Jesse Ventura Running For President In 2016? | ManlyMovie

Jesse Ventura Running For President In 2016?

Captain Freedom to the wardrobe!  Jesse Ventura has some big news, he could run for President in 2016. One of the cool things about Manly Man Jesse Ventura is that he’s almost a real-life version of one of Steven Seagal’s alter egos and fantasies.  He’s a real Navy SEAL.  I mean, when a guy comes out with a quote like: “Until you have hunted men, you haven’t hunted yet”, you know you have a confirmed Manly Man!

Not an outrageous thing for him to run, he is a former Governor.  He’s been talking to about the possibility of it and his new show, where he’ll discuss the issue more. Ventura would sure shake things up, that’s for sure.

Here’s part of their interview and you can read the full thing here:

Mike Gencarelli: Tell us what we can expect from your online TV series “Off the Grid”?
Jesse Ventura: Tune in to find out! Every episode will feature news you won’t hear anywhere else. Mainstream media is too focused on entertainment. We hear more about when an actress trips in a dress during an award show than the fact that the majority of Congress only works three days a week. The main focus of my show is the hypocrisy of America’s political leaders – nothing and no one is off limits. I am “Off the Grid” in the sense that I don’t have anyone telling me what to report or how to report. All I am interested in reporting is the truth.

MG: What do you think the benefits are of working in internet TV?
JV: My show is being produced at undisclosed locations in Mexico, so I can avoid any threats of government censorship. That’s the true benefit of internet TV. I give the people the news they want to hear and I don’t have to worry about corporations or big brother getting in the way and censoring me.

MG: Can you talk to us about the rumors of you running for President in 2016?
JV: I’ll be addressing those rumors on my show, but again, running for president as an independent comes down to two things: ballot access in all 50 states and participation in the debates. Like I say, if I can debate ‘em, I can beat ‘em.