About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

One Reply to “Project Veritas: Pulitzer Prize Winning New York Times Reporter: January 6 Media Coverage ‘Overreaction,’ FBI Involved, Event Was Not Organized Despite Ongoing Narrative”

  1. ‘If you work for the CIA and NSA you are polygraphed every year to see if you talk to a reporter.’

    Sure, they are used, but not every year for everyone. Like in court ‘do you swear to tell to tell the truth and everything but the truth so help you God’? is used to instill fear so that lies are easily tripped over.

    “Building on the work of William Moulton Marston, Larson believed that the act of deception was accompanied by physical tells. Lying, he thought, makes people nervous, and this could be identified by changes in breathing and blood pressure. Measuring these changes in real-time might serve as a reliable proxy for spotting lies.”

    “Despite the plaudits, Larson would become skeptical about his machine’s ability to reliably detect deception—especially in regards to Keeler’s methods which amounted to “a psychological third-degree.” He was concerned that the polygraph had never matured into anything beyond a glorified stress-detector, and believed that American society had put too much faith in his device. Toward the end of his life, he would refer to it as “a Frankenstein’s monster, which I have spent over 40 years in combating.””

    Truth from lies, scientology
    Reporters braggadocious
    All the world that’s left to me
    Is outcome to control us

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