Television coverage of Bernie Sanders typically focuses on his presentations to large groups of people in auditoriums; that format almost of necessity requires shouting a series of brief soundbites and standard phrases.
In this interview, Bernie sits at a table and for an hour calmly and carefully discusses major topics in depth. He begins by noting that the Democratic "debates" shouldn't even be called that - that they are essentially reality TV shows. At 04:30 the host asks him to explain "misconceptions about you" (re socialism in particular). At 05:30 the topic shifts to health care, then at 11:00 to lobbyists and their power, then about 17:00 on to minimum wage, the corruption of a political system that ignores working people, student debt and college costs, then at about 32:00 gun control, at 45:00 marijuana and drugs, and finally at 55:00 climate change.
It is so refreshing to listen to this format rather than to shouting from a podium. I know most readers of TYWKIWDBI will skip this post entirely, but I encourage everyone to at least try the first 5-10 minutes. Turn it on while you fix a lunch or do laundry. This video gives a better sense of the man and his mindset than anything else I have encountered.
Just try ten minutes. Even if you don't like him.
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