Wait, is this mansplaining? Did CHINOs invent it to talk over the Word? It is, isn’t it? Wow, it’s real. A dismissal and cover story lie.
“What you really mean is-” a subtle type of gaslight.
They are asserting you already believe the proposition they haven’t made yet so they don’t need to prove it as a positive claim. Assertion without argument. Time-travelling propositions, what a time to be alive. SJWs do it too, like that Channel 4 interviewer with Peterson. If you think the arguments are indeed the same thing ultimately, it is still on you making that claim to explain precisely why, with reasons.
So violation of burden of proof hiding behind a gaslight (you already believe this) appears to be mansplaining. Interesting.
SJW example parodied here.