Response for Political Purposes: Report

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The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis on Friday released a 46-page report confirming what was readily apparent to most reasonable, informed Americans: The Trump administration made “deliberate efforts” to undermine America’s response to Covid-19 for political purposes.

New information released Friday, however, further illustrates how public health officials were put in difficult positions by the administration.

The Farmers-to-Families Food Box Program, it notes, was “used as a partisan tool to secure political advantages” for Trump himself. »