JESSE VENTURA WANTS 9/11 REPORT DECLASSIFIED NOW
Jesse Ventura has often been critical of the "official" story the government gives us when it comes to 9/11. This week on his political talk show "Off The Grid" the former governor is calling for Washington to pass House Resolution Bill 14, which would declassify the 28 pages of the 9/11 report that deal with Saudi Arabia's involvement in funding the hijackers. He also talks to former Senator Bob Graham, the former Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, who wrote the 28 redacted pages. Senator Graham asks the American people to call their representatives to tell them to vote for HR 14.
This episode of "Off The Grid" aired on RT America Yesterday.
“Let’s go back in history," says Jesse Ventura. "There wasn’t even going to be an investigation at all. They told us what happened and we were expected to believe it, and most people did. So don’t tell me there’s been anything open about 9/11.”
When it comes to Seymour Hersh's version of what happened in Osama Bin Laden's death, Jesse Ventura isn't sure who to believe.
"On this one, who knows," says Ventura. "Our moral compass is upside down in the United States of America."
ABOUT "OFF THE GRID"
"Off The Grid" with Jesse Ventura launched in January 2014 on Ora.tv and Youtube. As of April 2015, a weekly wrap up of the online episodes is distributed to RT America and airs on cable tv every Friday at 6 pm and 9 pm ET.
"Off The Grid" offers Jesse Ventura's electrifying insight into the nation's most pressing problems as well as the former governor's takes on topics ranging from government hypocrisy, to corporate deception, to current events. It also features Ventura in conversation with the world's leading political and cultural minds as well as fellow conspiracy savants.
The show's tagline is certainly apropos: "No suits, no censors, no red tape. Just Jesse Ventura as we like him: bold, brazen, and bare knuckled."
Recent guests include: Senator Bob Graham, Barney Frank, Donald Trump, Ron Paul, Ralph Nader, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Matt Taibbi (from Rolling Stone Magazine), Larry King, William Shatner, Alex Jones, Morgan Spurlock, radio host Stephanie Miller, and Ben Swann.
Ora.TV is an online digital network that also produces Larry King's Larry King Now and Larry King's Politicking; the site's major investor is América Móvil, the Latin American wireless service provider majority owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.