74. What’s Wrong With Asking Questions? The Fallacy Of Conspiracy Theorist

It’s all too common to hear Conspiracy Theorist thrown around as if it is an argument stopper. However, it’s just another example of ad hominem attacks that result from a little cognitive dissonance. The two sources of this dissonance are a total trust in the media and an “official report” as well as an inability to believe people are capable of such conspiracies and the depravity they point to.

“The only time I commit to conspiracy theories is when something way retarded happens. Like Lee Harvey Oswald acting alone.”

-Joe Rogan

Today, we’ll discuss why it’s ok to ask questions and how to do it in a way that doesn’t make you sound crazy. Plus, I’ll give you some ammo to push back on the “conspiracies never happen” idea.


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