Jesse Ventura FEMA Camps Show Pulled From Air
The former Minnesota governor, Jesse Ventura’s TV show, “Conspiracy Theory,” has been pulled from the air on multiple occasions for “unknown” reasons that appear to reflect pressure from government to prevent public knowledge of the sensitive topics the show covers.
The episode covering FEMA Camps and rising concerns about a “Police State,” was banned from re-airing and promotion by TruTV executives for reasons Gov. Ventura has not yet commented on. The episode was also removed from TruTV’s website, along with bonus clips associated with the topic.
Jesse Ventura has been banned from Huffington Post, and claims he was filming an episode on the assassination of JFK when he was contacted by the U.S. army chief of public affairs, who told Ventura he was denied access to film in Arlington National Cemetery because of the nature of his program.
The “Great Lakes” episode, now known as the “Worldwide Water Conspiracy” should be airing today, Fri, Dec. 3 at 10 PM EST / 9 PM CST. The show barely made the cut, and producers say it was expanded in scope to deal with a number of water-related issues, including uranium, lithium, fluoride and more.
Jesse Ventura viewers can contact TruTV through their website http://www.trutv.com/contact/index.html.