Body Language – AG Barr And Horowitz IG Report

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JWL

Hi Mandy,
I’d be interested in seeing your assessment of Senator Dianne Feinstein’s opening remarks. It appears she must have been on a Spacetrip to Jupiter the last couple of years for all her denial!

Thanks,
Judy

GOMF3602

Well done, Mandy. I watched it live and remember thinking “I know this guy is limited in scope and is taking the position that he will accept an explanation if it makes sense, but the way he is answering these questions he comes off as a total people pleaser” It makes him very prone to being manipulated by both sides leading questions into saying something that can be spun in a sound bite taken out of context. It was helpful to play the Barr clip first to understand the position he is in. He can’t use common sense and draw any conclusions except to label things “inexplicable”, which actually means: “inexplicable unless you can prove a seditious conspiracy”,which in all fairness is not his job. Something lost on most of the spinners and pundits in the fake news was his statement when asked about criminal referrals. He stated that the entire matter has so many variances by so many people that he has referred the entire matter to DOJ.

Eileen Guthrie

Let me give a little more clarity. “YES” women, but you see it more in men, generally have Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), which is a neurological disorder that causes a range of behavioral problems or issues such as difficulty attending to instruction, focusing on schoolwork, keeping up with assignments, following instructions, completing tasks and social interaction. I don’t know Mr Horowitz, never met him, and I can only make a judgement on the few appearances he has made in his testimony in these Congressional hearings. You NAILED it, Mandy. “YES” men is just an euphemism for a people pleaser, and for someone who has ADD’er, they are always looking for a way to sustain that positivity. I suspect that Mr Horowitz doesn’t like going before these congressional hearings, but knows its part of his job, he is a social people pleaser and that’s where his stress comes from. One of his biggest conflicts comes from the word “spying.” Surveillance seems more people pleasing and there is a negative and a harsher component to the word spying.

For many, the eagerness to please comes from a place of self-worth issues. They hope that saying yes to everything asked of them will help them feel accepted, liked and appreciated. Other people-pleasers have a history of maltreatment, and somewhere along the way, they decided that their best hope for better treatment was to try to please the people who mistreated them. Over time, people-pleasing became a way of life. But they view saying “NO” that they are letting other people down or disappointing them. There’s nothing wrong with people pleasing. It’s good that you want to help others and satisfy their needs. But you need to know when to stop. You have to be aware of your intention. It’s coming from a place of abundance or a place that is lacking. Never dwell on what people think about your decision. Chances are they’ve moved on before you have. Fixating on your answer will cause you to stress and worry too much. Let it go. In the end, trying to please and/or accommodate others needs before your own, you end up pleasing no one. Jimmy Carter was a people pleaser, so wanting to be liked by everyone, that came from a place of compassion. But in the end, he ended up pleasing no one and was a one term President because of that need to please. I think Nancy Pelosi to some extent, by trying to please “her caucus” we are being subjected to the circus, but she also uses fear to intimidate and bullying others.

Then, there are some very famous people who surrounded themselves with people pleasers. The Clinton’s, Obama, Frank Sinatra, Jackie Gleason, General Douglas MacArthur, Adolf Hitler and pretty much every dictator, Lyndon B. Johnson. Okay, the more powerful a historical figure is, the larger their “court” of jesters, and more people willing and able to be “yes men” it seems, and the more reasons for people to pander to them. I think it’s a phenomenon that transcends culture, ideology or system of government, and that is just not reserved to history. They tell you what you want to hear.

Nonna

As a follow up on Barr here and on comments made yesterday on the Trump video, Mandy, check out these two videos (Barr: 21 seconds & Clapper: 9 seconds). Even I could read their body language! LOL! https://bombardsbodylanguage.com/2019/12/12/body-language-ag-barr-and-horowitz-ig-report/ Ya gotta love it!

Nonna

I don’t know what happened to the link I posted, so here it is again: https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/bill-barr-drops-major-hint/

Here’s one for Mr. No Name: https://twitter.com/Bmac0507/status/1205251802104360961

Mandy

Thanks Nonna!

BethJ547

Good to see someone in DC who has a strong morality!

Gen. Stewart

A yes man / person can be a weapon ! It depends on who’s hands he’s in.

BethJ547

Wholeheartedly agree, but my comment was more towards Horowitz’ morality rather than his desire to please.

Lorna

Thank you Mandy! Right on point. Yes man Horowitz. Was it me or was he side stepping, phrasing his answer in a manner which did not directly answer the question? Sufficient but seemed avoidance nonetheless. Like Sen Graham’s question on Steele’s political bias, had to be asked 2x to get the answer – Very tight lipped. He doesn’t want to give a dot more than he has to. Moral but spineless was a perfect description. I think he’s biased or covering but morality persists. Tiresome trying to draw out his answers. Sure it’s stressful but it feels like reluctant cooperation.

What was that badger hair humanoid behind Sen Graham (the distracted distraction)??…

(Hope you’re all well and enjoying baby’s first Christmas together ♥)

BethJ547

Different from others, IMHO, who try to avoid directly answering the question, Horowitz came across as wanting to stay true to his previous answers and conclusions, and not be drawn into any political agenda. I could definitely be wrong, but that’s how I interpreted it.

madvinmryk

He’s a lawyer and no friend of the president: sleazy with no real moral compass.

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