The ‘Deny, Deny, Deny’ Playbook: A Dangerous Game of Discrediting Truth


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We are examining the components of the the ‘Deny, Deny, Deny’ Playbook: A Dangerous Game of Discrediting Truth

In the pursuit of truth and justice, we often encounter an age-old strategy employed by those who seek to avoid accountability: “deny, deny, deny.” This insidious approach aims to shift blame, manipulate perception, and ultimately silence the voices of truth-tellers. But what does this campaign look like, and how can we recognize its tactics?

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The moment when Fanni said you’re confused I am not on trail but the former president is. The goal was to make DA Fani Willis look incompetent.

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Fanni’s statement that the former president, and not herself, was on trial revealed her astute awareness that she was the subject of a targeted attack intended to remove her from the case. Regardless of one’s personal stance on Fanni, it is clear that there was a concerted effort to undermine her credibility and make her appear incompetent. To achieve this goal, a coordinated and underhanded campaign was orchestrated, involving the manipulation of evidence and the dissemination of false information. Unfortunately, such tactics are not uncommon in situations where people attempt to discredit those who come forward with critical evidence or testimony.

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In the pursuit of truth and justice, we often encounter an age-old strategy employed by those who seek to avoid accountability: “deny, deny, deny.” This insidious approach aims to shift blame, manipulate perception, and ultimately silence the voices of truth-tellers. But what does this campaign look like, and how can we recognize its tactics?

The moment Fanni declared, “You’re confused; I’m not on trial—the former president is,” was a turning point. It was as if she had grounded the situation, realizing that the accusations against her were a targeted attempt to remove her from the case. Whether you agree with Fani or not, it’s evident that a narrative was being constructed to undermine her competence. This strategic, underhanded tactic involved developing a discreet campaign to discredit her, as I have personally experienced. In situations where you present video evidence, people may try to claim that it has been tampered with in order to make it appear as though you are lying.

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Fanni’s statement that the former president, and not herself, was on trial revealed her astute awareness that she was the subject of a targeted attack intended to remove her from the case. Regardless of one’s personal stance on Fanni, it is clear that there was a concerted effort to undermine her credibility and make her appear incompetent. To achieve this goal, a coordinated and underhanded campaign was orchestrated, involving the manipulation of evidence and the dissemination of false information. Unfortunately, such tactics are not uncommon in situations where people attempt to discredit those who come forward with critical evidence or testimony.

Recently, I had a similar experience where my evidence was dismissed. The responses included comments like, “I can’t see her,” to which I responded by appealing to their hearing. Despite my clear understanding of the situation, they continued to dispute the evidence, going so far as to claim that the video proof had been tampered with. In response, I emphasized my commitment to accuracy by presenting both the original video and the enhanced version, stating, “The person is still in the video; you can’t make this stuff up.” Like Fani Willis, I recognized that the attempts to discredit the evidence were part of a deliberate campaign to undermine the truth. Their argument was rooted in the deny, deny, deny campaign coupled with the I can’t see her face because the belief is keep denying it because the person face is turned towards the camera but away from the camera so the belief is that because you can’t see the person’s face then they can get away with murder. I think we forget how the courts work if the face is not seen then surely we can appeal to the voice.

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4 Ways To Identify The Trappings of a discredit campaign

**1. Discrediting Evidence:** One common tactic is to claim that the evidence has been tampered with or is otherwise unreliable. In the digital age, this often manifests as accusations of video or audio manipulation, even when the evidence is verifiable.

**2. Refuting Context:** Another approach is to dispute the context surrounding the evidence, such as questioning the date or location of an event. This strategy seeks to sow doubt and confusion, casting a shadow of uncertainty over the truth.

**3. Personal Attacks:** Discrediting a truth-teller may also involve attacking their character or motivations. They might be labeled as “jealous,” “vengeful,” or simply “untrustworthy.” These personal assaults serve to undermine the credibility of the individual and shift focus away from the real issues at hand.

**4. Spreading Lies:** A key component of the “deny, deny, deny” campaign is the dissemination of falsehoods about the truth-teller. These lies may be spread to friends, colleagues, or the public, further eroding the credibility of the person speaking out.

In a world where truth is often under siege, it is crucial to remain vigilant against these manipulative tactics. By recognizing the patterns of the “deny, deny, deny” playbook, we can support and defend those who bravely step forward to reveal the truth, and work together to hold those in power accountable for their actions.

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