It is a silly transparent tactic designed to illicit an "other" response to those who point out that Dr. P, Midge, and/or Kiwi57 may be straying into church cheerleader mode with their silly apologetics. He is using the Saul Alinsky tactic of accusing your enemy of doing exactly what you are doing. Then when called out for your boorish conduct, you have an easy, ready made excuse available to put people off of your trail by accusing your accuser of falsely accusing you because they are the supposed guilty ones doing the Saul Alinsky thing. It creates doubt and reinforces the group.Lemmie wrote: ↑Fri Jul 10, 2020 6:05 pmExactly, Gad. And his “backtrack” was in response to this:A post he is allowing to stand, by the way, giving further credence to your theory about this as a tactic.
TimErnst • a day ago
After having read the majority of the comments on this blog, I finally reach the conclusion that Dr. Exiled, Moksha and others are having a quibbling contest over at their own hate-sponsored blog. Their blog apparently consists of many disaffected members, and might be referentially known as QAnon?
Mormons believe in nonsense, NDE's, magic stones, that Joseph didn't invent polygamy so he could target some young women for sexual encounters, that there is actually evidence of Nephites, etc., etc. So, accuse the accusers of being involved with conspiracy theories. It just might bolster the faithful or at least get them to not look and find out the truth, for a short time anyway.