Anyone with half a brain would understand from the CONTEXT of the statement that it’s not about…

The preceding sentence talked about tipping the scales back to their “proper” alignment. When followed by a statement talking about how they’ve yet to be tipped back — the context would be restoring the previous state. Whether or not you agree with that is irrelevant. Clearly, at the very least, it introduced an ambiguity, which is something professionals ought to be mindful of in order to avoid miscommunication.

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