Exactly. And it wouldn’t really matter what we say. They’d call us liars anyway.
But the experiences shared here are true, and they relate to Mormon doctrine and practices.
Mormons don’t want to believe or acknowledge that there are people who have been baptized without being asked whether they believe it or not, but there have been many. in the cases of sports baptisms and others, people weren’t even taught anything. Their names were just added to the roles. Many of them were just children. That was a documented and proven practice in many areas of the world.
You could even look at baptisms for the dead in the same way. No one can ask the dead people if they believe it. Most of them were never taught it. But Mormons baptize them anyway, just in case. And confirm them members of the Mormon church. It sure made a lot of Jewish people angry when they found out about it. Especially families of Holocaust victims, who died for their own beliefs and heritage. The Mormon church just baptized them all posthumously, without regard for their choices, or their families’ wishes. It was very disrespectful, especially considering that the victims were martyrs for their own faith.