The Daily Populous

Tuesday October 25th, 2022 day edition

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If you follow Marco Rubio or basically any prominent Republican on Twitter, you probably saw a story the Florida senator tweeted Monday morning about one of his canvassers being beaten by four men who “told him Republicans weren’t allowed in their neighborhood.”

Rubio attached grisly ambulance photos to the tweet:.

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I immediately smelled a rat, especially considering that Hialeah, Florida—where the incident took place—is a Republican stronghold.

As the day goes on, it’s become increasingly clear that the story didn’t happen the way Rubio said it did.

It feels almost like the desperate move of a politician whose Democratic opponent wiped the floor with him in a debate last week. »

Talent agency CAA drops Ye after antisemitic posts

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Hollywood talent powerhouse Creative Artists Agency has cut ties with Kanye West, now legally known as Ye, following a series of antisemitic remarks by the artist.

The agency has officially dropped the rapper as a client, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to CBS MoneyWatch.

On Monday, film and television studio MRC Entertainment also said it would scrap a completed documentary about the rapper. »

Biden warns GOP will ‘crash the economy’ if it wins control of Congress

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November’s midterm elections are likely to shift the political landscape and impact what President Biden can accomplish during the remainder of his first term.

Voters in more than half of the states will need to register before Election Day to cast a ballot.

The midterm elections determine control of Congress: The party that has the House or Senate majority gets to organize the chamber and decide what legislation Congress considers. »

The cutting-edge cellular therapies aiming to ease America's organ shortage

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“Exacerbating the organ shortage problem, the donor pool is expected to shrink further because of the obesity epidemic.

Liver steatosis [aka fatty liver disease ] is increasingly common in donors and is a significant risk factor in liver transplantation.”.

Even the simple act of collecting cellular samples can quickly turn deadly if the wrong bit of organ is bisected. »

Congressional investigation needed into Clarence and Ginni Thomas - CREW

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“The Judiciary Committees have responsibility for the oversight of our judiciary and law enforcement agencies, and investigating Ginni Thomas’s conduct and Justice Thomas’s failure to recuse is an essential exercise of that oversight responsibility.”.

Justice Thomas has recused himself from 54 cases since joining the Supreme Court in order to avoid the perception of potential conflicts of interest, including 17 cases involving his son. »