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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Scumbag Ventura Compares Hero Chris Kyle's Service To That Of The Nazis

Former Navy Frogman (he was not a SEAL), and Minn. governor, present day conspiracy theorist, and all-around scumbag Jesse Ventura is continuing his attempt to slander the memory of war hero, Chris Kyle. Saying that if a Nazi soldier killed 100 French or Polish soldiers he would be considered a hero also.

On Tuesday he was interviewed on the radio show of leftist Alan Colmes where he compared wartime service of Chris Kyle to Nazi Germany and the Communists,
Appearing on Fox's "Alan Colmes Radio" show Tuesday night, Ventura kept up his attack, saying Kyle was "obviously a great sniper" but the asked "Do you think the Nazis have heroes?"

Colmes responded "Well, obviously the Nazis were fighting for a cause we can't condone."

Ventura disagreed. "Wait, wait, wait. When they invaded a country, when they invaded Poland, when they invaded France … if a Nazi soldier killed a hundred people that had lived there, would he be classified a hero in Germany?"
Last week Ventura said he wouldn't see "American Sniper" because Chris Kyle was a liar.

Perhaps because of jealousy or a desperate attempt to pull himself out of the former celebrity trash heap he so richly deserved, Ventura launched a defamation suit against the estate of the war hero, over a incident mentioned in Kyle's book. The incident related in the book American Sniper doesn't even mention the self-serving creep but in the end Ventura who doesn't need the cash won the suit and grabbed $1.8 million from the widow of a war hero.

During the interview, "Colmes asked Ventura if he was comparing U.S. actions in Iraq to the Nazi's mission in WWII."
Ventura: Well, what I'm stating is, we invaded Iraq, we were not asked in. We invaded a country, we overthrew its government, and then we killed people that lived there.

Colmes: Are we analogous to the Nazis?
Ventura: Well, and the Communists, yeah
Can anyone really believe that this self-serving scumbag actually served this country?  He should be called back to active duty so he can face a Court Martial.

Listen to the audio below (Source: NY Daily News)


4 comments:

Jeff Dunetz said...

I don't get how people buy that trial verdict either. The trial was in St. Paul (the capital city where he was governor) and they accepted recorded uncrossed testimony from a dead man.


Does anybody really think that Ventura -- who admitted to badmouthing the mission at a bar where he knew a man was being memorialized for serving -- is incapable of saying "they deserved to lose some" is delusional. He can barely keep his Strangelove-arm under control on the air.


Maybe he didn't say it. Maybe. But there's no evidence to suggest he didn't and he's quite capable of it.

Jeff Dunetz said...

"Beyond the threat from Iran directly, as one of the largest supporter of terrorism in the world Iran may very well share a nuclear weapon with Hezbollah, ISIS, its on -again buddy Hamas, or one of the other terrorist groups it supports."


Unlikely. Iran has been an extremely rational actor in terms of geopolitical goals despite being run by a theocracy. They could easily have given those terrorist groups WMD of the chemical, radiological (i.e. "dirty" bomb), or biological variety by now but they haven't. They confined themselves to giving money and small arms.

Jeff Dunetz said...

Every time you think Jesse has stooped as low as he can go, he goes a little deeper.

Jeff Dunetz said...

Every time Ventura speaks, Kyle's story about giving him a five in the eye for trash talking the SEALS seems more and more credible. I initially questioned why Ventura would say what Kyle had alleged since Ventura always seemed to tie himself to the military/SEALs. His entire libel case was based on the damage done his reputation, specifically that he was ostracized by his SEALs "peers" because of Kyle's allegations. I remember him saying something about how devastating it was for him to have his brothers believe he could have said such a thing and to feel unwelcome at SEAL reunions etc. And now this.......??? This should invalidate his entire case because I'm pretty sure that if there wasn't a single SEAL that believed Kyle's claim, he would still be persona non grata.