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Watch Dana Loesch's Inimitable Interview With 'Jesse Ventura

"Please call me the governing body."

A sock puppet imitates former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura on 'Dana' August 1, 2014. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)

Dana Loesch on Friday ripped into former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura for proceeding with his lawsuit against "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle after Kyle's death last year, effectively going after Kyle's widow and children.

"See, Jesse Ventura was worried that a paragraph which didn't name him in Chris Kyle's book was going to taint [his] good standing in the public eye, and detract from his previously highly respectable work," Loesch said with heavy sarcasm.

TheBlaze TV host proceeded to air a montage of interviews curated by The Gateway Pundit's Jim Hoft, where Ventura argued that 9/11 was an inside job and a "false flag" operation.

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Loesch was then informed that "Ventura" had agreed to come on the program, and a sock puppet wearing a tinfoil hat appeared with the caption "Jesse 'the Boxy' Ventura: Allegedly."

The background was a sun with a frowning face, a drawing of Godzilla, and a UFO.

A sock puppet imitates former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura on 'Dana' August 1, 2014. (Photo: TheBlaze TV) A sock puppet imitates former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura on 'Dana' August 1, 2014. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)

"Some people have said that ... continuing this after the death of Chris Kyle, that this was in poor taste," Loesch asked "Ventura." "What say you on that?"

"Please call me the governing body," the puppet responded in a fair imitation of Ventura's voice. "They also probably thought that bin Laden was a real person, and not an actor hired by an evil scientist to portray a terrorist. It's false flag."

"That's the plot of Iron Man..." Loesch pointed out.

"Well I should've played that role," the puppet said, before turning to address Jim Hoft.

"I did want to say this," "Ventura" remarked. "I heard about your health emergency and that you almost died, and I'm kind of glad that you didn't die because you're unmarried. Alright? So get married and then die so I can sue your widow."

At that point Loesch decided it was probably time to say goodbye, and wished "Ventura" good luck.

"I don't need luck! I'm excellent!" he retorted.

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