With the recent wave of Hillary Clinton emails released on Wikileaks.org, ufologists finally have something to investigate. John Podesta is the chairman of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and before that, he advised President Obama. In a recent email leaked, its' reveled that former NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell, the 6th man to walk on the moon and also a known alien and UFO disclosure activist, has been in communications with Podesta, which isn't too surprising - Podesta famously has gone on record about him and Hillary Clinton's pursuit for UFO and alien truth and disclosure.
The email contents detail the Vatican being aware of "ETI" (extra-terrestrial intelligence I would imagine) in a "contiguous" (so, bordering) universe, which does not condone any kind of violence and so would look down upon a World War. Mitchell also discusses the space war between Russia, China and the US, and pushes for a meeting to discuss "Zero Point Energy" and work together to evangelize President Obama about it. Zero Point Energy is a concept that originated from Albert Einsten, and for which he is a consultant for....
"Because the War in Space race is heating up, I felt you should be aware of several factors as you and I schedule our Skype talk. Remember, our nonviolent ETI from the contiguous universe are helping us bring zero point energy to Earth. They will not tolerate any forms of military violence on Earth or in space."
UFOSightingsDaily.com picked up a few interesting quotes from a recent May 11th White House press briefing. When a journalist asked Press Secretary Josh Ernest about Hillary Clinton's recent statements about wanting to "get the truth out" about UFOs to the American public, he laughed and joked about how he had no information to share, except that President Obama had frequently joked about the phenomenon before on national television.
[Source: UFOSightingsdaily] President Obama’s press secretary Josh Earnest stated: “I have to admit, I don’t have a tab for Area 51 in my briefing book today,” After a joke from the press corp. Earnest proposed a “grand conspiracy” to keep him from answering the question thoroughly. “I’m not aware of any plans the President has to make public any information about this,” Earnest said.
This is not the first time the White House has laughed off UFOs, but up until recently, politicians had been taking the topic slightly more seriously. UFOSightingsDaily.com suggests that this briefing ends "hope that UFO disclosure will come from the White House in 2016." While that could be the case, 2017 is another story. After all, Hillary Clinton is a UFO Disclosure advocate.
The head of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, and former advisor to President Obama, John Podesta, is once again making public comments about UFOs. Several days after HillaryClinton went on the Jimmy Kimmel show and talked about how - if elected - she'd share Area 51 and other classified UFO files with the public, Podesta defended Clinton's statements and hinted at his belief that there are aliens visiting the planet:
Podesta, a former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, said the 42nd president once "asked for some information about some of these things, and in particular, some information about what was going on at Area 51."
Over the past year and a half, there has been a growing chorus of UFO "believers" who want Disclosure. Everyone from former Blink 182 guitarist Tom Delonge to the CIA is trying to capitalize on the topic and the community.
And, yes, even the Clinton camp. John Podesta has now gone on record several times about #Disclosure, Hillary has spoken openly about the topic during her campaign two times now (following in the footsteps of her husband), and even Obama discussed UFOs on the Ellen show recently.
What do you think of John Podesta's comments, or the Disclosure movement in general? Share your opinions in the comments or on the Facebook page.
While you're here, check out Hillary Clinton talking Area 51 with Jimmy Kimmel (fast forward to 2:55 mark):
Just a few days after NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers went on record about a UFO he saw in 2005, the US's potential next president, Hillary Clinton, discussed UFOs on the late night show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, in an episode that aired Thursday evening.
While Clinton covered many "edgy" topics (marijuana, Snoop Dog), her conversation with Kimmel about UFOs and Area 51 was the most fascinating. She even talked about how there is a new term for UFO that is taking off - UAP, or unidentified areal phenomenon. She acknowledged that while her husband, former president Bill Clinton, had also looked into the matter and come up with nothing, she will look into it again, and stated "Unless [the information's] a threat to national security, we ought to share it with the public."
Fast forward to 2:55:
“I would like us to go into those files and hopefully make as much of that public as possible,” she told Jimmy Kimmel Thursday night on his late night ABC talk show. “If there’s nothing there, let’s tell people there’s nothing there.”
Hillary Clinton elaborated to say that she believes the American public should know what's going on, even if it's "nothing." For those who believe #UFO #Disclosure is inevitable, it is looking like Hillary Clinton could very well be the world leader who lays claim to it. But the fact remains - no matter how genuinely interested a president is in UFOs, they may not have the power to share with the American people. After all, as Hillary even admits, she would not be the first president to ask about Area 51 and the like. And neither was Bill. Ronald Reagan, John F Kennedy, Theodore Roosevelt, and other presidents have all taken the phenomenon seriously.
Jimmy Kimmel is a lucky host - he has gotten Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and now Hillary Clinton to discuss the topic of aliens in front of a national network TV audience!:
This is, surprisingly, not the first time Hillary Clinton has talked UFOs during her campaign. In fact, her campaign head, who is also Obama's former advisor, John Podesta, is an open UFO Disclosure activist and Hillary has made a personal pledge to him to "get the information out about UFOs."
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Hillary Clinton has officially tossed in UFOs as a talking point in her campaign.
First Hillary Clinton's campaign lead John Podesta, former adviser to President Obama, tweeted about UFO Disclosure (twice). And now Hillary Clinton's talking about it! And while running for president!
Many news outlets, including CNN, reported on a story from New Hampshire's the Conway Daily Sun, where Hillary Clinton went on at length with a local reporter about her and her husband's interest in UFOs, how she thinks we may have been visited already, and how she has made a personal pledge to "get the information out":
During the meeting, the former first lady, former senator from New York and secretary of state answered serious questions about foreign policy and the economy, and at the end, she chatted with this reporter, who had asked her about UFOs in 2007 while working for the Cabinet Press in Milford, NH. She recalled that 2007 exchange with a smile and seemed to have fun discussing the topic.
CNN interestingly enough reported that Hillary Clinton was joking with her comments, but the source article does not give such an impression.
Who will be next to come out about Disclosure? Who will be the next to join the chorus of government officials, astronauts, scientists, and presidents who have been trying to "get the information out"?
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