A fallacious argument DOES imply that the results are wrong. Suggesting otherwise is foolishness.
No, a fallacious argument doesn't go for or against what it concludes, it is merely there. If I claim that 1 + 1 = 2 because fish, the failed argument does not imply it isn't 2.
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