Some people are surprised to hear that Hillary Clinton does not believe we’re alone in the universe. Others have conspiracy theories that she’s covering up and already knows more than she’s letting on. Still, it’s shocking that according to Hillary Clinton UFOs are not necessarily science fiction.
Regardless of where you stand in your feelings about Hillary, there’s no denying the bravery of the strong charge she’s made about UFOs and aliens recently. Most politicians would’ve feared being laughed off for entertaining the notion of extra terrestrials. But not Hillary. She’s vowed to “get to the bottom” of the UFO debacle once and for all if she’s elected president.
It was in New Hampshire that a journalist brought up the topic of UFOs with the presidential nominee, and she responded that if she’s elected president, she’d like to set up a task force to go into Area 51, a top secret base in Nevada’s desert, where UFO enthusiasts believe alien technology is being back-engineered by the government.
John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign chairman, has already called for the release of all UFO files, insisting that the “American people can handle the truth.”
Last year Bill Clinton told Jimmy Kimmel he wouldn’t be surprised if alien life visited Earth but said he hoped it “wouldn’t be like Independence Day.” He also said he has looked into Area 51 but that “there are no aliens there.”
Hillary, too, says, “I think we may have been (visited already by aliens). We don’t know for sure.”
It was in 1993, when then-President Bill Clinton was urged by by billionaire Laurance Rockefeller to release all UFO files to the public. The Clintons also met with Rockefeller in 1995 to further discuss the so-called “Rockefeller Initiative” which also centers on UFOs. Apparently, both Clintons were heavily involved in this initiative.
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