People are likely to believe the statements that they have seen before and feel familiar.
Also called a reiteration effect, it means that the more a person is exposed to this information, the more believable it will seem to them. It is easier to process and accept statements that are being repeated than the ones that are new. People tend to believe that the repeated conclusion is more truthful, even if it’s false information. This brain’s weakness is widely used in news, elections, advertising, and of course propaganda. This is a dangerous one, and you should be very careful about the sources of information you choose to consume. Your beliefs can be swayed by people controlling the narrative.