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Subverted support is a logical fallacy of explanation which attempts to explain something that does not happen.
X happens because of Y (when X does not actually happen or exist)
Explanation: Billions of children do not starve each year.
Explanation: False if in truth, people do not oppose the strike or oppose the strike for different reasons.
Explanation: False if John did not go to the store or if he did not want to see Maria
The fallacy is true if a preceding statement claims that whatever follows is true.
It is trues that billions of children starve to death every year. Billions of children starve to death because we live in a world that does not care.