Will “get to the bottom” of UFOs
You may love her or hate her, but if you’re interested in UFOs, you probably want Hillary Clinton to be elected president in 2016.
While on a campaign stop in Conway, New Hampshire, Clinton told a reporter that she definitely intends to investigate UFOs and alien visitation as president. “I’m going to get to the bottom of it,” said Clinton, according to the Conway Sun. The newspaper reported that she answered “with enthusiasm”.
Hillary whisked away by a UFO
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“I think we may have been [visited by aliens],” she told the reporter. “We don’t know for sure.” Evidently, she intends to find out.
Hillary told the Conway Sun that she was also interested in further investigation into Area 51.
Bill has investigated
Husband and former president Bill Clinton has previously weighed in on the subject of UFOs and aliens. “First I had people go looking for records on Area 51,” he said on Jimmy Kimmel Live. “[I also] had all the Roswell papers reviewed.”
If Bill discovered anything significant in his records search, he isn’t admitting it publicly—but he did drop a hint. “If we were visited someday,” he told Kimmel, “I wouldn’t be surprised … think about how all the differences among people on Earth would seem small if we felt threatened by a space invader.”
Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta: UFOs are real
Clinton noted that her campaign manager, John Podesta, is outspoken about his conviction about extraterrestrial visits to Earth. One of Podesta’s last messages as an outgoing senior advisor to president Barack Obama was this tweet: “Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the disclosure of the UFO files.” Podesta, a UFO enthusiast, insisted that the tweet was serious.
It seems quite likely that Hillary has been influenced by Podesta’s stance on the subject. “He (Podesta) has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out,” Clinton told the Conway Sun. “One way or another. Maybe we could have, like, a task force to go to Area 51.”