Ventura Talks 9/11, Makes Fox News Anchor Leave Stage

…”but I ask questions and what perturbs me is that you don’t get answers, nobody wants to talk about it, this event which changed the entire history of our Country, why aren’t  allowed to discuss it?  Why aren’t we allowed to ask questions?   The moment you do you get a reaction like he gave me, ‘how dare you….how dare you question your government.’  – Jesse Ventura


  • Elias Char

    He takes away the pain of Michelle Bachman. 

    • Mumu Land

       But who would you like better naked?

  • chinagreenelvis

    So you’re telling me the people who regularly question the current administration – and therefore government – are 100% skeptical of a guy who is questioning the government?

    Talk about your double fucking standards. Fuck Fox & Friends. Fuck them in their stupid asses.

    • chinagreenelvis

      I have to give credit to the two remaining hosts for at the very least letting him fucking speak.

      • chinagreenelvis

        Oh but man do they get uncomfortable when they mention evolution.

    • Nunzio X

      In order to successfully fuck them in their asses, we’d have to remove their heads from said asses first.

      A daunting prospect at best.

  • MoralDrift

    Wake up with Fucking Morons and Friends

    • rtb61

       The three stooges of news, it appears ‘Larry’ threw a tantrum and stormed off.

  • Monkey See Monkey Do

    HEALTH WARNING: Repeated exposure to Fox news may be harmful to your intelligence, physical hygiene and sanity, health recommendation is to destroy and dispose of any TV antenna’s or pay-TV cables around your home.

    • IrishPotatoGun

       Ben Swan is one of the few on Fox I respect he actually speaks truth

  • Mamagriff50

    Thankyou Mr. Ventura!  For speaking what many,many of us are still feeling. To preserve freedom you must ask questions….or there is no freedom. Shame on the Fox news anchor for leaving in such a huff….He needs another career.

  • IrishPotatoGun

    The major questions I have are in no particular order .
    1.  How did the terrorist time the attack at the same time as a drill for hijacked airplanes, therefore having the FAA and NORAD completely fail at there jobs?
    2.  How the hell did Building 7 come down, and be predicted by the BBC?
    3.  Who profited from shady bets against airlines and other businesses, as well as the subsequent wars?
    4.  How could EPA not have know that site was toxic when they clearly knew the building was filled with Asbestos?
    5.  How come the 9/11 commission was made up of a lot of the people who helped to cover up Iran Contra, and numerous other shame investigations?
    6.  What are the odds of hitting the one room in the Pentagon that was investigating 2.3 Trillion in misappropriated funds.
    7.  What about all the Israeli’s arrested on that day in NYC, filming and with vans with explosive and residue?
    8.  Why was the guy(s) supposedly responsible assassinated in stead brought to justice even when unarmed?

    • guest

      “I can answer every one of those questions with one simple answer, a wizard did it. And if you ever have any questions about anything else involving conspiracies, or just any occurrence that doesn’t make sense for that matter. It was all a wizard.”
      – Every U.S Politician.

  • john

    Fox is shit i dont know who that guy is but a candy a$$ fairy slurping crap in NY has no right to breath. NY is not America. Jessy next time just punch that douche bags face threw the back of his head.  Make that thumb sucking slave fall as fast as building 7.

  • OldNewz

    Brian is such a little frat boy du che`.  Why does he always want to debate and argue?  Whats fair and balanced about that.  It’s been since 2008 I gave up on fox and fiends (R intentionally left out).  Good riddance.  Thumbs up to Jesse. 

  • Lily

    Anybody still thinks that we have problems with freedom of speech in Russia or Iraq?

  • charlieprimero

    Impressive.  Jesse Ventura’s rhetorical skills are improving.   A couple a years ago he was easy to dismiss. The tide is slowly turning.

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  • Honu

    I thought I’d seen this video a few years ago. I find it extraordinarily frustrating that people who believe the official story label anyone who disagrees with it as a conspiracy theorist nut job when the science is clear and doesn’t bear out on the government’s telling of what happened.  I pretty much knew the moment I first saw the buildings collapse that they didn’t fall from the plane’s impact and subsequent fires. Just the visual of the buildings falling at near free fall speed is enough to establish a base of understanding of what happened.  When the official story came out it just sounded wrong to me. 

  • paprtowl

    he, jesse, is the only person i would have confidence in to lead to this country . i will support his leadership, should he choose to run .

  • Kathy Schneider

    Critical thinking isn’t allowed for the indentured servants. 

  • Paintslikebobross

    Looks like Jesse is in the right place, but he’ll never find the answers he is looking for considering the United States is a corporation and have no business informing its subjects.  The rabbit hole just got deeper.

  • Patsy Ketsy

    I’m surprised he got to talk that much.

  • FDNY Daughter

    I dont think it’s that people don’t question 9/11 i think it’s more that people don’t want to question our government. Being a New York State resident, greatly hurt by 9/11, losing loved ones, I myself would never want to hear that our government did this to innocent people. But that does not mean that I don’t question it every now and then, and it doesn’t mean I don’t listen to the conspiracy theories. It’s hard to consider that our own people did this.

    • FDNY Daughter

      In addition! The Gulf of Tonkin incident was said to have never happened.. There was no live recording shown on every news broadcast in the nation and if it was said to have never happened then there were no lives taken. If our government were to pull something like this there would be a false statement bringing us into war, not a plan devised to kill thousands of innocent people. (Again I’m not saying I believe that 9/11 was or wasn’t something planned by our government im saying that his argument has completely different circumstances than this situation)

      • No1

         It find it funny that you’ve generalized people who are stating, that it wasn’t troglodytes from the middle east who engineered the catastrophe that happened in your city, as conspiracy theorists. I find it even more humorous that ‘your different circumstances’ don’t have any definitive substantiation upon his argument. I find it the most hilarious that even though you’ve expressed your opinion, that you still have someone trolling you for not expressly making an argument that lies on one side of the fence or the other. How about you feel out what your gut is telling you. I don’t think the majority of the American public (dem/rep/indy) would agree to wasting vast resources to invade the middle east to secure resources unless something dramatic happened that most could witness. I certainly don’t find this outside the realm of the implausible, and with all the evidence that’s been presented over the years, I’d have to let my ego err on the side of Jesse here, that we need to find the real culprits and hold them accountable. And now the conversation is over because I just now mentioned Nazi’s, who did the same thing to instill patriotism in their nation shortly before WW2. Congrats, for resting your cooch on the fence post.

  • Will

    Great to see him put his opinion so forcibly! He’s right in the Fox ‘news’ anchor reaction being typical of those uninformed or so set in denial that they can’t face the possibility that there is more to 9/11 bombings than the government has reported. Some elements of that day are so out there they’re included in James Bond plot lines (i.e. spikes in stock market trading related to corporations involved in events on that day.)