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Published On: Fri, Jan 16th, 2015

Jesse Ventura on TSA, body searches and being treated like a criminal

In 2011, The former Minnesota governor brought a lawsuit against the TSA that argued body searches at airports violated his right against unreasonable and unwarranted searches.

Jesse Ventura Off the Grid photoToday, Jesse Ventura refuses to fly commercial airlines.

“I go out to the airport and I’m treated like a friggin criminal. So I stopped flying,” said Jesse Ventura on his online-only political show “Off The Grid.”

Now that the government and big media have us sufficiently shaking in our boots about Ebola, new measures are being taken at the airports to beef up screening because apparently it’s not beefy enough already.

Check out the latest “Off The Grid” episode.

Former Minnesota Governor, former pro-wrestler, actor, bestselling-author Jesse Ventura hosts Ora.tv’s “Off The Grid” – an online only political talk show with over 3 million views on YouTube. New episodes are available Tuesday through Friday on www.ora.tv/offthegrid and www.youtube.com/jesseventura

He’s also the host of the new podcast “We the People with Jesse Ventura” – a new episode airs every Thursday on iTunes and PodcastOne. For more information, go to www.ora.tv/wethepeople

Follow Jesse Ventura on Twitter: @GovJVentura

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  1. Susan says:

    The TSA exists to shield the airlines from lawsuits.

    Were airports to privatize security it won’t be any different as long as they are forced to go by TSA guidelines.

    Very much a huge waste of money that has nothing to do with real security.

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