When I was younger (not much younger), we used to play this card game called Bullsh*t. The point of the game was to call out people for what cards they had in their hand. Basically it was a card shuffling game where one could make an educated guess about what cards any given person had at any given moment.
The whole deck is passed out to the participants and each person is asked to lay down a specific card for their turn. The first person is asked to lay down an Ace and it goes up from there until it starts over again. You don’t have to lay down the correct card, but you have to be a good bluffer. At any time someone can challenge you and if you didn’t lay down the correct cards you have to pick up the whole discard pile. However, if you did lay down the correct cards the challenger would have to pick up all the cards. This game is also called by its more politically correct names of Cheat and I Doubt It.
To win it is important to bluff but it is even more important to call people out on their BS! For whoever gets rid of all their cards first wins and it is a near statistical improbablity of having the correct cards to lay down from the beginning.
It is the same in life. Rarely do we have the cards we need to win in any given moment. Heck, some people aren’t even playing with a full deck. Some are even playing with rigged or stacked decks.
BUT, it is really important to be able to call people out on their BS because we can never win if we don’t.
In the end, I think everyone benefits when the truth prevails. So don’t be afraid to call things like you see them. Get out your BS Monitor and start detecting that stuff all the time.