August 08, 2014

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Justice For Jesse Ventura.

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Former Minnesota Governor and U.S. Navy Underwater Demolition Team member Jesse Ventura clears the air on his lawsuit against Chris Kyle, the late Navy SEAL sniper who defamed Ventura in 2012. Jesse makes his remarks following an especially vindictive media response to the lawsuit to clear his name and save his reputation. If you watch this video and you are still mad at Jesse, consider yourself a mind controlled sheep in the flock of the New World Order. Justice has been served.

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