Why Jesse Ventura?

Back in 2016, I realized that only a real grassroot’s campaign with the right candidate could stop the corruption in our government.

I invested time, effort and resources to promote Tulsi Gabbard. But it was clear that I underestimated the power of the media and the lack of name recognition. It is not only enough to have the right candidate, it needs to a be a person who understand the media and has the experience to defeat the establishment.

Governor Jesse Ventura is planning to run as the Green party candidate. Many of you would wonder why now? Is he serious? What are the chances for him to win?

Dario Hunter and Howie Hawkins are aiming to get the green party to get beyond the 5% of the vote to strengthen the Green party and make it a viable national party.

Just like the Democrats coalesced around Joe Biden, if the Green party is serious about winning elections should try to find a way to draft Jesse Ventura to lead their presidential ticket.

Jesse Ventura’s campaign is not driven by ego, it is driven by a small army of volunteers from across the political spectrum. Just like Tulsi’s campaign brought people together, many of us are finding people from other campaigns: Sanders, Tulsi, Andrew Yang, republicans and libertarians coordinating to get Jesse to run.

We are putting aside our differences, and we are trying to convince the green party candidates that if they indeed care for the planet and our country, they should borrow a page from the democrats and rally together with the best candidate they can put forth.

It is obvious the disinformation campaign against Jesse has started. Do your homework, and use this article as resource.

  1. Public Servant: Jesse has served in the Armed forces, as Mayor and as Governor. He has the patriotism and the executive experience to lead our country.
  2. Media experience: Yes, his acting, wrestling and broadcasting career help him navigate the media attacks that will be thrown his way.
  3. Protect the environment: People seem to think that he is a climate change denier, no, he is not. He has always believe that climate change is a threat to our planet, however he wanted to show who would benefit with the proposed solutions. He is against using carbon-credits as a mechanism to combat climate change. It is simple: When you create a market, it is very difficult to remove it. This is why I supported the #OFFAct legislation from Tulsi Gabbard, because it did not include any mechanism in which you can enrich yourself by trading carbon credits. This is also why he is running in the Green Party. He believes climate change is a threat to our world.
  4. Some accuse him for suing the window of an American hero: No, he never affected the widow, he in fact won the defamation lawsuit (showing he was not guilty of what he was being accused) and it didn’t affect the widow of “The American Sniper”. Insurance paid the lawsuit, not the widow.

We need to get our country back.

Only together: Left, right and center, we can win.

Join us! let us save our country TOGETHER!

Learn more about Jesse Ventura’s record
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I believe in the goodness of mankind even when the evidence proves the contrary. Engineer by day, Poet in my dreams, and 100% AMERICAN every waking moment.

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I believe in the goodness of mankind even when the evidence proves the contrary. Engineer by day, Poet in my dreams, and 100% AMERICAN every waking moment.

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