In recent congressional hearings, the case of David Grusch, a prominent witness, has drawn significant attention. As part of an ongoing investigation into governmental affairs, his testimony was subjected to a comprehensive psychological stress analysis. This analysis delved into the intricate details of nonverbal cues, speech patterns, and other psychological markers to gain insights into the veracity of Grusch's statements. The results of this analysis suggest potential discrepancies, casting doubts on the reliability of his testimony. This article aims to explore the implications of this analysis and the subsequent fallout surrounding David Grusch's appearance before Congress.