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October 06, 2018


The talking heads all spoke of his weepy, emotional behavior during the hearing as “righteous anger and indignation”. I see it differently. He was raised in a privileged, patrician family and attended a private catholic JESUIT prep school, part of the country club set with high social standing. His thugish behavior was made public and he was facing disgrace. His weepy behavior was the result of cognitive dissonance LYING to the Senate under oath to protect his career, reputation,privilege. He invoked his parents,children,wife,friends to deflect the truth of his behavior. His weepybehavior was the result of SHAME at being exposed and having to LIE under oath to survive. He was crying for the death of his honor.

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