Thursday, October 14, 2010

Why Did Huffington Post Censor Jesse Ventura's Article on an Event ?

On September 25, 2010, Jesse Ventura, former Navy Seal and detonation specialist discussed his book, American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies that the Government Tells Us at Baltimore's BookFest. During the session, he claimed the Huffington Post censored his 9/11 article because they "don't do conspiracy theories".

However, Ventura claims his article reported on an "event in San Francisco where 1,000-2,000 architects and engineers signed a petition for a new investigation into 9/11, because these architects and engineers said, unequivocally, the building could not come down the way they told us."

That was not a conspiracy theory...it was an actual event that took place.

2 comments:

Anonymous,  15:18  

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Anonymous,  21:41  

Wow! I can't believe Huff Post censored his article when he wasn't proposing his ideas on what happened on 9/11...just reporting on an event.

I guess they don't want to take the chance on being associated with the Truthers in any way.

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