The fallacy of Exaggeration
An exaggeration fallacy is committed when irrelevant causal influences are added to the argument.
For example, "My client killed Joe Smith, but the cause for his violent behaviour was eating junk food which impaired his judgment." There is no clear link between junk food and violent behaviour, and the real causes end up being hidden behind irrelevant pseudo-causes.
For every question, there is an answer. For every problem, there is a solution. For everything else, there is an explanation.
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