wishcasting

wishcast

To interpret information or a situation in a way that casts it as favorable or desired, despite the fact that there is no evidence for such a conclusion. You can tell those writers are wishcasting when they try to say staffers were probably trying to sabotage the rollout by making it so chaotic—they knew exactly what they were doing.

wishcasting

The act of interpreting information or a situation in a way that casts it as favorable or desired, despite the fact that there is no evidence for such a conclusion. Those articles about how staffers were probably trying to sabotage the rollout by making it so chaotic are just wishcasting—they knew exactly what they were doing.