Summary of JESSE VENTURA JOINS SABBY SABS (Interview clip)

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In the YouTube video "JESSE VENTURA JOINS SABBY SABS (Interview clip)," Jesse Ventura discusses his views on various political issues. He talks about his experience as a professional wrestler and promoter, and how he unsuccessfully attempted to unionize wrestling. He also discusses his views on centrism and the need for compromise in order to win elections in a democracy, and how he thinks a third party candidate could be successful in 2024.

  • 00:00:00 Jesse Ventura discusses his switch to electric cars, his dedication to solar energy, and his disdain for gas prices. He also discusses his experience driving a Tesla.
  • 00:05:00 Jesse Ventura discusses his experience as a professional wrestler, how it differed from today's wrestling, and how he was able to maintain a normal life while performing.
  • 00:10:00 Jesse Ventura discusses how he became a wrestling promoter and how he unsuccessfully attempted to unionize wrestling.
  • 00:15:00 Jesse Ventura attempted to form a union in professional wrestling, but was met with resistance from Vince McMahon. Ventura's attorney advised him that if he attempted to form a union, he would be risking his career. Ventura retired from professional wrestling in 1988, after wrestling 63 consecutive nights.
  • 00:20:00 Jesse Ventura discusses the differences between professional wrestling and other sports, explaining that in his day professional wrestlers had to be skilled at cheating and hiding it from the referee. He goes on to say that today's style of wrestling is what was once known as "lucha libra mexican style," which is where superheroes dominate.
  • 00:25:00 Jesse Ventura, an independent governor and former wrestler, joins Angus and Sabrina to talk about the Forward Party and their plans for 2024. They discuss the importance of an independent party in the United States and Ventura's views on social issues.
  • 00:30:00 Jesse Ventura discusses his views on centrism and the need for compromise in order to win elections in a democracy. He also discusses the recent health care bill and how it will help him regain insurance coverage.
  • 00:35:00 Jesse Ventura discusses his thoughts on centrist politics and his experience campaigning for the Green Party in past elections. He notes that the Greens were fractured and uninterested in winning, which led him to conclude that third parties are not viable options for achieving change in U.S. politics.
  • 00:40:00 Jesse Ventura, a former Minnesota governor, talks about his running mate choice, Howard Stern, and how he thinks a third party candidate could be successful in 2024.
  • 00:45:00 Jesse Ventura discusses the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election and how Jill Stein's campaign may have cost Hillary Clinton the election. He also touches on the 1996 Reform Party Presidential Election, in which he was running against Bob Dole.
  • 00:50:00 Jesse Ventura discusses how he sacrificed part of his life in order to go to college and how the rich kids who got out of the Vietnam War got to go to college while he and other working class Americans had to go to war and then get drafted. He argues that the rich kids should have to pay back their debt, just like the working class Americans who incurred the debt.
  • 00:55:00 Jesse Ventura discusses the negative effects of student loan debt on the current generation. He argues that the government should hold on to student loan debt, rather than selling it to debt collectors. Ventura also discusses his background and his involvement in the Stop the Draft movement.

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Jesse Ventura joins Sabrina Sabs to discuss a wide range of topics, from the importance of debt and legalizing cannabis, to women's rights and his 2020 presidential campaign. Ventura is a strong advocate for grassroots activism and believes that socialist candidates can win if they start at the local level. He also promotes the importance of men being more responsible when it comes to contraception.

  • 01:00:00 Jesse Ventura, former Governor of Minnesota, joins Sabrina Sabs to talk about the importance of debt and how it can enslave someone. He explains that by legalizing cannabis and taxing it similarly to alcohol, the burden of student debt would be solved in the United States.
  • 01:05:00 Jesse Ventura joins Sabrina Sabs to discuss the differences between socialism and capitalism, his experiences as a politician, and his thoughts on current U.S. politics. Ventura emphasizes the importance of grassroots activism and states that he never took money from corporations or special interest groups during his time as governor of Minnesota. He believes that if socialist candidates can win local elections, they can eventually achieve more success in Congress.
  • 01:10:00 Jesse Ventura discusses abortion and how it relates to men being responsible for it. He also plugs his show, "Die First, Then Quit," and promotes the importance of women's rights.
  • 01:15:00 Jesse Ventura joins Sabrina Sabs to discuss the issue of women's rights and the responsibility men have in relation to contraception. Ventura argues that while women can hold their own destiny, men need to help by being more responsible with contraception.
  • 01:20:00 Jesse Ventura joins the Sabrina Sabs campaign to get ballot access in order to run for president in 2020. Ventura talks about the importance of third party candidacies and how he was once polling well against the two main candidates in the Minnesota debates. He lost his job at MSNBC because of his stance on the Iraq War, and states that wars cost people jobs and cause people to lose hope.

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