The Daily Populous

Tuesday December 13rd, 2022 day edition

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Reuters witnesses saw Bolsonaro supporters, many in their trademark yellow national soccer jerseys or draped in Brazilian flags, confronting security forces at police headquarters.

Federal police said "disturbances" near the headquarters were being handled with support from capital security forces.

The violence unfolded after a Bolsonaro supporter was detained for allegedly organizing violent "anti-democratic acts," according to the judge who ordered his arrest.

Hundreds of Bolsonaro supporters gathered outside the presidential residence on Monday afternoon with banners calling for "military intervention."

"There's not going to be an inauguration," said Jose Trindade, 58, one of the Bolsonaro supporters in the crowd.

Xavante, an indigenous leader, is among the Bolsonaro supporters who have protested in defiance of the Oct. 30 election result.

Who decides which way the armed forces go are you," Bolsonaro told his supporters at the gates of the presidential residence on Friday. »

Pennsylvania city bans declawing cats: report

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A city in Pennsylvania has officially made declawing cats illegal. reports how the Allentown City Council unanimously voted to ban the declawing of cats on Wednesday, exempting only therapeutic purposes such as illness or infection.

Allentown’s motion to making declawing cats illegal will take effect 10 days after the vote. »

Mark Meadows Exchanged Texts With 34 Members Of Congress About Plans To Overturn The 2020 Election

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White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows exchanged text messages with at least 34 Republican members of Congress as they plotted to overturn President Trump’s loss in the 2020 election.

It hosted meetings for the far- right House Freedom Caucus and, according to Meadows’ log, served as something of a headquarters for members of Congress working to overturn the election.

In addition to Lee’s meeting, Babin sent a text to Meadows in late December 2020 describing plans for an “objector meeting” at CPI. »

Musk’s Twitter disbands its Trust and Safety advisory group

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Musk's Twitter has dissolved its Trust and Safety Council, the advisory group of around 100 independent civil, human rights and other organizations that the company formed in 2016 to address hate speech, child exploitation, suicide, self-harm and other problems on the platform.

Twitter, which is based in San Francisco, had confirmed the meeting with the council Thursday in an email in which it promised an “open conversation and Q&A” with Twitter staff, including the new head of trust and safety, Ella Irwin.

The Trust and Safety Council, in fact, had as one of its advisory groups one that focused on child exploitation. »

'Frothing' Tampa Bay man in Capitol riot photo avoids prison sentence

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Even in a giant crowd outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, the man seems alone, enraged but also pained.

He had pleaded guilty to felony charges for his role in the attack on the Capitol, where he charged a line of officers like a fullback.

Court proceedings later revealed the man in the viral photo as Council and provided the details of this story. »