Former SEAL Chris Kyle interviewed with Bill O’Reilly and tells of attending a wake for deceased Medal of Honor recipient Michael Monsoor. Minnesota governor and pro wrestler, Jesse “The Body” Ventura showed up and made it clear he did not approve of the US Military. Kyle approached him and asked him to tone it down because the family was present. When he told Kyle the SEALS “were murderers” and “deserved to lose a few guys,” Kyle decked him, and literally sent Ventura to the ground. See the first video below.
UPDATE 1-13-12 @ 8:40pm CDT: According to Bill O’Reilly tonight, two SEALs have come forward to corroborate Chris Kyle’s story or portions of it. At this time I don’t yet see the story in print. Read the details I gleaned from O’Reilly here.
The photo above is from a similar interview with Opie and Anthony. If you prefer edgier language watch the video there. The O’Reilly video gets into Kyle’s military career and four tours of duty in a war zone, which the Opie and Anthony video does not.
Isn’t the Ventura story the perfect image of Liberals? So unquestionably despicable.
You will remember Michael Monsoor. He is the soldier who tossed himself on top of a grenade to save the lives of two of his SEAL team members. The second video below tells that story. I hope you have time to watch it.
Chris Kyle is credited with 255 kills, 150 certified (witnessed). He has co-authored a new book, American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History. It is available for Kindle.
Michael Monsoor Memorial (video)