Here's a new word that we can make up a definition for: gibbergish.

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gibbergish

-the intentional blenderizing of facts, opinions, lies, and hyperbole for the purpose of obfuscating clarity, logic, and reason in a discussion.

I'm questioning if gibbergish needs to be intentional, or if it can result from a personality disorder?

Thinking that gibberish is "unintelligible or meaningless speech or writing; nonsense" that has no purpose, so gibbergish would be similar but with a purpose, hence it would be intentional.
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