Hillary Clinton vows to investigate UFOs

Speaking in New Hampshire with Daymond Steer of the The Conway Daily Sun, Hillary Clinton vowed to “get to the bottom” of UFOs.  Steer had interviewed Clinton back in 2007, when Clinton said requests for information about UFOs were the most common request received at Bill Clinton’s presidential library.  This week, when Steer asked if she would support full disclosure about UFOs, HRC said that she would.

During her speech in N.H. when addressing the question of aliens, HRC said, “I think we may have been [visited already]. We don’t know for sure.”  She also said she would investigate Area 51 (which she corrected after calling it Area 54).

Back in 2014, Bill Clinton spoke at length about UFOs, aliens, and Area 51 during an interview with Jimmy Kimmel (here).  Also of note, Bill Clinton’s former chief of staff and HRC’s campaign manager, John Podesta, is quite interested in UFOs.  The Daily Mail reports:

“He [Podesta] has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out,” Hillary Clinton said. “One way or another. Maybe we could have, like, a task force to go to Area 51.”

Podesta released a statement in 2014 in which he said his biggest regret during his time as a top adviser for President Barack Obama was not securing the release of classified UFO Files.

“Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files. #the truthisstilloutthere,” he said.

Can you imagine being an adviser to the president of the United States and perceiving your biggest failure to be not securing the release of UFO files?

In 1993, billionaire Laurance Rockefeller asked then-President Bill Clinton to release UFO files. The president then reportedly met Rockefeller at his Wyoming estate in 1996 to discuss the “Rockefeller Initiative”, which would have securely released previously classified UFO files.

UFO researcher and retired police officer Gary Heseltine told The Mirror that Hillary Clinton “cannot run away” from links to the Rockefeller Initiative.

“I am well aware of the Rockefeller initiative and that both the Clintons were heavily involved in it,” he told The Mirror. “It was inevitable that Hillary Clinton would be asked questions about her links to it and I am pleased that she has responded to them.”

“She cannot run away from those links so she really has to embrace it in order to remain credible. It will be interesting to see how much of a political issue it will become in her presidential campaign.”

Bring it on!  Countdown to Trump pouncing on it.  And sit back and enjoy how the left spins the story, such as The HuffPo, where the opening paragraph of their coverage was this:

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is hoping to make history, not just as the first woman president, but as the political leader who is going to “get to the bottom” of the mystery behind UFOs.

Actually, HuffPo is characteristically wrong.  Hillary is not the first Democratic presidential candidate to make such a vow.  Via Politico:

During the 1976 presidential campaign, Carter pledged that, if elected, he would encourage the government to make public “every piece of information” about UFOs. Once in office, however, he said releasing some of this information could have adverse “defense implications” and pose a threat to national security.

Pairing Hillary and Jimmy Carter is not a recipe for success.  It can only remind voters of the foreign policy debacles they have in common.

Is this a sign of desperation?  Trump may have trumped her war on women theme with his gut punch on her enabling a sexual predator.

Or maybe a distraction?  I can see it now: HRC and her minions staring through their telescopes at the night sky while colonizers from Islamic lands flood across America, and our southern border continues to be trampled by more acts of love than we can count.

Speaking in New Hampshire with Daymond Steer of the The Conway Daily Sun, Hillary Clinton vowed to “get to the bottom” of UFOs.  Steer had interviewed Clinton back in 2007, when Clinton said requests for information about UFOs were the most common request received at Bill Clinton’s presidential library.  This week, when Steer asked if she would support full disclosure about UFOs, HRC said that she would.

During her speech in N.H. when addressing the question of aliens, HRC said, “I think we may have been [visited already]. We don’t know for sure.”  She also said she would investigate Area 51 (which she corrected after calling it Area 54).

Back in 2014, Bill Clinton spoke at length about UFOs, aliens, and Area 51 during an interview with Jimmy Kimmel (here).  Also of note, Bill Clinton’s former chief of staff and HRC’s campaign manager, John Podesta, is quite interested in UFOs.  The Daily Mail reports:

“He [Podesta] has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out,” Hillary Clinton said. “One way or another. Maybe we could have, like, a task force to go to Area 51.”

Podesta released a statement in 2014 in which he said his biggest regret during his time as a top adviser for President Barack Obama was not securing the release of classified UFO Files.

“Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files. #the truthisstilloutthere,” he said.

Can you imagine being an adviser to the president of the United States and perceiving your biggest failure to be not securing the release of UFO files?

In 1993, billionaire Laurance Rockefeller asked then-President Bill Clinton to release UFO files. The president then reportedly met Rockefeller at his Wyoming estate in 1996 to discuss the “Rockefeller Initiative”, which would have securely released previously classified UFO files.

UFO researcher and retired police officer Gary Heseltine told The Mirror that Hillary Clinton “cannot run away” from links to the Rockefeller Initiative.

“I am well aware of the Rockefeller initiative and that both the Clintons were heavily involved in it,” he told The Mirror. “It was inevitable that Hillary Clinton would be asked questions about her links to it and I am pleased that she has responded to them.”

“She cannot run away from those links so she really has to embrace it in order to remain credible. It will be interesting to see how much of a political issue it will become in her presidential campaign.”

Bring it on!  Countdown to Trump pouncing on it.  And sit back and enjoy how the left spins the story, such as The HuffPo, where the opening paragraph of their coverage was this:

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is hoping to make history, not just as the first woman president, but as the political leader who is going to “get to the bottom” of the mystery behind UFOs.

Actually, HuffPo is characteristically wrong.  Hillary is not the first Democratic presidential candidate to make such a vow.  Via Politico:

During the 1976 presidential campaign, Carter pledged that, if elected, he would encourage the government to make public “every piece of information” about UFOs. Once in office, however, he said releasing some of this information could have adverse “defense implications” and pose a threat to national security.

Pairing Hillary and Jimmy Carter is not a recipe for success.  It can only remind voters of the foreign policy debacles they have in common.

Is this a sign of desperation?  Trump may have trumped her war on women theme with his gut punch on her enabling a sexual predator.

Or maybe a distraction?  I can see it now: HRC and her minions staring through their telescopes at the night sky while colonizers from Islamic lands flood across America, and our southern border continues to be trampled by more acts of love than we can count.