Jesse Ventura Is Public Enemy Number Nuts

By Jack February 06, 2014 @ 3:29 PM

Former wrestling governor Jesse Ventura has gone off the grid in Mexico to broadcast his latest rebel without a cause show. He fled down Mexico way because he believes that the U.S. government is following him around with surveillance drones. Ventura has long been a conspiracy nut who believes that the government is run by a secret Illuminati-like cabal. He thinks that we live in a fascist state that wants to turn us all into zombies or something.

“I’m off the grid. I move about with my TV show so that the drones can’t find me and you won’t know exactly where I am. As long as we have solar power and we can reach the satellite.”

While our government is no doubt up to tons of nefarious unpublicized shit, I think the Star Chamber has more to worry about than someone called “The Body” spouting a bunch of half-baked theories to his fifteen member audience. If the government is as all powerful as he thinks then him moving around between various Acapulco hotel rooms probably won’t keep him safe. I know the NSA bugged Americans and that Facebook sells all our data to the Taliban or whatever, but the only drones following Jesse Ventura live in his bald mulleted head.

wwtdd

(2) Comments

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    DrainBammage 02/06/2014 15:37

    THey have a name for The Body in Russia, his name is Garry Kasparov.
    No one gives a crap about him and his politics there, he gets basically the chess geek vote but 15 votes or not, US media cover him 3/4 of the times when they have an election there as if he ever mattered..
    Now imagine if the russians did the same with Ventura, following around nonstop telling them about the elected governor of a US state and his great importance in the political system,.

    Yeah, it sounds stupid. Just as stupid as when we give disproportionate attention to asshats.

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    stayvigilant 02/08/2014 14:30

    It is obvious from this “review” that you have never actually watched “Off The Grid”. I think for someone with, at best, a 14 member audience, you had better tred lightly on condeming it.

    Jesse, for all his faults, at least stands for something. And I say more power to him!

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