What we hear:
The argument devolves into non sequiturs.
I don’t support the murder of innocents; therefore I don’t vote Republican, since Republicans support the Second Amendment.
The take it or leave it approach:
News media are notorious for presenting public options as a binary choice: do nothing or pass federal gun control legislation. The reality is there is far more middle ground than take to or leave it.
Appealing to emotions.
The latest, kids are pulled into political discussions by adults who want to trump debate and shame their opponents into acquiescence.
The straw man.
Taking a point or argument and making it weak and easy to destroy.
The appeal to popularity
The idea, gun control banning guns, ending the 2nd amendment is right, true, or desirable because it’s popular.
The faulty analogy
The fallacy assumes that because two things are alike in some respects, they are necessarily alike in other respects.
Using Australia’s gun laws and relating them to what the US should do is a wonderful example.
Yes and we have seen it all here from our friends from the left and the outpouring of drivel from the media and left.