Why Do People Believe Fake Statistics?

by | Jun 13, 2022 | Newsletter | 52 comments

I’ve got a shocking piece of news for you today: Sometimes, statistics are inaccurate.

I know, I know. I’ve probably just shattered your world. “How can this be?” you’re asking yourself.

But wait, it gets worse!

Not only are statistics occasionally inaccurate, sometimes they’re presented in misleading ways!

“Say it ain’t so!” I hear you screeching.

But prepare yourself; I’ve saved the worst for last.

Sometimes, statistics are made up.

“I can’t believe it!” you say, falling on your knees as your world collapses around you.

OK, OK, enough joking around. I know you know all of this already. But today I want to talk about an interesting phenomenon related to this topic. You see, the very people who are perfectly capable of pointing out the statistical chicanery of the globalist supervillains and their MSM cronies are often the same people who fall for the statistical chicanery of people that they like.

Why is this? Let’s find out.

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