Yes, I'm aware of how industries influence Washington regarding food and chemical safety issues, among other things.
The jerks on Capitol Hill are quite literally owned by these industries.
I didn't listen to that entire presentation because it's in a format that I'm familiar with.
These presentations are usually quite lengthy, and in the end try to extract money from people, in one way or another, in exchange for scary must know "secret" information.
They often call the information "free", but then offer a subscription, or membership that costs money to obtain the "free" information.
Because there are opportunistic con artists exploiting these issues, doesn't mean they're not real concerns.
The corruption is real, and shouldn't be dismissed because some people exploit issues for self serving reasons.
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