Confirmation Bias In a Sentence

Here is an example of using confirmation bias in a sentence:

You’re falling victim to confirmation bias 101.
Can’t you see your confirmation bias around this?
That’s confirmation bias, through and through.

Confirmation bias is an insidious mental defection which the human mind seeks out information that supports what it already believes—or wants to believe—while selectively ignoring information that is contrary to this narrative.

It’s why politics are so divisive. It’s why people are so blind. It’s why we so easily succumb to yelling, screaming and violence.

It’s why people can act crazy in crowds and normal in everyday life.