The constant disinformation, distraction, misdirection, confabulation, and endless stream of threats actually works.
Is this a Benghazi misdirection from those masters of deception in the White House, a latter day Whitewater?
But under what moral principle must a nation mimic both the madness and the misdirection of its enemy?
This misdirection is also likely what led CNN and Fox News to mistakenly report that the mandate had been struck down.
In that regard, Eisner proved confounding, with his comments reading more like misdirection than tea leaves.
Failure has a still more fruitful cause—namely, the misdirection of talent.
She necessarily recalled to him his life, with all its misdirection and little happiness.
They were not aware that their industry in, and devotion to it, as they understood it, were a misdirection of their genius.
But they effect, as we have seen, not an encouragement, but a misdirection of industry.
But on the supposition that nothing is destroyed, see the loss which comes from the misdirection of productive industry.