Daily Archives: November 21, 2019

IMPLANTING FALSE MEMORIES. Here’s How Easy It Is To Convince Someone They Experienced A Traumatic Event When They Didn’t…


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Date: November 21, 2019

01) IMPLANTING FALSE MEMORIES. Here’s How Easy It Is To Convince Someone They Experienced A Traumatic Event When They Didn’t

“Our memories are not computers capable of storing accurate data — especially during traumatic events — despite what many “experts” would have you believe. It is actually really easy to corrupt our memories, whether through hypnosis or not. In 1995, professor Elizabeth Loftus — a distinguished professor at the University of California-Irvine and expert on human memory —? conducted a study with Jacqueline Pickrell — a research scientist at the University of Washington-Seattle — that found people could easily “recall” a traumatic memory that didn’t actually happen with just a little help.”

Twenty to fifty percent of study participants accepted a false memory as “real”?!…

…That is horrendous, and deeply concerning.

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Michael McFaul: Hill’s Testimony Is ‘Very Damning For The President Of The United States’…


Date: November 21, 2019

01) Michael McFaul: Hill’s Testimony Is ‘Very Damning For The President Of The United States’


“Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul describes why Fiona Hill’s decision to report the Trump administration’s actions in Ukraine to lawyers is such a “damning” thing for President Trump. Aired on 11/21/19.”

Kurt Volker: Biden Allegations are “Self-Serving” and “Not Credible”…


Date: November 21, 2019

01) Kurt Volker: Biden Allegations are “Self-Serving” and “Not Credible”


“Kurt Volker has reversed his testimony on Ukraine.

A top White House expert on Ukraine testifying publicly in the House impeachment inquiry into President Trump on Tuesday described attacks on him and other witnesses as “reprehensible” and “cowardly,” recognizing career officials for their courage in coming forward to raise concerns about the administration’s policies toward Ukraine.

In measured opening remarks, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman said that he believed President Trump’s July 25 call with Ukraine’s president to be “improper” and that he reported concerns about it to a National Security Council (NSC) lawyer out of a “sense of duty.”