"Name calling is a cognitive bias and a technique to promote propaganda. Propagandists use the name-calling technique to incite fears or arouse positive prejudices with the intent that invoked fear (based on fearmongering tactics) or trust will encourage those that read, see or hear propaganda to construct a negative opinion, in respect to the former, or a positive opinion, with respect to the latter, about a person, group, or set of beliefs or ideas that the propagandist would wish the recipients to believe. The method is intended to provoke conclusions and actions about a matter apart from an impartial examinations of the facts of the matter. When this tactic is used instead of an argument, name-calling is thus a substitute for rational, fact-based arguments against an idea or belief, based upon its own merits, and becomes an argumentum ad hominem."
Conjunctive response? Nice try.
I did not bold 'crocodile teared Sale/Pelettier' because you added the 'ed' onto 'tear', although I am sure you meant it to be derogatory. When you embed negative descriptions into people's names, it becomes name calling.
I can't say I am surprised someone like you is unable to understand the difference.
ETA: There is also a difference between a troll and a bully.