Episode 40

The Gabbard Doctrine


August 22nd, 2019

47 mins 34 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode we listen to an NPR interview from a series called "On The Trail," done with Tulsi Gabbard, a 2020 candidate for President. Take a listen to this one to learn:

  • What Gabbard does with her voice repeatedly in order to seem more Presidential
  • Why the way she addresses her potential influence with Russia reveals more than what she actually says, and a first hand experience with Russian bots on Twitter.
  • How she is using code language to call out to those who serve in the armed forces or who are related to military
  • Her past as it relates to climate policy and how a trip back to her childhood reveals surprising insights
  • The one mistake she made in her life and how she manages to turn it around into an inspirational narrative
  • How NPR interviewers change their questions in order to influence the type of answer that comes back
  • Gabbard's catch phrase that she uses repeatedly in order to suggest that she has a particular personality trait
  • The hypnosis technique of Pacing Current Experience and how it is being used by politicians to create rapport and suggest familiarity
  • What Gabbard thinks of Justin Amash and how he might be similar to her
  • Whether Gabbard has considered leaving the Democratic party
  • And more!

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Full NPR episode: https://www.npr.org/2019/07/08/739603781/which-u-s-wars-were-justifiable-tulsi-gabbard-names-only-world-war-ii

(Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)

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