Jesse Ventura Breaks the Set on JFK Conspiracy, Running with Howard Stern for President

Abby Martin speaks with former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura, about his new book ‘ They Killed our President’, going over the most compelling reasons why he thinks the assassination of JFK was a conspiracy, Bin Laden’s death, and his potential presidential run in 2016 with Howard Stern.

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8 Comments on "Jesse Ventura Breaks the Set on JFK Conspiracy, Running with Howard Stern for President"

  1. Haystack | Oct 5, 2013 at 5:04 pm |

    It’s saddening that people who can be so uncompromising in their critique mainstream narratives can, at the same time, be so credulous and obliging of anyone with a leftist message, no matter how specious or paranoid their reasoning.

    • kowalityjesus | Oct 5, 2013 at 8:59 pm |

      It is mystifying. Have you ever heard of the “Ivory Tower” metaphor? There is an Ivory Tower for liberal toadies who tend to get very sycophantic toward people they perceive to be closer to it or above them on it. It lends itself to a vitriolic hysteria toward ‘heretics’ and veneration and infallibility meted to some people who don’t deserve it.

  2. If Jesse runs for president, I’d vote for him. It would be the first time I vote for any president.

    • Dingbert | Oct 5, 2013 at 7:18 pm |

      I went to see him speak in college. During the Q&A, someone asked about having Minnesota return a flag they captured from our Southern state during the Civil War. Jesse became very animated, refused to return it, and threatened to use the National Guard if anyone tried to take it. His goatee was also separated into two braids.
      So, yeah, he’d probably get my vote, too.

      • My dad told me the same thing about politicians. All of them are crooks, his exact words. I like his stance on drugs, prostitution, and religion.

        • I like that he’s loud, opinionated, and hangs out with anti-government types, but is actually a centrist.

  3. Sam Wahl | Oct 6, 2013 at 8:54 pm |

    too bad nobody will take him seriously running with Stern. I’d vote for him tho.

  4. Sirius Radio would benefit tremendously because I think they’d get a lot more additional subscribers.

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