The Daily Populous

Tuesday November 8th, 2022 evening edition

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Nancy Pelosi spoke with CNN’s Anderson Cooper Monday night in her first interview since her husband, Paul Pelosi, was brutally attacked.

Pelosi also confirmed that Paul’s operation was a “success” but said it is only one part of the recovery, as the head injury was “drastic.”.

When Cooper asked Pelosi what she thought about the conspiracy theories being pushed by former President Donald Trump and Elon Musk, Pelosi said, “It’s really sad for the country that people of that high visibility would separate themselves from the facts and the truth in such a blatant way.”.

Cooper then asked if there is “enough common ground among Americans to come together,” as “people on all sides would agree that it does not seem sustainable.”.

There has to be some adult supervision on the Republican side in order to say, ‘Enough.’”.

Pelosi was not at home at the time of her husband’s attack, which she called “a flame that was fueled by misinformation.”

Towards the end of her interview, Pelosi referenced the consequences of election misinformation, and said, “I do believe our democracy is in danger.”. »

The New Way to Fight Climate Change

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They will argue about which countries are behind on their pledges and which are doing the most to fight the climate crisis.

The 2015 Paris climate agreement, designed for flexibility, allowed different countries to pursue diverse approaches to cutting emissions.

On many topics that have dominated global climate diplomacy, however, the endless wrangling has not generated much benefit. »

Massachusetts museum returns sacred items to Sioux tribes

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— About 150 artifacts considered sacred by the Lakota Sioux peoples are being returned to them after being stored at a small Massachusetts museum for more than a century.

They had been held by the Founders Museum in Barre, Massachusetts, about 74 miles west of Boston.

The museum also has other Indigenous items not believed to have originated with the Sioux. »

Georgia’s Governor Deputized GOP Vigilantes to Challenge 149,000 Voters

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So far, the 159 counties in Georgia have sent the Palast Investigative Fund a breathtaking 149,168 challenges filed against voters.

Our investigators contacted several hundred of these accused voters and they are, overwhelmingly, like Major Turner, Black or young.

Governor Kemp’s vigilante voter law does provide targeted voters a way to challenge the challenge. »