Jesse Ventura to run for President


1 day ago | PoliticsUS | Posted by Kristin Tate

  • September 29, 2013


Jesse Ventura, the former Governor of Minnesota, is seriously considering running for president in 2016 with Howard Stern as his VP.
Ventura spoke to InfoWar’s Alex Jones about the possibility, making it obvious that he is likely to move forward with a Ventura-Stern ticket.
Jones said, “If this does happen, strap yourselves in. This will be the biggest political shakeup since Ross Perot ran for president in 1992.”
Stern will be asked to join Ventura as his VP on Wednesday, when Ventura appears as a guest on the radio star’s show.
The duo could work perfectly together; Ventura refuses to take money from special interest groups, but Stern’s Sirius XM radio show pulls in around $100 million each year. Naturally, Stern would be a major asset in terms of raising funds.
Stern would also be a media treasure for the campaign, since he could potentially continue his XM show during the presidential run. The FCC has restrictions on candidates broadcasting during campaigns, but these rules do not apply to satellite radio.

David Icke will not be impressed –

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7 Responses to “Jesse Ventura to run for President”

  1. NPP says:

    Comment from David Icke, a regular guest with Alex Jones & InfoWars…

    “Don’t do it chaps – America has suffered enough.
    Ventura and Stern: Never seen a mirror they didn’t worship.
    They are so ignorant of what is happening in the world that they really think that politics will change anything, even if their collossal egos run for office?

    Looking forward to Icke’s next interview with Alex Jones and how The People’s Voice report on Ventura/Stern ticket.

    Ventura speaks out about 9/11 etc… one would think they might be a welcome prospect. Then again, Icke is frequently on the ball and his comments worth a listen.

  2. Tapestry says:

    Why would Icke object to someone else having a look in the mirror? I don’t see that as any reason not to run. You need to have a giant ego to run in the first place. Is he a secret SMOM? I doubt it. Maybe WASP would have a view.

  3. NPP says:

    Forgive me, but I’m not sure what a SMOM is… Sovereign Military Order of Malta?
    Icke had a negative experience with Ventura when interviewed for Ventura’s Conspiracy series:

    If you are espousing unconditional love, slagging off Ventura would seem to be at odds with a loving attitude. Mind you, Icke has been through the mill and back and opened the doors for so many who came after. It’s one thing to be aware of the ‘love vibration’ and another to live it 24/7. I fall foul daily. I guess even Ickey gets pissed and goes into judgemental mode.

    To have Ventura running for President and calling out 9/11 would seem to be a positive step. He has produced some interesting programmes on water etc.

    It’s interesting how some seem to avoid others. James Corbett is an impressive commentator and on 9/11
    he produced Who Was Really Behind the 9/11 Attacks?
    He makes mention of inter-fighting between truth researchers, yet why does he not mention Dr. Judy Wood? Her presentation seems compelling: Evidence of Breakthrough Energy on 9/11:
    If you have a spare 2 and 1/2 hours!!

  4. Tapestry says:

    I’ll take a look, Ned. Maybe the old British/American cultural clash could explain it.

  5. The only people worth following on 9/11 are Dr Judy Wood ( Johnson ( and Richard D Hall (

  6. Anonymous says:

    well the problem with this IS, I do NOT trust howard the jew stern, david icke, or alex jones one iota!!!
    and as for jessie ventura, I have seen him wear illuminotti sybolism on his clothes several times, nothing he has ever shown was new or untold by others befor him I believe he is just a disinfo agent when the time comes. so NO it would be a mistake to vote for any of these jew lap dogs!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Will Jesse be standing for election under his real name or acting name ?

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