I understand "come right out" as "come out unchanged". Am I on the right track? Some nuance here seems to be elusive to me. Are "come right out" and "come out right" interchangeable?
The New York Times tweeted just now: @nytimes “Anything that goes into a toilet would come right out.” Two former employees of New York Waterway filed a complaint in federal court alleging that the company dumped unfiltered wastewater into the Hudson River for years. The firm denies the allegations.