Jessie Ventura questions the Official 9/11 story on Fox news.

April 19, 2008 at 1:50 am (Uncategorized) (, , , , )

“How can two planes knock down three buildings? Jet fuel is four-fifths kerosene, it doesn’t burn hot. How can three buildings fall at the rate of gravity and turn into powder? I’m just simply questioning the fact that it doesn’t add up to me. I have a hard problem accepting the fact that never before in history has a steel structure building fallen at the rate of gravity. Why would the main core beams not bend? And why is it when you ask any question about 9/11 you are immediately attacked?”— Former Governor Jesse Ventura, speaking on Hannity & Colmes, 4/08/08



The former pro wrestler hasn’t reined in the outrageous opinions that often got him in trouble when he was governor from 1999 to 2003. He discusses at length the assassination of President Kennedy. He scorns the idea that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, and claims that during a trip to Dallas as governor a police officer warned him to avoid talking too much about “things that certain people don’t want brought to light.


He also discusses what he sees as the folly of organized religion. He argues that Catholic Church leaders should face racketeering charges for covering up sexual abuse by priests, then writes: “If Jesus came back today, I think he’d throw up.”

also airs his suspicion that “somebody in the government” sent people to infiltrate a government course he taught at Harvard University in 2004, on a day he discussed Kennedy’s assassination. He repeatedly shows a fascination with conspiracy theories and surveillance, recalling several encounters he had with CIA agents while governor and claiming that his wife found an electronic listening device at their private home during his term.


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