Propaganda Techniques

false equivalency - implying that two things are essentially the same, when they only have anecdotal similarities.


10:35: false equivalencysee definition - implying that two things are essentially the same, when they only have anecdotal similarities.
: Between herself, who never accepted the results of the 2020 election, and Garland Gilchrist, whom, when he ran for Detroit city clerk, requested a recount, but ultimately accepted the results of his election.[4]

05:41: false equivalencysee definition - implying that two things are essentially the same, when they only have anecdotal similarities.
: Between Trump pressuring a foreign power to intervene in a U.S. election, and Clinton contracting a U.S. firm to do opposition research on a political opponent.[3]

24:14: false equivalencysee definition - implying that two things are essentially the same, when they only have anecdotal similarities.
: Between the FBI investigation in Tallahassee, which has direct ties to Gillum, and the Mueller investigation, which has no ties to DeSantis.[9]

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