Jesse Ventura Sees Conspiracy In California’s Food
Ventura told Jones that he was skeptical of the legitimacy of the results of California’s vote on labeling genetically modified foods. The proposal, known as prop 37, was rejected, despite a poll taken before election day showing that 2/3 of Californian’s were in favor of the measure.
In response, Ventura railed against electronic voting machines, blaming them for rampant fraud. “I don’t trust the electronic voting machines at all. They can be hacked into just like any computer can. Again, they don’t give a receipt, it’s the equivalent to… I’ve said it many times, it’s like going to an ATM machine that did not offer you a receipt, nobody would do it. You of course whether you take the receipt is up to you. But always an ATM machine will offer you a receipt. Well, these electronic voting machines don’t do that. And until they start to do that, they need to be gotten rid of.”
Ventura even admitted that if Minnesota had electronic voting machines when he ran for Governor that the outcome may have been different.
In other news, Americans are now scrambling to get electronic voting machines in place to prevent more crazies like Mitt Romney from coming that close to being President.
An unauthorized Jesse Ventura Facebook fan page has taken up Ventura’s issue, saying that corporations are secretly trying to poison Americans. “Some of the people at high levels of American government and academia such as John P. Holdren, the current White House Science Czar, have advocated population control via ‘pollution particles’ as far back as 1977 in books such as Ecoscience.” (Holdren probably has better things to do than get involved in this argument.)
Meanwhile, since you’re probably wondering just what the hell is going on here, check out our story on a company that some say they had the most to lose had the California vote been a “yes” — Monsanto.
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