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It makes me feel vulnerable that they’re willing to go along with someone with such corrupt morals.“I think this is a wake-up call”: Seeing a familiar face in the Capitol riot|Luke Winkie|January 15, 2021|Vox
Others registered in the state have been tied to corrupt military officers in Venezuela, drug trafficking guerrillas from Colombia and former Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe.A quietly passed law cracks down on shell companies to combat corruption|Rachel Schallom|January 10, 2021|Fortune
If Cruz and his Republican allies were truly interested in making elections fairer and more democratic, they would avoid using one of the most corrupt and fraudulent eras in American politics as a precedent.Ted Cruz’s proposed election commission can only hurt the country|Stuart MacKay|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
Some called for police to stand back, while others called for violence to be exacted against “corrupt” police.
It is infuriating that American Airlines is in effect rewarding Boeing for the corrupt and catastrophic process that led to the Max.Boeing 737 Max flies again, carrying paying passengers from New York to Miami|kdunn6|December 30, 2020|Fortune
They tend to show that Plato did not seek (as many of his commentators do) to depict Protagoras as a corruptor of the public mind.
Steffens, Lincoln, on the wealthy business man as a corruptor of municipal politics, 289.The Spirit of American Government|J. Allen Smith
Immorality, in being, by his doctrines and instructions, a "corruptor of youth."On Liberty|John Stuart Mill
But if he is judged incorruptible how will he prove that I am corruptor?Beaumarchais and the War of American Independence Vol. 1 of 2|Elizabeth S. Kite
Nemo malus felix, minime corruptor—No bad man is happy, least of all a seducer.