Being informed by the last set of reading material on causal and statistical reasoning, find ONE BRIEF media example of causal OR statistical reasoning being used in a misleading/deceptive manner. This can be in a short video clip or paragraph in an article on the web. Again, news sites are a great place to look. First, begin your discussion post by providing a link to your selected example. Second, point out exactly what it is in your example that you’ll be critically assessing. Third, explain why you think that your example contains an instance of misleading/deceptive causal or statistical reasoning.
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