25 News Briefs That Broke Our News
There's always at least one in every election. The candidate who does something so outrageous, you can't help but question their judgement. This time, it's GOP candidate Kari Lake and her “Secure Our Border” ad campaign, which used … Russian troops. And people are not happy. But this isn't the only recent story of people in positions of power doing dumb things (not that anyone expects we'll run out of those stories any time soon, of course). CEO Andrew Thorburn faced criticism for his role as chairman of a conservative church that compares abortion rates to the Holocaust-- a position he held for exactly one day after public outcry, before resigning from his job as boss of National Australia Bank. He claims it was intolerant to criticize him in the first place. And, for the last installment of bizareness we'll cover here, Far Cry 6 is releasing a $120 “Game of the Year” edition despite not winning “Game of the Year." The GOTY bundle includes ‘Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon’ as well as an upcoming expansion and existing DLC, even though virtually no one would consider the game as one of 2021’s best according to awards given out thus far… What gives?