The Daily Populous

Tuesday November 1st, 2022 night edition

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Though he would obviously deny it, what D’Souza is doing there is telling his followers: This violence is all right.

That was also the message from Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin, who thought it was appropriate to use the attack as a set-up to a punch line about sending Nancy Pelosi back to California.

With his formulation—violence is wrong, “but…”—he was telling people there was no need to take this seriously.

Every Republican who went on Fox News over the weekend to talk about DePape’s attack as just another example of crime gone wild in liberal San Francisco was doing the same.

And saying “but Steve Scalise” and “but Brett Kavanaugh” and “but Lee Zeldin” (two other conservatives who were targets of real or threatened violence this year) has the same effect.

Sure, “both sides” are capable of violence.

As if there is an equivalence between some guy with 300 followers and the man in charge of the National Republican Congressional Committee (that’s Emmer). »

4 men plead guilty to conspiring to rape drugged wives after exchanging wife-sharing fantasies

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The court heard that the men met their respective accomplices online as early as 2010, on the forum Sammyboy and other platforms for wife-sharing fantasies.

The court heard that the men discussed various wife-sharing fantasies, exchanged details of their sex lives and would share explicit images and footage.

They agreed to use a sedative to sedate their wives, so that other men could rape them. »

Microsoft will keep Call of Duty on Sony platforms "as long as there's a PlayStation out there to ship to"

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Speaking to the Same Brain Youtube channel, Spencer pledged to keep releasing Call of Duty games on Sony's consoles "as long as there's a PlayStation out there to ship to".

Still, regulators have questioned how long this will actually last, if and when Activision Blizzard is owned by Microsoft.

"Giving Microsoft control of Activision games like Call of Duty" had "major negative implications", Sony said at the time. »