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This is How You Can Actually Beat a Polygraph

The evidence against Brett Kavanaugh has been very similar to the evidence of Russian collusion in the Mueller investigation — totally absent.

Christine Ford’s testimony was absolutely ridiculous. Okay. Just because she is a woman pretending to have been hurt doesn’t mean we have to believe everything she says. For one thing, what’s with the baby voice. Do you think that a professional person, a teacher, a professor, a researcher, can reach such heights in her career and talk like a shy rabbit? No freaking way! That is the voice that a woman makes when she is lying, thinks she’s cute and is trying to get away with murder.

Do you know that the whole reason behind these accusations is because the Democrats believe that Kavanaugh is going to outlaw abortion? Do you know that Ford has a direct monetary interest in the production of an abortion pill?

This is a political hit job and nothing more.

If you watch her testimony through the lens of body language analysis, what you see is a practiced but imperfect liar. And we’ll tell you one more thing; anyone with the smallest amount of practice lying can cheat their way through a polygraph test. Also, it bears mentioning that her testimony about her polygraph makes no sense. She sounds like she was drugged when she took it.

Here’s Bloomberg with expert advice on how to beat a polygraph — just to show you that anyone can do it.

~ Liberty Video News


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