Sophistic & Logic
This stratagem relies on "brainfucking" your opponents by making wide-reaching questions and getting unrelated arguments from them.
The sophism this stratagem is based on is known as "Post hoc ergo propter hoc", also known as false cause, coincidental correlation or correlation not causation.
Should the disputation be conducted on somewhat strict and formal lines, and there be a desire to arrive at a very clear understanding, he who states the proposition and wants to prove it may proceed against his opponent by question, in order to show the truth of the statement from his admissions. This erotematic, or Socratic, method was especially in use among the ancients; and this and some of the tricks following later on are akin to it.
The plan is to ask a great many wide-reaching questions at once, so as to hide what you want to get admitted, and, on the other hand, quickly propound the argument resulting from the admissions; for those who are slow of understanding cannot follow accurately, and do not notice any mistakes or gaps there may be in the demonstration.
chap. 15 of Aristotle's De Sophistici Elenchis.