Hillary’s UFO Constituency

Some 80 million Americans are sure that UFOs exist…They’d like to know more about them…Hillary Clinton wants their vote.

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HILLARY CLINTON RECENTLY moved UFO disclosure to DEFCON 3 when she revealed to journalist Daymond Steer that she thinks “we may have been [visited already – Steer’s insertion]. We don’t know for sure.” Perhaps you missed her admission. Mr. Steer works for The Conway Daily Sun in the town of Conway, New Hampshire, population ten thousand. The statement came over the holidays on the second last day of the year.

A couple of larger media outlets outlets echoed The Sun’s big news, some mockingly. CNN’s digital producer Eli Watkins said the former Secretary of State “jokingly pledged to look into UFO’s,” even though Steer had not said her statements were in jest, only that earlier questions about foreign policy and the economy were serious. Thereafter Mr. Steer cleared up CNN’s misstatement himself by having Stephen Bassett, who claims to be the United States’ only UFO lobbyist, vouch for the importance of her statements. “They know that once they go there this issue will explode worldwide and very possibly bring about disclosure.” Steer made major history, said Bassett.

This is big news. Messages left unanswered by UFO literati for this article cannot diminish the enthusiasm. Billy Cox, who writes De Void or the “mainstream media’s lonely UFO blog” for the Sarasota’s Herald-Tribune, concluded “no serious presidential candidate has ever been so conversational about The Great Taboo.” The taboo, we’re told, has seen editors nix fulsome investigation of E.T., journalists explore their subjects with humorous contempt and readers to giggle. Lest we all get taken in with a conspiracy theory.

Clinton did nothing to help seal the legitimacy of E.T. visitation as serious subject of study by promising to get to the bottom of it at “Area 54″ and then correcting herself. She actually said Area 54. What a poker face of a statement.

Area 54? Isn’t that where the “tall whites” maintain their space port?

Clinton is far more of a UFO study than she’s letting on. As president, Bill Clinton got his friend and United States Department of Justice liaison Webster Hubbell to check in on what the government knows about UFOs. Whether or not the former president’s agent was rebuffed, as Clinton always maintained, I’d suggest that Hillary is up on at least the various locations the secrets of secrets have been kept, whether Wright-Patterson, Area 51, somewhere remote and otherwise coffee-free in Utah, or far away from FOIA in the private sector.

Is that a UFO book I see?

In 1995 Hillary Clinton was photographed with Laurance Rockefeller at his Jackson Hole, Wyoming ranch. This was two years after Rockefeller, who fund recipient Steven Greer insists was the good Rockefeller brother, started to throw money at the subject. Just recently Tonio Cousyn was able to determine the book that the first lady was toting was none other than Paul Davies’ Are We Alone : Philosophical Implications Of The Discovery Of Extraterrestrial Life.

Why now? It may be her Trump card. Clinton’s campaign chair John Podesta, who was also an Obama counselor and Bill Clinton’s chief of staff, has been telling everyone he’s going to spill the beans for years now. Around the 2012 election Kelton Research polled Americans about their beliefs in UFOs. According to their data, 80 million Americans “are certain that UFOs exist.” Apparently most wouldn’t even mind an invasion. That’s one big cargo cult with a lot of political clout.

Politicians don’t always keep their promises, or haven’t you heard. There are no guarantees. The lady president could also find herself rebuffed. Maybe the Illuminati will fly away with the recovered saucers and alien technology and build themselves a better world. It won’t be named Elysium; that name is gone.

Just in case I need to adjust my philosophical contingencies, I’m going to add Are We Alone to my bookshelf. DM

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