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The thing that keeps me thinking about Clifford is his demeanor, his sense of honesty and passion, he doesn’t speak like a liar, or a manipulator.
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Oh holy hell! This is something that makes me cringe every time I hear Clifford Stone supporters say it. Because he cries when he talks about his ET
friends, or that he seems so “sweet,” you take that as a strong indicator of truth.

ACTING!!! Some people are gifted actors! It’s a thing- acting. People even make a profession out of acting. It is not an indicator of truth.

Or, he could be a bit nuts, and he believes the story that he made up for himself.

Something about him has always felt “off” to me. However, I won’t use that to support my “he’s a fake” stance, because I hate it when people use the
opposite (“I believe so-and-so is telling the truth because it just rings true to me”) to support their belief. I WILL say that in an interview with
Kevin Randle, he discusses the time he first met Mr. Stone in person.

What happened? Well first, they met YEARS after Mr. Stone was no longer in the army. However, he showed up for the interview in his uniform. Anyone who has been in the military knows that you don’t go around town in your uniform after you’ve been discharged.

Then, Mr. Stone walked by the interviewers with a file that prominently said “Top Secret” on it, on the side of the folder facing the interviewers. Casually walked by with it.

That’s definitely not how top secret information is kept, and any former soldier knows it.

Seems to me that he was trying to seem like his story is legit.

My suspicion? He’s been researching the ET-UFO topic for a long time; he’s clearly done a ton of work, with all of the information he’s unearthed
from his many FOIA requests. But I think he made up this little world of him being an ET “interfacer” in his head long ago, and wants it to be true so
badly that he can even make himself cry as he tells his made-up stories.

Seeming “sincerity” is not proof of someone’s truthfulness.

edit on 21-2-2017 by KansasGirl because: (no reason given)

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