Second Series of Conspiracy Theory airs tonight
Oct 15, 2010
Former Governor of Minnesota, ex-Navy SEAL and retired pro-wrestler Jesse Ventura raised some important unanswered questions regarding the 9/11 attacks in a heated exchange on national television yesterday.
Ventura was appearing on Eric Bolling’s Fox Business News show, “Follow The Money”, to promote the second series of his extremely popular Conspiracy Theory show which begins on Tru TV tonight at 10pm.
“The Gulf of Tonkin Incident never happened. Well 58,000 of my generation died over something that was a lie… this one’s a lie too.” an irate Ventura told Bolling following the interview in reference to the 9/11 attacks.
As Bolling attempted to dismiss Ventura’s questions, the former Governor simply repeatedly asked “how much study have you done on 9/11?”
The interview turned heated as Ventura was defending the constitutional right for the establishment of a mosque at ground zero in New York.
Bolling, clearly agitated by Ventura’s position, stated “3000 people died there on 9/11″.
“And who really killed them? WHO REALLY KILLED THEM?” Ventura interjected.
“How can you go there?” Bolling replied, demanding Ventura explain his position on 9/11.
Ventura reached into his pocket, pulled out an image of the crumbling World Trade Center towers from 9/11 and asked “You tell me, is that a building collapsing or a building exploding?”
“That is a building exploding. It didn’t collapse, it exploded.” Ventura asserted as Bolling took great pains to explain he was in Manhattan on the day of 9/11 and does not question the official version of events.
Bolling then appeared to suggest that Ventura believes planes never hit the twin towers on 9/11 by stating “I watched the airplane fly into the tower.. are you trying to tell me that didn’t happen?”
Ventura dismissed the notion, stating “I watched it too”, before launching into information overload on the historical context of government sponsored terrorism as a pretext for war and invasion.
The former Governor also gave viewers a teaser regarding the upcoming series of Conspiracy Theory, with a promise of a visual, audible and written confession to the murder of JFK for the first time on network television.
Regular Infowars and Prisonplanet readers will know that Ventura is referring to the deathbed revelations of former Watergate conspirator E Howard Hunt, which has been roundly ignored by the mainstream media for over two years.
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Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor at Alex Jones’ Infowars.net, and regular contributor to Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham in England.
This article was posted: Friday, October 15, 2010 at 10:05 am