non sequitur

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non sequitur

Logic a conclusion that does not follow from the premises
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The contention that GMO and hybrid seeds are expensive and therefore used less often is a non-sequitor.
He draws the reader's attention to these contradictions by employing the satirical non-sequitor throughout the text.
One whining because he was fined for speeding when he was speeding, and the other having an unhappy experience with a woman driver before jumping to all sorts of non-sequitor conclusions about women drivers in 4x4 vehicles, screaming at hordes of children nourished on child benefit allowances, which he obviously begrudges his share of paying.