The Daily Populous

Tuesday January 31st, 2023 evening edition

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Instead, the chilling audio hints at a man who feels confident in his false accusations and supported in his belief that the Trumpist agenda must be forced upon America through violence.

It's a view that, while they often avoid saying out loud, is widely backed by the rest of the GOP.

DePage is getting support from Republicans in both fairly direct ways and in ways that are larger and more diffuse.

The more direct approval comes in the form of "jokes" and conspiracy theories about the attack on Pelosi.

The "questions" were actually conspiracy theories, most of which were grossly homophobic, suggesting that the attack was something other than right-wing political violence.

In the two years since the January 6 insurrection, Republicans have made it clear that they have fully embraced political violence.

But they're still the party of Trump, and after January 6, that means being the party of domestic terrorism. »

The dissolution of the Russian Federation is a far less dangerous than leaving it ruled by criminals

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Anna Fotyga is a Polish Member of the European Parliament and the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland.

The European Parliament and many other parliaments around the globe have labelled the Russian Federation a terrorist state.

I am convinced it will be also the case of the Russian Federation, bringing freedom to Ichkerians, Circassians, Buriats, Chuckots and many others. »

The Wagner Group is Recruiting in Serbia

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The Wagner Group also published a video where Serbians appeared to have been training together with Russian soldiers.

Overall, the Wagner Group appears to have appealed to right-wing nationalists in Serbia with its recruiting drive.

The labelling of the Wagner Group as a criminal organisation has also led to a series of sanctions against it and against those who aid the Wagner Group. »

Judge says Texas Attorney General Paxton must face ethics lawsuit

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[1/2] Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks ahead of a rally held by former U.S. President Donald Trump, in Robstown, Texas, U.S., October 22, 2022.

Jan 30 (Reuters) - Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton must face an ethics lawsuit by state attorney regulators over a case he brought challenging results of the 2020 election, according to a court ruling posted on Monday.

The ruling is a setback for Paxton, who had argued that his work as the top Texas state lawyer was beyond the reach of Texas attorney ethics regulators. »