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By Albin Sadar, The Stream, June 22, 2022
Did you ever wonder why something so obvious can be missed by so many people? Can it be that our intelligence gets in the way of our reasoning? If we overthink a situation, can we miss what’s staring us right in the face?
Occam’s razor tells us that the simplest solution is most likely the correct one. In other words, if we complicate what’s on the surface plain-as-day, we will most likely come up with the wrong view of it.
Take the events of January 6, 2021 in Washington, D.C. Why were over 100,000 patriots in our Capitol on that particular day? Were they there to “stop Democracy”? Or were they there to peacefully show their displeasure over what had become obvious over the two months since the 2020 presidential election? …