Only a liar makes up another question to answer.
You say "What kind of question is that?", "Where have you got that from?", "Where do you get your information?".
Making up bollocks means "I don't want to answer that particular question".
Calling out the interviewer says "What shit are you trying to pull here? Give me a real interview."
Watch some of the greats being interviewed, they don't do this modern politics bullshit where you just don't answer. They give straight answers, back them up, and you can only argue that you disagree with their particular (usually well-reasoned) argument.
It's a modern disease to think that speaking absolute unrelated bollocks is showing how clever you are.
And if you don't want to say Yes or No to a question, it indicates that you don't want people to know what you think.
"Have you stopped beating your wife?"
"Well, that's a fucking impossible question to answer and you know it, but I'll answer the question you are trying to misconstrue which is "Do I beat my wife?" and the answer is emphatically no. Now I'm interested in what you think you're trying to pull. Want to ask me a real question that I can express my opinion in next, or should we get a professional interviewer in?"