To all netizens who have made the word ‘lie’ to a part of their standard vocabulary, it would be a misleading statement to call a misleading statement a lie. Actually, a lie is a qualified misleading statement, precisely a statement by which the speaker intentionally misleads. Since not every misleading statement is intentionally misleading, it is a misleading statement if we call a misleading statement a lie. If you claim that this is still a lie then probably you are a liar too.
The same argument applies for people who routinely accuse others of red herring.
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