The Daily Populous

Monday May 16th, 2022 night edition

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People march to the scene of a shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, May 15, 2022.

The Buffalo attack prompted grief and anger in the predominantly Black neighborhood around Tops Friendly Market.

A group of people gathered there Sunday afternoon to lead chants of “Black lives matter” and mourn victims that included an 86-year-old woman who had just visited her husband in a nursing home and a supermarket security guard, both of whom were Black.

“Somebody filled his heart so full of hate that he would destroy and devastate our community,” the Rev.

As the country reeled from the Buffalo attack, new details emerged about the gunman’s past and Saturday’s rampage, which the shooter livestreamed on Twitch.

Federal agents served multiple search warrants and interviewed Gendron’s parents, who were cooperating with investigators, the law enforcement official said.

You can’t even go to the damn store in peace,” Buffalo resident Yvonne Woodard told the AP. »

Marvel’s Midnight Suns Gets Another 16+ Rating Detailing Violent and Sexual Content

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Marvel’s Midnight Suns has been given a rating in Singapore and the rating description has outlined all the violent and sexual content in the game.

In their description, the rating board has provided a general outline of the story as well as the mature content that is included in the game.

‘Marvel’s Midnight Suns’ is a turn-based, strategy roleplaying game set in the Marvel universe. »

Buffalo Suspect Embraced Racist 'Replacement' Conspiracy Pushed By Tucker Carlson

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“That threat to our community in Buffalo and western New York is a threat to the nation.”.

In September, Media Matters reported that Carlson launched a “dedicated campaign to insert the ‘great replacement’ conspiracy theory … into mainstream Republican discourse.”.

The conspiracy motivated white nationalists who marched in 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia (who were described as “very fine people” by then-President Donald Trump). »