Straw-Man Fallacy The arguer attacks an argument that is different from, and usually weaker than, the real and best arguments on the other side of the controversy.argument on the other side of the debate is distorted, misquoted, exaggerated, misrepresented, weakened, or simply made up.makes the argument easier to defeat, and can also be used to make opponents look like ignorant extremists.
An ad hominem fallacy consists of saying that someone’s argument is wrong purely because of something about the person rather than about the argument itself. Name calling, trash talking, insulting, and slandering have no place in civil society.it must be clear that the purpose of the insult is to discredit the person offering the argument and distract the audience from their actual ideas.
Hasty Generalization This fallacy occurs when an arguer bases a conclusion on too few examples that are not necessarily typical of the category they come from.The advocate did not consider a large enough number of examples to make a generalization about the entire category.
Fox news pollsters are among the worst!
At this point you're losing.
First of all, I’m not losing, because those are fake polls. They were fake in 2016, and now they’re even more fake. The polls were much worse in 2016.