Jesse Ventura talks with Larry King about "Conspiracy Theory" his new show on TruTV
2009-12-03 0:00

From: redicecreations.com

Former Governor of Minnesota, Former Pro-Wrestler, and Former Navy Seal Jesse Ventura speaks to Larry King about his new TV show, “Conspiracy Theory.”

Several things in this video seemed contradictory. First, Jesse Ventura says he is angry about 30,000 troops being sent to war to help prop up a phony government but then turns around and flat out says, “We need congress to immediately pass a war tax to pay for this war.” Furthermore, he says we need to “bring back the draft” while saying “it’s too easy for these people to take our young men and women to war and not account for it.” This is the host of the new TV show, “Conspiracy Theory” which exposes 7 modern conspiracies of the last decade and who supposedly is a believer? Does he address the NWO in his show because these statements are absurd coming from a “conspiracy theorist” for blatantly obvious reasons!

Larry King asks Jesse the question, regarding the war, “If it was your decision what would you do?” Jesse answers by saying, “Pull out of Afghanistan and Iraq and bring our boys home. It’s our job to protect their safety and not be sending them off to wars.” Ok, now I’m confused!

King plays a preview of Jesse’s new show which is reminiscent of WWF night meets bad contrived reality TV (and yes, he is acting paranoid in his black hoodie). How did Jesse and his camera crew get access to the front door of Hanger 17, which allegedly contains remnants from 911?

The question has to be asked and you know what that question is.




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