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An introductory phrase used before an argumentative point is made to make your point seem valid, even though it most likely is not. Commonly seen as an immediate red-flag to someone who has no idea what they are talking about, and an early sign that what they are about to say has absolutely zero evidence to back it up.
I know for a fact that Barack Obama is a muslim, hates America, and is purposely trying to ruin our economy.
作者 On the real 2010年2月20日

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