Remember when the Iranian press spread rumors that there was an ET-led shadow government behind Obama & mainstream news outlets reported on it?
Well, here's another doozy - adviser to President Obama John Podesta recently ended his term, passing the torch to Brian Deese. But he did not go quietly. In a Twitter Q&A session, Podesta confessed that his biggest regret was "not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files."
Presidential interest in UFOs is nothing new - but it seems like the UFO conspiracy is becoming a self-evident fact versus a conspiracy.
Podesta is clearly an activist, but nobody in that position is allowed to go mouthing off about something like this... unless the administration is okay with it. Consider the strange tweet that the CIA posted a while back, where the organization took credit for the UFO sightings of the 50s:
This tweet should not happen without the administration's approval. So, what's up? Truly, what's up in our skies?
Could disclosure be happening right in front of our own eyes? Who will ultimately be responsible for it? China? Russia? The US... and if it's the US, which party? The democrats? The republicans? Forget racing to Mars... the race may now be to #Disclosure. But can we trust disclosure if it happens? Can we trust the story that will be told to us?
PS, if you want to hear more about the Podesta tweet and his possible motivations for it, check out this great Coast to Coast AM episode.
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