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Subliminally Correct is a bi-weekly podcast where two experts in subconscious messaging examine the intersection of politics, persuasion, and all the ways politicians and newsmakers are using psychological tactics to influence you every single day.



The show is hosted by Alex Dobranic, Political Consultant and Certified Consulting Hypnotist; and Taylor Sherman, Executive Coach and Certified Hypnosis Instructor – experts in politics and subliminally persuasive tactics.



Guests range from political staffers, consultants, journalists and academics, to experts in hypnosis, body-language, and Neuro-Linguistic Psychology; here to give you an inside look into what makes the persuasive politician.


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The US has won the war with Iran! In this episode Donald Trump contends that the Iranian people are celebrating the US victory, and this is our breakdown of his congratulatory speech. Listen to this episode as we take a closer look at: How the Primacy and Recency effects are used in order to make certain things stick in someone's mind, and what Trump wants us to remember A discussion of whether President Trump's shaky voice tone is strategic, or if in fact he is seriously scared Colorful metaphors that are used to have you viscerally imagine scenes as if from a horror movie and how Iran "created hell" with their terror spree Using recent events to strengthen opposition to the previous administration, or why it's Obama's fault that all of this happened The olive branch at the end. Is it true that Trump wants peace? And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
Is that spy story featuring deep intelligence and bad business based in fact, or just TV drama? Trump meets with the PM of Greece but it turns into a press conference (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHUBSc-QUlo) about the killing of Iran's general Soleimani, and it reveals his intentions, motives, and persuasive tactics. Listen to this episode to find out: How to answer someone's deepest concerns or fears without actually giving many details Whether communicators like Pete Buttigieg are naturally persuasive, or whether this is a trained capacity brought by years of talking to consultants Why Trump chose to strike Gen. Soleimani at the time he did and his evidence for the strike Mike Pompeo's quick summary of the action and what it reveals about how to talk persuasively The Good vs Evil archetype and the struggle of American prosperity One commonly used Value Judgment language pattern and how it was used to delete who actually is making a decision on whether something is good or bad And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
How do Republicans deal with highly educated ivy league legal scholars telling them the president should be impeached? We hear from three House Republicans who vehemently fight back against witnesses and use rhetorical tricks to grab the upper hand. Listen to this episode for: Who the Republicans consider to be "fact witnesses" and why Adam Schiff is on the list Temporal (time-based) language predicates and how to use them to create persuasive "if, then" loops The psychological driver of Commitment and Consistency and how it is being used to drive agreement among supporters of the president. How a simple vocal shift can make it seem like you are highly intelligent and know what you are talking about Using legal-based language that sounds more commonplace to force the left-leaning law professors to agree even though they didn't want to The demation and slander polities of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
What is the definition of a fact, and how can you convey those facts with authority? Several law professors spar on the alleged high crimes of President Trump, on which they have fundamental disagreement, in our look at the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment inquiry hearings. Listen to this episode to find out: How Democrats set the foundation, and how Republicans erode that foundation one bit at a time. Is this "Just the facts" examination a political circus, or something more – a close look at tactics of how we come to know truth? Why Rep. Collins (R-Ga) gives one witness free reign to comment on anything that he wanted to say The founders' interpretations of the powers of Kings. Could Baron Trump actually become "a Baron" in nobility? "The Clock and the Calendar" and how simple household concepts can build familiarity with an argument that might not hold muster The magic ratio that one witness speaks of, between an impeachment's foundation and it's weight And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
Why is a mid-western white guy starting to become more popular with churchgoing black voters? Join us as we examine Pete Buttigieg's presidential speech at Rev. William Barber's Greensboro church. Listen to this episode to learn: The reframing technique of frame busting and how you can use it to influence and persuade Why Mayor Pete has not resonated with minorities in the past, and whether his current strategy is enough to get him more votes from a critical demographic A thematic story featuring an immigrant, ICE, and how Pete's policies saved the day in South Bend How one feel-good policy regarding a prison system lacks critical merit and how he manages to convince the crowd of his authenticity An Ericksonian hypnosis device that you can practice yourself with your friends, relatives, and work colleagues, all while seeming to have a normal conversation Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
What happens when this moderate Democrat attends an African American Church to promote his presidency? Mayor Pete Buttigieg attends the Greenleaf Christian Church where he is asked questions by the audience who wants to know if he is for real. During this episode you'll hear: The religious predestination narrative that links Pete Buttigieg to President Trump in how they have used this one tactic How Mayor Pete tries to bring his appeal to African Americans while still speaking to his base of white moderates The structure of AB-BA logic and how a quote from the minister turns the crowd to his side Can Mayor Pete do thematic appeals as well as Barack Obama? Hear his unity messaging in one of the clips. How he backs away from a potentially toxic issue in Iowa to flip the script and invite in a solution A potent non-verbal cue he uses that is meant to suggest his likelyhood to become president And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
Staunch Republican Chris Stewart tells us that the coup has started, and impeachment will follow. We listen to the minority counsel for the Republicans as they interview Amb. William Taylor and George Kent, attempting to shape the narrative around the inquiry, along with more from Rep Jim Jordan. Join us in this episode as we break down: Secrets, Leaks, and Opinions, and who is the true identity of the whistle blower? How tag questions are being used to create agreement, and whether Ambassador William Taylor decides to play ball Presuppositions of awareness are a hypnotic device used to direct attention in persuasive ways. Listen to hear how it is used in politics A new language pattern that uses Domino Logic to leap between ideas The 55 days theme, and why it is a strawman narrative Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
In the first impeachment hearings, we examine congressman Jim Jordan's methods of persuasion and influence, along with a press conference clip featuring President Trump's framing of the whole process. We begin with a softball question asked by right-leaning OAN's reporter who gives Donald Trump an easy platform to monologue the day away, and then take a listen to Jim Jordan as he procedes to persuade. We break down several of Jordan's devices of framing. Take a listen to this episode to learn: How Jordan uses a classic car sales technique to convert a reluctant witness over to his side! The threat that John Ratcliff issues to Adam Schiff, disguised as simply part of parlimentary procedure Using repetition along with deductive fallacies to create confusion Tongue-twisters and what they have to do with the serious business of impeachment Overwhelming with ordinals - 6 people having 4 conversations in 1 sentence And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
Why do rational people listen to irrational things? Conspiracy-theory laced TV host Alex Jones is featured on this episode where we discuss the Info Wars he claims are happening. Listen to this episode to find out: How Jones takes an innocuous clip of James Comey and uses it to spin a fictional reality narrative A breakdown of just one clever sentence that combines mind reads, unspecified abstractions, and in-group/out-group thinking The GOP nightmare scenario that you need to be aware of The use of what Fritz Perls called Organ Language A super-spooky hypnotic outro that continues our Halloween theme! And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
Alex Jones and Info Wars are back in this two-part episode, where we find out exactly how he manages to keep people listening, even after being banned on multiple platforms. Learn how he does it and how this applies to Donald Trump. In this episode we cover: How Alex Jones accidentally reveals something that might imply he has actual brain damage Why God makes an appearance in his episodes and what that says about his persuadability Venturing down the Real Rabbit Hole and getting down to Brass Tacks How metaphors of Gifts and Team Building are used to disarm and control His music selection and why each song has a theme The psychological reasons why people would listen to him in the first place, the type of person who tends to listen, and how they get addicted. You might be surprised! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
Are the American people wrong for wanting a change in our government, in wanting a choice in their healthcare, and in which wars we engage in? In this episode we take a listen to the key points of the New York Times / CNN debates in Ohio, a key battleground state where the candidates who are still remaining are fighting it out to win votes, and the respect of the others on the stage. Take a listen to this episode to find out: Why the new measure of Democracy is how many selfies a candidate has taken with their supporters Insurance companies pulling the rug out from under people and what the candidates have planned to solve this Using words like "only" and how they narrow the focus of attention to being exclusive rather than inclusive Is a trickle-up economy possible? How Andrew Yang thinks that Universal Basic Income (UBI) will heal the American tax payer How Cory Booker and Kamala Harris are battling with each other to be the biggest advocate for women's rights Bernie Sanders' brilliant reframe where he moves into story language and captivates the audience - we break down why it was so effective Elizabeth Warren's masterful maneuver that redefines the "complex equivalence" of Pete Buttigieg's medicare plan Is Tulsi Gabbard a Russian prop given her repeated language using foreign talking points? Listen to this episode for our true opinions! Beto's potential instruments of terror and how the moderators catch him in a lie And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
In this episode we listen to clips from a joint press conference by Republican leadership in the wake of Nancy Pelosi announcing an impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump. We hear in this episode a high degree of spin from the Republicans, and persuasion skills are at the forefront! Take a listen to this episode to find out: The key transitional phrase that Republican leaders keep using in order to pace and lead the audience What Nancy Pelosi has to do with the classical game of Plinko from the Price is Right, and this hilarious analogy and linkage The key phrases that the speakers use that let you know they just lied and how you can be on the lookout for them How selective attention is being used to focus you only on the facts they want you to see The "They/We" switch and why pronoun usage is so important when analyzing persuasive messages A breakdown of linking cause and effect statements and what this has to do with Trump The distraction game and how Corey Lewandowski makes an appearance Taylor's favorite nominalization in all of politics The "Big Reveal" - how listening to this press conference a few days after it aired shows a shocking revelation that not even the Republicans knew had already happened! And much more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
In this episode we listen to important moments stemming from the third democratic debate, held on ABC news. We break down how both the moderators and the politicians influenced the debates, as well as influenced each other. Listen to this episode to learn: The secret behind the Yang Gang's popularity The PR reason that candidates are so keen to say that they love Obama, while simultaneously rejecting his policies. How Elizabeth Warren uses the persuasion technique of value stemming to bypass a moderator's question and go right to the core of the matter More transitional phrases and how Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren are now using the same phrase to divert the audience's attention from the tough questions they are asked How one candidates uses an on/off voice tone in order to hammer in a particular message that their contemporaries might not be willing to accept The technique of moving from large groups to small groups to increase liking, and how individuals are the most likeable of all Universal Quantifiers as they are used on the debate stage - do you know which candidate is most Trump-like in this way? It might not be who you expect... Pete Buttigieg's tough uphill battle against the race and immigration allegations that won't leave him alone and his plan to defeat systemic racism The moment where Kamala Harris is caught off-guard as she is starkly confronted with facts on her record and how she spins it Beto's appeal to religiousity and how he mixes that with his strongly progressive gun rights stances And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
In this episode we break down a Marianne Williamson campaign rally in San Francisco, where she covers many areas of her policy but more importantly how she thinks about the politics. We break down how she has managed to gain as much traction as she has, and analyze her persuasive communication. Listen to this episode to find out: Is Williamson's voice a helpful inspiration to bring new air to our political system, or is she "flat out crazy"? How she uses Trumpian tactics of crowd handling to move the audience and insert new ideas. Why it's important that Williamson grew up in Texas and what that has to do with baseball. Associating into the "second position" of the other as described in Neuro-Lingustic Programming and how she uses this tactic without saying what she is doing. What the health of the body has to do with national security, and why you need to listen. A call-back to one of Biden's old tropes, and how she spins it and makes it her own. Punctuational ambiguities and how she uses an old Milton Erickson technique to give double meanings. Why a few statistics about women generated her so much cheering and applause. The metaphors of a song, a dog whistle, and a megaphone, and how Williamson uses "VAK" languaging to gain rapport with more of the room. And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
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! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! 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)
In this episode, we talk about Robert Mueller's appearance before the House Judiciary Committee on whether the Trump campaign obstructed justice, and on the Russia investigation. In this episode we lead you through: Why Democrats and Republicans have vastly different ideas on the meaning of the hearing, the facts of the Mueller report, and how this will play out in 2020 How a key Republican talking point uses Mind Reading as a tactic to influence us The Non-Mirror Image Reverse in hypnotic language and how this was used to create a "gotcha" question in the hearing! The talk show themed paternity test drama that is brought in to the hearing Whether Robert Mueller is in this just for duty, or if there is something personal in it for him The battle between department policy versus personal feelings Peter Strzok's firing and how internal motivation was used to drive policy Why rapid speakers are more persuasive, and who in the House uses their tempo in order to purposefully create confusion The chilling "1984"-like, anti-democracy message from one congressman that should scare you to your bones Robert Mueller's response to why he thinks the President wanted him fired Whether Donald Trump knew he was innocent or guilty, and how the "big justice department" might have influenced that Whether congress has passed a record number of bills, or has accomplished nothing, depending on who you ask The one congressperson who gets red faced and hot tempered in a staged emotional attack at Mueller and whether this type of attack is effective and on which levels Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
We're back for the second night of the Democratic Debates. This one features some heavyweights - Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg. We've chosen to pick one segment from each issue/topic to analyze how the different candidates responded, and persuaded, one another and the audience. Listen to this episode to find out: How transitional phrases are used by multiple candidates to not answer questions, and the exact words candidates are using to transition to a new topic How Barack Obama's campaign messaging has been hijacked by Bernie Sanders to illustrate the difference between him and other candidates The moment when Bernie gets caught off-guard and accidentally says the whole truth The ways that moderators were trying to create a pit fight between moderate and progressive candidates, and why they picked certain candidates to go against each other Why Kamala Harris jumps in when she did on the contentious questions about race and ethnicity, and what we should know about this from a persuasion standpoint How candidates broaden their messaging by first diverting to values and then swinging back to policy points The rhetorical technique of antimeria and which 2020 candidate won the "rhetoric award" for this debate Necessity vs. possibility languaging and how candidates might be painting themselves into a corner How Kamala Harris changes scope on a moderator and launches an implied threat Eric Swalwell's attacks on Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg and why it makes sense to examine them more closely The illogical but persuasively sound argument that one candidate made while on the debate stage that caused roaring applause And much more! If you enjoy this show, we can really use your support. Please consider supporting us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect). Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com), and you can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! Ten candidates: Joe Biden, Sanders,Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, Kirsten Gillibrand, Michael Bennet, Marianne Williamson, Eric Swalwell, Andrew Yang, John Hickenlooper (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0) Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
In this episode we take a listen to the first night of the Democratic debates, which occurred over two nights. This is part one of our two-part episode. We've chosen to pick one segment from each issue/topic to analyze how the different candidates responded, as well as persuaded, one another and the audience. Listen to this episode to find out: The hypnotic technique of revivification and how it is used to do a conversational regression during the debate. How the moderators of the debate acted partially to sway audience's opinion and to frame questions for certain candidates to answer. This one photo that changed a whole discussion that you might not have seen yet. How Cory Booker bought himself an extra time slot that wasn't originally there to discuss his position. Utilizing words and catch-phrases that only certain groups know about (in this case, veterans and the military) in order to convincingly frame their opponent. How policy toward Israel and Palestinine became a hot-button topic without even mentioning the name of the country, and why one candidate was singled out for their position on Israel. What Chuck Todd thinks is now a part of "high school life" that wasn't there just a few years ago. Whether quoting the Bible is a good thing, and how one candidate quotes a religious text without saying what they are quoting. How one leading candidate uses the phrase, "This is not about policy, this is personal" which draws us away from reality and into rhetoric The metaphor of a painting that almost draws the audience away from the question being asked And much more! If you enjoy this show, we can really use your support. Please consider supporting us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect). Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com), and you can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! Ten candidates: Cory Booker, Julian Castro, Bill DeBlasio, John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, Jay Insley, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’Rourke, Tim Ryan, and Elizabeth Warren. (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
An upcomer in the Democratic primaries, Pete Buttigieg, recently did an interview with Margaret Brennan of CBS's Face the Nation. We are able in this episode to understand how Mayor Pete has gained so much traction in the race due to his midwestern style of communicating and how he uses metaphors and values. In this episode learn: Why Pete says we need "new voices" and how it relates to one irrevocable quality of a candidate How he has been pushed to be more progressive and why Bernie Sanders is a sticky subject Why politicians are trained from day 1 to avoid horse race questions and instead pivot to this strength Freedom "To" do something vs Freedom "From" something, and which he uses most Playing with time - Future pacing and the ladder backward technique How climate change has become a Democratic talking point on security issues Joe Biden's big mistake according to Mayor Pete How we represent the world: Seeing, Hearing, and ... Tasting? The ways to have better wages, a better standard of living, and a better social fabric. What "Feeling like Americans" really means Pete's biggest weakness that is revealed in this interview And more! Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) to get more information about each episode. Have you supported the show recently? Start now by supporting us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
With just five minutes apiece, nineteen democratic candidates faced off on the Iowa Democratic Hall of Fame event. In this episode we take a look at three candidates that we haven't covered as much: Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren, and Pete Buttigieg. Learn: Why we call Cory Booker the Football Coach How "Mayor Pete" utilizes example language to address policy stances to slide in to the mind of the listener Elizabeth Warren's persuadability and her plans to circumvent United States Supreme Court rulings How linking your family history to that of major historical movements aids in getting an audience on your side How rate of speech and volume influences whether a candidate is perceived to be more friendly How contrast is used to make simple ideas sound profound Theming, allusions, and analogies Why leading Democrats are now arguing that Republicans don't own the American value of freedom. The submodalities of viewing things from different positions and how it ties into scaffolding Remember to visit our website (http://www.subliminallycorrect.com) and support us through Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/subliminallycorrect)! You can also follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SubliminalPod) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SubliminallyCorrect/)! (Theme Music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free from Free Music Archive, CC BY 3.0)
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