The left is quick to dismiss and label anything a “conspiracy theory” that goes against what they want the liberal masses to believe. However, a lot of the things they call “conspiracy theories” are likely to be proven true. Christine Ford published a paper in 2008 that explains how it is possible to self-hypnotize and invent stories (and memories) that the person wants to believe. If Ford proved in the paper that it is commonly done, how can this one be a conspiracy theory?
Christine Ford has not turned over her therapist’s notes to the Senate regarding her suppressed memories about Judge Kavanaugh abusing her decades earlier.
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This alone set off red alerts in the minds of the American people. If there is nothing to hide, then why refuse to turn over the reports? What could those reports reveal about Ford’s story?
This may be because if the memories were revealed through hypnosis they would be “absolutely inadmissible” in a court of law in many states, including New York and Maryland.
If she was able to hypnotize herself, she could have easily planted false memories of Brett Kavanaugh attempting to rape her. Additionally, this would come in handy when she quickly volunteered to take a polygraph. Why was she so eager to take the polygraph? No one prompted her to do so.
She was under a hypnotic trance. pic.twitter.com/N0BOrQb2Tl
— KenWeaverII (@nostrilmandias) September 30, 2018
One of Christine Blasey Ford’s research articles in 2008 included a study on self-hypnosis. The practice of self-hypnosis is used to retrieve important memories and “create artificial situations.”
People have said that this is why polygraphs aren’t used as evidence in a court of law. If the person being tested believes the situation happened, then in their mind it isn’t a lie. If they believe they were assaulted by someone, then to them it isn’t a lie. People have been known to ace a polygraph test this way.
Here is one of the papers that Ford published on self-hypnotism in 2008:
BREAKING: This is HUGE (waiting for permission to h/t): One of Christine Ford Blasey’s research articles in 2008 included a study in which participants were TAUGHT SELF-HYPNOSIS & noted hypnosis is used to retrieve important memories “AND CREATE ARTIFICAL SITUATIONS.” pic.twitter.com/11n1JVnArM
— Margot Cleveland (@ProfMJCleveland) October 1, 2018
If Mrs. Ford is an expert on self-hypnosis, couldn’t she, in fact, convince herself that Brett Kavanaugh attempted to rape her? It would certainly help her to pass a polygraph test. Is this why Ford’s attorney instructed her to stay away from the polygraph questions?
All you Dems and feminazis out there throwing out the “but Ford passed a lie detector test” argument….
Yea. She’s a PSYCHOLOGIST. Don’t you think she MIGHT have some insight as to how to pull that off?
— Breck Worsham 🇺🇸 (@RebekahWorsham) October 1, 2018
No matter how you approach this bombshell, it is hard to deny that it is plausible that this whole story is a fraud, and Ford made up these memories to get even with Kavanaugh. Ford is a known anti-Trump activist who has often joined protests against the president. Coincidence?
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Before you write this off as a “coincidence,” remember the words of Mr. Spock as quoted by Author Dean Koontz: “Coincidence, Jim, is just a word superstitious people use to describe complex events that in truth are the mathematically inevitable consequences of a primary cause.” What is the left’s primary cause? To derail the Kavanaugh confirmation. Doesn’t it make more sense than the half-baked ideas that the liberals are trying to force feed us?