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MSNBC paid me millions to 'keep quiet' on Iraq: Jesse Ventura to RT's Lee Camp

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Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura told RT’s Lee Camp that his anti-war views were so unpopular at MSNBC, the network paid him something to the tune of ten million dollars to “keep quiet.”

Now they're smearing Tulsi Gabbard because she wants to end these illegal regime change wars.

Unfortunately, MSNBC isn't the only warmongering propagandists spewing wars and other corruption.

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