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Searching for Good Apples to Make a Decent Political Apple Pie - Tainted Technology Does Not Fare Well Here

Reader comment on item: Did a Conspiracy Theory Just Collapse?
in response to reader comment: Mister Pipes when I read your comment , I thaught of a very known painting of Magritte "This is not an apple".

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 22, 2022 at 10:33

After a year and a half of listening and reading about the conspiracy of 'altered election' results and the resulting aftermath that has ruined America for the foreseeable future and the travesty of the legacy left behind for which no politcal participant will assume responsibility, this observer now comes to a full understanding of how the visible corruption has been camoflaged in plain sight and the stench has been perfumed with flowery excuses.
Actually, reader Amos Zot's reference to Magritte Apples made the final aspect more clear; and from an outsider to American politics, no less. It poses the question to this American observer: how many barrels of 'bad apples' does America need to go through in order to make a decent American political apple pie when no one in authority is willing to even discard the bad ones.


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