MSNBC's Body Language 'Expert' Says Bernie Was Lying

Posted: Jan 18, 2020 4:50 PM

MSNBC's Joy Reid invited a body language expert on to analyze the recent spat between Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in the last Democratic presidential debate. The spat was over Elizabeth Warren's accusation that Bernie Sanders once told her a woman could never become president during a private meeting back in 2018. 

The body language expert believes that Elizabeth Warren, who has been lying her whole life, was for once telling the truth when she confronted Bernie Sanders during the debate.

"I think you called me a liar on national TV," Warren told Sanders. 

"What?" Sanders responded.

"I think you called me a liar on national TV," Warren said again.

"You know, let's not do it right now," Sanders said. "If you want to have that discussion, we'll have that discussion."

"Anytime," Warren replied.

Joy Reid said scandals hurt more when they seem plausible and complained about Sanders' "physicality" whenever the senator speaks to women. 

"There's a shaking your finger at Hillary Clinton," Reid quibbled, "shaking your finger -- shoving, weird-y -- you know, his physicality makes me think, yeah, he could have said, you know, 'listen, I think in this environment a woman can't win.' That doesn't seem like a crazy thing for him to say." 

What would be really crazy is if Elizabeth Warren said something truthful for a change. The body language expert agreed with Reid's analysis, for lack of a better word. 

"First of all, I think Bernie is lying," the expert declared. "He slouches forward anyway Joy, but here he turtles ... this is trying to hide in plain sight." 

Because Warren came right out and accused the Vermont senator of lying, the body expert believes Warren's behavior is indicative of someone who is telling the truth. But what about all the times Warren came right out and said she was Native American, or all the times she claimed she was fired from a teaching job once she became visibly pregnant? 

Warren must not have been a very good teacher because any good teacher will tell you that the problem with lying is even when you might be telling the truth one day, no one is going to believe you. Well, except maybe the gullible believe-all-women crowd over at MSNBC.