Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 4 featured America’s police state via the use of fusion centers and alleged concentration camps Friday night on truTV. This hard-hitting program showed video footage of thousands of very creepy coffins stacked up on pallets that are allegedly being readied for the American people. Season 2, Episode 4 of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura also alleges that anyone out of the mainstream is a prime target to be watched (and worse) by the government. Whether you believe these dark schemes are going on or not, it’s important to draw your own conclusions after viewing.
Fusion Centers are the Target on Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 4
The former governor first interviewed a young woman named Catherine Bleish, who claims she’s a target of the government, labeled a subversive because she supported Ron Paul. She researched “Fusion Centers” after being targeted. They are supposed to prevent terrorism using federal, state, and local cooperation, but she got tossed out by Highway Patrol when she tried to get records from the Governor of Missouri’s office, and was threatened with a K-9 dog, as she stated on Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 4.
There’s 72-plus fusion centers around America, and the investigative team said there’s no oversight of these places. Ventura then interviewed Mike German, a former FBI Terrorism Specialist. German said the fusion centers are going after people who express “extreme views”, and it’s open to much abuse of power because of there’s no oversight in their targeting those who commit “suspicious” activity, like taking pictures, drawing diagrams, and expressing extreme views. German says this is intimidating many people from being politically active. Ventura thinks that martial law is coming to America.
Investigator June was in Austin, Texas, meeting some Operation De-Fuse people, including leader John Bush. He and his group want to educate people about the alleged dangers of fusion centers, saying that anyone who challenges the status quo can be harassed and arrested. Bush showed video of an Arizona fusion center where he was told his name would be run through the fusion center databases for organizing a protest.
On German’s lead during Season 2, Episode 4 of the truTV show, the Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura host heads to a large fusion center in Colorado. Lance Clem, a Homeland Security Spokesman, tried to give the spin on what fusion centers do – basically gather information and “trends”, but not people per say. Clem said that Ventura is “hopefully not” on their watch list, even though Clem was shown (then confirmed) documents that groups, like those who are anti-Israel, are on lists.
Are Concentration Camps Already in America, as Alleged on Season 2, Episode 4 of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura?
In Texas, outside a prison, Ventura was told by Alex Jones, a conspiracy expert, that what looks like a prison with extra open space is being used for potentially putting people away after some calamity hits. Fusion centers, according to him, are command centers for rounding people up for concentration camps!
Later, the former governor showed viewers a “residential center” where railroad tracks lead to, like concentration camps. Jones alleges families will be rounded up for these places on Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 4. A spokeswoman told Ventura and Jones that it looks like a prison “to protect the privacy of the residents” and would forward their concerns to ICE.
Stuart, a constitutional expert, told June that Presidents since Lincoln have been taking away people’s rights whenever they want to. He went over executive orders where Lincoln suspended habeas corpus and FDR rounded up the Japanese Americans during WW2. The 2010 establishment of the “Council of Governors” has the country split into ten sectors for quarantine in a “national emergency”, and the military can be used to round up people.
William Lewis via webcam said that there’s hundreds of camps established, many of which will be converted military bases which have fences to keep people in. He led investigator Daniel to a camp outside Los Angeles, where barbed wire and security is present. Daniel went to another camp on Terminal Island, with barbed wire facing in, and the authorities showed up to run him off.
Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura Exposes Thousands of Creepy Coffins on the Season 2, Episode 4 Airing
In Madison, Georgia, at a place with train tracks and near an airport, Ventura and Jones went to the most eerie location…full of thousands of “plastic grave liners” (coffins) stacked on top of each other, supposedly being stored for “people’s pre-needs.” This, according to the makers of these products, who used to be a R&D arm of Hercules, Inc., a defense contractor who has ties to Haliburton, as stated by the Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura host on the Season 2, Episode 4 airing.
FEMA, according to Ventura, is running these camps, and is ready to round up people. Because Madison, Georgia is near Atlanta’s Centers for Disease Control, Jones alleges that the government is setting up mass pandemics, which will trigger the use of the concentration camps. The former governor stated that the coffins were rounded up soon after they filmed them on Season 2, Episode 4 of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura.
The show ends in Washington, D.C., where the former governor confronts the co-sponsors of HR 645, which allows the camps to be run by the Secretary of Homeland Security. Congressman Jim Gerlach of Pennsylvania seemingly stepped out of the office on two occasions after finding out that the topic of conversation was these alleged FEMA camps – after initially agreeing to talk to Ventura. Gerlach’s Chief of Staff later admitted on Season 2, Episode 4 of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura that the congressman maybe shouldn’t have co-sponsored such a bill after all, based on further research.
Rep. Steve Cohen of Tennessee talked about them, but the Congressman denied their existence altogether and claimed he didn’t know what his own bill said until he “recalled” that these camps are being set up for a natural disaster like Katrina, where people can come and go as they please. The children Ventura filmed in the camp are, according to Cohen, “probably very happy” and probably the camp’s manager’s kids.
Jesse Ventura keeps uncovering alleged schemes going on in this country. If all this is as true as alleged on these shows, is it too late to do anything about it? Have we as a people gone over the cliff, and now must soon suffer the consequences of hitting the stone cold ground?
“Police State”, Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, November 12, 2010, truTV