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Far Cry 5 stands out as it’s the first in the series to let gamers mow down Americans (albeit fictitious), not mutants or foreigners.
“Previous Far Cry games have been set in remote locales crawling with fictional villains (and even mutants at one point—how far it’s all come) and were easy to dismiss as pleasantly distant and fully fictional,”
The latest Far Cry follows a growing trend in video games to cast Americans as the enemy, according to The Verge:
originally posted by: RomeByFire
Info Wars.... one of the dumbest websites on the face of this planet.
The rally, drawing roughly 200 people both in support and against Trump's decision, ran about two hours and was organized by the Fairfax County Republican Committee and the Republican Party of Virginia.
"This is a globalist play thing issue," said Marilyn Oachs, a Trump supporter from Bethesda, Maryland. "I'm not here for that issue I'm here to show my support for President Trump ... It's a little toy."
She said that "there's nothing he could do that I could ever turn on him, except give in to the establishment Republicans which they're harming him at every turn," she said.
"He's our last hope for the country," she added.
Defense and aerospace stocks rallied Monday after Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states signed arms deals worth $350 billion with the U.S. over the weekend.
President Donald Trump and King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia signed some of the deals during Trump’s visit to Riyadh on Saturday. The agreements would stretch over the next decade.
Lockheed Martin Corp. LMT, +0.28% said Saudi Arabia has expressed interest in buying more than $28 billion worth of the company’s integrated air and missile defense, among other components and programs, including a joint venture to assemble Black Hawk helicopters for the Saudi government.