To be honest, I’m not even sure that it’s more likely that @Sports_for_Life is a mimic. The hypothesis that they are just being immature and playing a joke by pretending to have MED is definitely plausible. However, what concerns me about their behavior is the lack of coherent effort in helping us corner the mimics. Yet still, among the quick piling on of follow-up votes, there might be some opportunistic mimics looking to eliminate another innocent.
Obviously, the best thing to do would be to vote out the most likely mimic, however, it’s difficult to say who the most promising lead might be, since frankly, way too many people (see list below) are acting detrimentally to our mission. As we make the grave decisions about who lives to see each night, we have to also consider who we trust most to best stand up and defeat the mimics over the later days.
yebellz, a hard-nosed military man, was growing weary of the weak arguments and follower mentality being exhibited by too many of this squad.
Here is my list of most concern
However, I think it’s likely that one or more of the actual mimics are not on that list. With the above people drawing so much attention and concern, it would be too easy for another mimic or two to fly under the radar among the others.
It’s a terrible idea for the innocents to publicly speculate about who might be the detective. We want to keep the detective concealed, and should not help the mimics by sharing our speculation. When the detective chooses to reveal is another consideration, but that should be done with care, since there is no reversing that decision.