CNN Gloria Borger Unintended Honesty Body Language Apologetic To Ron Paul

by Kurt Wallace

Yesterday, CNN reporter asked Ron Paul a series of questions in a fairly lengthy interview on a variety of subjects. At the end of this interview Gloria Borger asks Dr. Paul about newsletters written under his name that have racist content.  Ron Paul answers the question the same way he has every time he is asked about this subject.

However, this reporter was unable to accept his answers and continued to ask him about the newsletters, so finally in a soft tone Ron Paul says, “When you get the answers it’s legitimate that you accept the answers” and then he answers her a THIRD time “You know what the answer is I didn’t write them, I didn’t read them at the time and I disavow them, that is the answer” the genuine nature of Ron Paul left Ms. Borger demonstrating remorse for her badgering him as she began to question herself in her sheepish defense.

In the video below, listen to the tone of her response “It’s just a question it’s legitimate, it’s legitimate”. This exchange is telling, because of how Ron Paul’s honest demeanor is and how he brings out the unintended honesty of this reporter. Gloria Borger becomes even more apologetic, note her body language as she looks down, (‘looking down means this person feels guilty, not wanting to face you.’)

At 2:50 in the video Borger says, “alright, alright thank you congressman, I appreciate your answer, I appreciate your answering the questions and you understand it’s our job to ask them” her body language continues with her hand gestures trying to convince Dr. Paul of her point. At 2:56 in the video Mr. Borger’s left hand goes to her heart/chest and according to:

Signs of Deception: Body Language of Lies:

• Physical expression will be limited and stiff, with few arm and hand movements. Hand, arm and leg movement are toward their own body the liar takes up less space.

• A person who is lying to you will avoid making eye contact.

• Hands touching their face, throat & mouth. Touching or scratching the nose or behind their ear. Not likely to touch his chest/heart with an open hand.

And according to:

The Guide for Body Language Chart

‘hand(s) on heart (left side of chest)Although easy to fake, the underlying meaning is one of wanting to be believed, whether being truthful or not. Hand on heart can be proactive, as when a salesman tries to convince a buyer, or reactive, as when claiming innocence or shock.’

What Gloria Borger’s body language may be saying, I realize I am interviewing a kind gentleman who is real and honest and I feel bad for what I just did.

After, Wolfe Blitzer then tries to soothe Borger by saying “It’s uh, It’s uh tough series of questions you asked him but uh you obviously had to ask them”

It’s clear that Dr. Paul finished the interview and calmly respectfully said thank you twice as Gloria demonstrated through her tone that she was apologetic.

Could it be that Gloria Borger had a fantastic interview with Dr. Paul discussing issues and receiving a refreshing set of clear answers unlike most politicians? Could it be that she actually respects Ron Paul and felt remorse for what she had done?


  • Mrdalesavage

    CNN chose to run that BS at the exact time when it would do the most damage to Ron Paul.  Did they have the right to question him on the subject – Yes.  The timing of the story is the most telling though not to mention the fact that the selectively edited the story to make it look worse than what it was.  What they left out was the end when she asked you understand why I have to ask this? CNN chose not to air his response – in a calm, relaxed voice, I understand, I understand how the system works.

    CNN just a propaganda tool. 

  • Jafo2me

    LOL: The question I keep asking to people like Borger of Jewish decent is this. Why is it that the people who seemingly had the most to lean from Nazi Fascism are the ones supporting this Globalist takeover to support their materialism, greed and power?  The NDAA was just passed which makes the US a Country with no Constitution and sets the stage for marshal law and the continued Fascist takeover of the Republic.  So, whats the answer Gloria? Oh, yea it’s my job.  Gee, didn’t we hear that say reasoning from the Nazi Death Camp goons who had to close the oven door. You can pick on Ron Paul all you want. You “ALL” have much bigger problems but your insanity prevents you from doing anything about your idiotic behavior and hatred for everyone and everything around you. You go Gloria and tell your Lobbyist husband he has a future as a guard at a FEMA camp near you.

  • Morphyis

    The reason he gets upset is he has answered the questions many times and yet the media keeps on him about it. It’s sad this is the only thing they can dig up that might be bad about him.

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  • Jocko

    Ron Paul is done

    • Anonymous

      Ron Paul’s track record speaks for itself.

    • Maximax

      Yes, he’s sure done….answering zionist questions. But not done running for prez, which he’ll win.

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  • JohnnyDee123

    Gloria grew up in New Rochelle. She is a graduate of Colgate University Class of 1974.[2] Borger’s father owned Borger’s, a distributor of electrical appliances. She has one sister named Paula.[2] Borger lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Lance Morgan, a lobbyist who works for Powell Tate and their two sons
    Powell Tate brings a wealth of defense-related experience as well as a keen understanding of the cultures of the individual services, laws governing military public affairs, and media and industries that interact with the United States Department of Defense. Our clients have included a virtual “Who’s Who” of prime defense contractors and government agencies. Our seasoned communications professionals bring experience in Pentagon public affairs and defense journalism. We understand national security policy and decision-making, as well as think tanks and academics that contribute to this public policy. We leverage our strong presence in Washington, D.C. and draw on our global network, as necessary, to help create and build relationships between our clients and their constituencies.


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