Congressional hearings on corruption and mismanagement within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently turned up an interesting detail: A VA official based in Philadelphia reportedly forced his underlings to pay his wife $30 for her fortune telling services while they were all at a party together.
This tidbit comes alongside news that only three people have lost their jobs at the VA despite evidence of widespread managerial responsibility for a scandal surrounding extended wait times. But at least one positive development has come out of this ongoing mess: We now have definitive proof that fortune telling isn't real, because any true seer would have noticed this disgrace coming a mile away.
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