In another strange twist in the life of Jesse Ventura, ex-seal Chris Kyle has been shot and killed on a shooting range in Texas. Kyle is famous for two things: Killing the most people in Iraq (the #1 sniper) and allegedly (in his book) punching Jesse Ventura. Jesse Ventura is/was involved in a lawsuit claiming Kyle lied about the event to sell books and soil his name. It looked like a case Ventura was going to win, as the bar owner almost nobody other than a friend backed up his claims.
Chris Kyle was boastful to the media as he went on his tour about the number of people he killed (150+).
According to local news reports:
Kyle was shot point-blank while helping another soldier who was recovering from post traumatic stress syndrome, officials said. Officials on Sunday morning identified the second shooting victim as 35-year-old Chad Littlefield, a resident of Midlothian.
The murders happened at a shooting range near the town of Glen Rose, about 53 miles southwest of Fort Worth.
Saturday night the Erath County Sheriff’s Office issued an alert for the arrest of the suspect, identified as Eddie Routh, 25. Officials warned Routh was traveling in a Ford F-150 pickup with large tires and rims. They said he was believed to be highly trained with military experience.
Investigators believe Routh, a former Marine, turned his weapon on Kyle and the second victim before fleeing the scene. They traced him to his home in Lancaster, south of Dallas.
As Mark Dice says on his youtube channel, it is suspicious how we have to tighten security in the United States because the terrorists are out to get us on our own soil, yet the all-time leading killer can bank on the fact he killed more of them than anyone else without concern for his own life. What a sham the overseas adventurism has become.
Infowars is taking the gun control angle, looking at this like it’s another step towards bans, restrictions and/or increased monitoring of gun owners.
The mainstream is taking the sentimental angle, painting Chris Kyle as a war hero who was helping veterans fight PTSD. Kyle, who often wore a skull-and-crossbones baseball cap, was also training former vets and police to help protect the mothership (from all of those terrorists, presumably).
As Jesse Ventura says:
Don’t believe the official story. It’s only meant to protect officials.
The main storyline is the Conspiracy Theory that follows Jesse Ventura. They were tangled up in a lawsuit. Why would the government or someone independently want to have Kyle killed? Why did he lie about punching Jesse Ventura? Why was he the guy chosen to be the #1 sniper?
It is hard to believe he simply became the #1 sniper by pure talent alone and it’s hard to believe he made up a story about punching Jesse Ventura without higher ups in some facet giving the go-ahead at the very least.
The details should start coming in from multiple angles and it would make a perfect episode for Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory on TruTv but we know Time Warner would never allow it.