We found very smart people, like statistician Nate Silver, creating FALSE PARADIGMS, and then skewing the media narrative towards the understanding of truth as within the false paradigm. This was the tactic of the left.
You have made a couple of claims there, but you have supplied no information about the system that you used to arrive at those claims. I see no sign of deductive, inductive, or any other kind of logic included in those statements. I was told to be wary of such things by someone called Mark Inman, Ph.D.:
The world is falling to itself. Accountability is being lost to the unaccountable. Who can check if every decontextualized statement has any merit when the editor’s goals are to sustain the “integrity” of it’s predisposed false and simplified narratives by exploiting a lack of context to get clicks and tweets?
I have no choice but to wonder what kind of skewed narrative this guy is pushing when he goes around making these kinds of decontextualized claims.