Chris Kyle was having a wake for a fallen friend (Micheal A. Monsoor) and Jesse Ventura insisted on not only railing against the war, and not only claiming these guys were killing innocent women and children, but going to the next level — saying “we deserve to lose a few guys.”
At a wake. For a guy who’d jumped on a grenade to save his team.
He can’t go any lower, you say? Wrong. He can go down to the floor.
Via Breitbart.tv and @andrewbreitbart
heres a little about the man ventura was insulting, and jesse glass jaw ventura just got a lesson in not speaking ill of the dead.
Michael Anthony Monsoor (April 5, 1981 – September 29, 2006) was a U.S. Navy SEAL killed during the Iraq War and posthumously received the Medal of Honor. Monsoor enlisted in the United States Navy in 2001 and graduated from Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training in 2004. After further training he was assigned to Delta Platoon, SEAL Team Three.
Delta Platoon was sent to Iraq in April 2006 and assigned to train Iraqi Army soldiers in Ramadi. Over the next five months, Monsoor and his platoon frequently engaged in combat with insurgent forces. On September 29, 2006 an insurgent threw a grenade onto a rooftop where Monsoor and several other SEAL and Iraqi soldiers were positioned. Monsoor quickly smothered the grenade with his body, absorbing the resulting explosion and saving his comrades from serious injury or death. Monsoor died 30 minutes later from serious wounds caused by the grenade explosion.