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Rhetorical distortion involves the distortion of truth for the purpose of rhetorical manipulation. This is as distinguished from rhetorical techniques such as the big lie, which makes no attempt to start with premises that are true.
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- distortion in the mainstream media is particularly harmful because many people will accept media statements as authoritative