The Daily Populous

Tuesday December 28th, 2021 evening edition

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Schmeck spoke with The Oregonian on Saturday, in which he said the comment was made in jest and that he was not a “Trumper.”

While the denial made its way around the media, it struck an obviously dissonant tone considering the phrase’s origin.

Trump supporters reveled online at Schmeck’s prank on the president, who responded at the time with, “Let’s go Brandon, I agree.”.

The committee is investigating Bannon’s involvement in the Capitol insurrection by Trump supporters who had tried to stop Biden from becoming president.

Every audit in every state that conducted one has shown that Biden won the election.

The president won 306 votes in Electoral College, while Trump received 232.

Biden also won the popular vote by more than 7 million. »

Disinformation and the Donbas: The End Point of Maskirovka?

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The build-up of military forces on Ukraine’s border and Russia’s increasingly aggressive posturing towards Ukraine was supported by a disinformation campaign conducted by pro-Kremlin media outlets which target the country.

It is also worth questioning if Moscow can pull back the momentum of its own disinformation campaigns and an extensive military build-up.

What lies at the end point of maskirovka is unclear, perhaps not only for observers but also for the Kremlin itself. »

Rand Paul mocked for saying Democrats stealing elections using completely legal methods

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Kentucky senator Rand Paul was mocked on social media after he accused Democrats of “stealing elections” legally by convincing potential voters to support them.

Jason Johnson, an American political scientist, asked if campaigning became “stealing” when a Republican loses the election.

The Republicans have been trying to discredit the bipartisan system, which comprises an equal number of Republicans and Democrats, that oversees the elections. »

Man banned from leaving Israel for 8,000 years over child support

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An Australian man has been reportedly subjected to an 8,000-year exit ban and will not be allowed to leave Israel until the year 9999 due to unpaid child support, NewsAU reports.

Noam Huppert, a 44-year-old foreign national of Australia , has had a “stay-of-exit” order against him since 2013 and cannot lift the order until he makes an outstanding $3.34 million in child support payments.

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If Rep. Cori Bush Has Her Way, Members of Congress Could Be Expelled for 1/6 Involvement

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Missouri Representative Cori Bush sent out a tweet Monday urging her fellow House members to pass a proposed bill that would investigate and ultimately expel members of Congress involved in the January 6 attack.

H.Res 25 was originally drafted five days after the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

In her tweet, Bush then argued for expelling the members of Congress who incited violence by referencing Section Three of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. »