Always happy to share Lou Conte's SubStack with readers. Lou is a polygraph expert. Check out his expert analysis of Dr. Anthony Fauci, excerpted below. Or read the full article and skip straight to his TRUTH BE TOLD SubStack.
By Louis Conte
Many are aware of the Fight or Flight response. It is the response built into our nervous system that is activated when we encounter a threat. As a polygraph examiner, it is the physiology associated with fight or flight that we are measuring in determining whether the examinee is being truthful or deceptive during a polygraph.
When the brain perceives a threat, the fight or flight response (which is also referred to as the Freeze, Fight or Flight Response) is activated so that we are prepared to run or engage in combat. The amygdala, an almond-shaped structure deep within our brain, triggers the release of stress hormones into the blood stream. Breathing increases but also becomes shallower. The heart beats faster, pumping blood to major muscle groups in the arms and legs – to prepare for strenuous physical activity - but away from internal and digestive organs. Sometimes this causes people to vomit. The bladder may relax, and I have observed some people literally “pee in their pants.” The mouth goes dry. The eyes also dry out, which causes the rate of blinking to increase. Blood rushes from hands and feet, leaving them cold and sweaty. Perspiration increases throughout the body. Arms and legs may tremble while tension increases in the arms, legs, neck, and shoulders. The mind hyper focuses, pupils dilate, and “Tunnel Vision” may result. I have observed that people’s eyes dart around, perhaps to locate escape routes. On one occasion, I observed a man faint during a polygraph while experiencing fight or flight because he had been caught in a lie.
In this scene from the Soprano’s, we see poor Adrianna La Cerva’s expression of fight or flight response in clear detail when she is unexpectedly pulled into a meeting with law enforcement.
I have seen people do some crazy things in polygraph sessions. As I really do not want people peeing themselves, passing out or puking, I often advise examinees to just tell the truth, come what may. Going through life lying and keeping dark secrets can damage people physically and emotionally. One way or another, the truth will come out.
With all of this in mind, I spent some time examining some video material on Dr. Anthony Fauci. The retired Director of the National Institute for Allergic and Infectious Diseases is a well-known public figure. There are hundreds of hours of video available on Dr. Fauci and therefore a significant amount of material to draw upon for baseline data.
In almost all of his public appearances, Fauci presents the well-honed image of the consummate public health administrator and leader in the scientific establishment. He is known as “America’s Doctor” and is, by his own declaration, the very embodiment of science. Fauci has publicly disagreed with former President Trump, someone who is described as being able to elicit the fight or flight response in many people. Even when disagreeing with Donald Trump, Fauci was as cool as a cucumber.
However, there have been a few occasions where the unflappable Fauci has been uncharacteristically anxious. Those occasions typically involve Senator Rand Paul and his questions about whether Fauci has funded Gain of Function research at that Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Louis Conte’s The Truth be Told: Exploring corruption, controversy, and deception in today’s world from the perspective of a forensic psychophysiologist (Polygraph Examiner).
Louis Conte is a professional Polygraph Examiner, investigator, and writer. In addition to the thousands of offenders he interviewed over his thirty-three years in law enforcement, Conte has conducted over fourteen hundred polygraph cases. He uses well-honed observation skills to ferret out the truth. Observation and careful attention to words and behavior often reveal the truth.
By Edward Dowd
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The book begins with a close look at the actual human reality behind the statistics, and when you see the people who are represented by the dry term Excess Mortality, it’s difficult to accept so many unexpected sudden deaths of young athletes, known to be the healthiest among us. Similarly, when lots of healthy teenagers and young adults die in their sleep without obvious reason, collapse and die on a family outing, or fall down dead while playing sports, that all by itself raises an immediate public health concern. Or at least it used to.
Ask yourself if you recall seeing these kinds of things occurring during your own life—in junior high? In high school? In college? How many times in your life did you hear of a performer dropping dead on stage in mid-performance? Your own life experience and intuition will tell you that what you’re about to see is not normal.
Or at least it wasn’t normal before 2021.
The War on Ivermectin
By Dr. Pierre Kory
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Big Pharma and health agencies cry "Don't take ivermectin!" A media storm follows. Why then, does the science say the opposite?
Ivermectin is a dirty word in the media. The drug has been derided and declared useless. Doctors have earnestly recorded pleas asking those afflicted with COVID-19 not to take the drug. But why?
The War on Ivermectin is the personal and professional narrative of Dr. Pierre Kory, the co-founder of an expert group of physicians’, and his plight to alert the world of his group's identification of ivermectin as a highly-effective, life-saving, widely available generic medicine with an obvious ability to end the global pandemic. In this book, Dr. Kory details all the personal attacks, professional setbacks, and concerted, corrupt, and highly effective actions which influenced the world’s major health agencies and medical journals to dismiss and deny it’s efficacy.