It's time again to answer questions from you, my vigilant fans! Got a question for the Governor? Sound off at Ora.tv/OffTheGrid.
Ken Campbell from Vermont asks: What is your take on Bernie Sanders? You two should team up.
I like Bernie. He’s got a lot of good ideas.
He may be a bit more socialist than I am. I might slide a little more capitalistic than him. But he does look out for the people and the general voters.
I think his decision to run as a Democrat was tactually a good one to make. If he doesn’t get the Democratic nomination, he could still break off and run as an Independent. But now as a Democrat, he’ll be allowed to debate and gather strength.
Peter Nehring from Oregon writes: I'm quite curious if you fully believe the official story of the death of Osama Bin Laden?
I have nothing else to believe because I haven’t heard an alternative story.
I always question my government because they lie to me so often. I don’t know when the government tells me the truth or lies anymore.
I don’t know. They tell us Bin Laden is dead and I guess DNA confirmed it.
The bigger question is why was Bin Laden never indicted and charged with 9/11? Why did that not happen in our legal system?
Colter Bayard from Iowa writes: As a former intern of yours when you served as Governor, I would like to ask, what is your best/favorite memory from your time in that office?
I don’t know if I have a best or favorite moment. But the most enjoyable part of the job is going on trade missions. Because it allows you
I got to sit down and talk face to face with Fidel Castro. How many people in the world could say that?
I also got to go on a trade mission to Beijing, China by Tiananmen Square. Right where the famous confrontation happened.
So I would say that the most enjoyable part of being Governor is going on trade missions.
Dave Collins from Kentucky writes: I wanted to let you know that you have been a big influence in my life when it comes to independent thinking. Thank you Jesse. Stay safe.
Thank you, that’s what I’m trying to do.
In the world of wrestling, you pass the mantle on to the younger generation. In life, hopefully as you get older you pass your knowledge on to the young.
Hopefully, the younger generations will listen or pay attention enough to learn from you.
That's what I enjoy most: the majority of my audience is young. I love being able to pass on my experiences to the young and let them take them for whatever grain of salt they’d like.
@RKPictures asks: Jesse, what are your thoughts on Kevin Garnett returning to the Timberwolves? Will he make a good mentor to Andrew Wiggins?
Sure he will! I think it’s wonderful Kevin is back in Minnesota. He’s our guy.
I hope he ends up the owner of the team. I think it would be wonderful to have Kevin Garnett own the Timberwolves.
Maybe he’ll bring us a title as and owner. He sure tried hard as a player.
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