I love it!!
Moreover, I think his position/argument about why some people support gun control may have tremendous workability. Calling someone a wuss or fraidy-cat because they are afraid of guns has only a limited workability. But, his comments about wanting to control the things that can be controlled seem a gentle approach likely to get through. The whole gazelle/leopard analogy seems perfect for appealing to both the reason and emotion of many people.
I'm going to rewatch the video multiple times until I have that section down perfect. I think we all would benefit from using the actor's approach. Also, I nominate the writer for Rhetorician of the Century.
Thanks for the link, EF!