Bill Gates’ Body Language Decoded — Armstrong Economics

Communication Professor Alex Lyon reacts to Bill Gates’ interview on PBS with Judy Woodruff regarding Jeffrey Epstein. There is an entire field devoted to decoding body language and indeed communication can be nonverbal. Lyon points out numerous cues that make Gates look “hinky” or suspicious. Gates’ body language and nonverbal cues create awkward verbal responses.…

Bill Gates’ Body Language Decoded — Armstrong Economics

5 responses to “Bill Gates’ Body Language Decoded — Armstrong Economics

  1. I do believe that the word “hinky” in this reporting needs to be less “politically correct” it’s more than “suspicious” but the word that best describes his wording and bodily movements needs to be labeled as HIGHLY DECEPTIVE, and dishonestly evasive!

    This man is being willfully and wickedly deceptive, which only proves his guilt in being perversely wicked!

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