Plausible deniability


Destroying someone else’s name and reputation is the new way to avoid facing your problems and taking ownership of your life. This clever ploy is usually used to hide the person’s inadequacies and insecurities about themselves.

It’s easier to blame someone else rather than to accept responsibility for your own life so you rather start a smear campaign and attack someone else’s name just to save face speaks volumes about your character or the lack thereof and shows your true nature.

We are living in times where accountability has become a thing of the past the new norm is plausible deniability it every one fault but yours. For me, I could never live this way being sneaky irresponsible underhanded, and manipulative this type of behavior causing so much misery and pain to others will never bring you happiness.

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