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Anti-GMO acting troupe takes it to the streets

| | September 4, 2013

The work of an anti-GMO group called MoveOn, which wants to impose mandatory labeling of GMO crops on Americans, brings an old adage to mind, at least part of it anyway – you can fool some of the people some of the time.

On a recent Friday, MoveOn “took to the streets,” in their words, “demanding that their state legislatures and governors act swiftly to enact GMO labeling laws.”

In conjunction with this, the group snared street corners in major cities to conduct its “Monsanto Challenge” taste test, in which a mix of real people and second-rate actors pretending to be real people were asked to taste two ears of sweet corn, then decide which contained Bt and which was from a local, organic farm.

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