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Body Language Expert: Roy Moore Telling the Truth, Accuser Lying!

It's VERY hard to fake body language


One of my favorite segments on Bill O’Reilly’s show used to be when he’d have the body language expert on.  He eventually stopped doing that segment, but it was always my favorite.

Our body language is extremely hard to fake and usually gives us clues as to who is telling the truth and who is lying.

For example, did you know that if someone looks up and to the left, they are typically trying to remember a true memory (tell the truth).  But if they look up and to the right, they are usually trying to invent a story (lie).  Start watching for it, it’s incredibly accurate!

And now a body language expert has been called in to examine Judge Roy Moore and his accuser.

Body Language Expert:

From The Gateway Pundit:

In a video posted to YouTube on Monday, body language expert Bombard analyzed Judge Roy Moore accuser Beverly Young Nelson’s facial expressions and vocal discrepancies, concluding Gloria Allred’s client conveyed signs of deception.

Nelson was “acting,” and not a real victim, says Bombard.

Nelson’s first sign of “deception,” is visible as she stiffens up while explaining how Judge Roy Moore allegedly “attacked,” her when she was a “child,” says Bombard.

Nelson’s eye movements then demonstrate “rehearsed verbal communication,” adds Bombard.

Shortly after,  Allred hugs an emotional Nelson, which Bombard believes is a form of “acting.”

Nelson, visibly nervous, can be seen staring directly as someone. Looking at a focal point during a speech helps calm nerves.

True victims of sexual harassment, especially those where the incident took places decades ago, will not burst into tears like Nelson. They will have had years to cope.

Judge Moore is then referred to as “Ray,” instead of “Roy.”



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