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- "everyone is entitled to their own opinion": 3rd person, defending: "this person's unsourced opinion is just as valid as the verifiable facts you presented"
- "that's your opinion": 2nd person, attacking: "your verifiable facts are no more valid than an opinion"
- "I'm entitled to my opinion" or "It's just my opinion": 1st person, defending: "my unsourced opinion is just as valid as the verifiable facts you presented"
It is a form of source equivocation – the idea that all sources are equally valid as evidence.