The Daily Populous

Sunday November 20th, 2022 night edition

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Elon Musk issued a Twitter poll asking if Donald Trump's account should be reinstated.

Trump was permanently suspended from the platform following the Capitol insurrection.

AOC issued a reminder about the "last time" Trump was on Twitter, which he "used to incite an insurrection.".

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"Review their extensive work & ask yourself why a billionaire is toying w/ bringing back the person responsible for this," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.

Trump has been permanently suspended from the site since January 8, 2021, following the Capitol siege by Trump supporters.

Several rioters and their attorneys blamed Trump for their involvement, saying the former president "asked us to go to the march on the 6th. »

Angela Álvarez crowned best new artist at Latin Grammys – aged 95

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Her grandson, Carlos, eventually recorded her songs on to an album with the help of the actor and fellow Cuban who hosted that concert: Andy García.

The self-titled record came out last year, setting up her nomination at Thursday’s edition of the Latin Grammys and a shared win with Silvana Estrada.

It’s hard to overstate some of the obstacles she had to overcome to make her mark on the music industry. »

FBI, Air Force Agents Raid UFO Blogger Joerg Arnu's Houses

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Earlier this month, agents from both the FBI and the U.S. Air Force raided multiple homes belonging to a man who runs a little-known blog about Area 51.

Since 1999, Arnu has run Dreamland Resort, a website that covers activities in and around Area 51, the notoriously secretive government facility located in Groom Lake, Nevada.

Gizmodo reached out to both Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas and the Justice Department. »

Thinking About the Unthinkable

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Kim would thus likely worry that any PRC intervention would pose an existential threat and will be prepared to take strong military action against the PRC.

With inferior conventional military forces, Kim would almost certainly be forced to confront the PRC with nuclear weapons to deter or defeat PRC intervention.

Analysis of the existing literature and expert interviews revealed that the DPRK's future nuclear threat towards the PRC is under examined and frequently dismissed. »