The Democratic front-runner has apparently been persuaded to agree to tell the world what the US Government knows about UFOs if she gets to the White House.
Hillary Clinton is fast becoming the Democratic Party’s front-runner for the US presidential election, but is seems her destiny may have been written in the stars.
Campaign chairman John Podesta says he has “convinced” her to tell the world about the UFO/ET phenomenon.
The long-term advocate of ending excessive secrecy seems to have struck a chord with his boss who has pledged to “get to the bottom of it” and “have a task force go to Area 51” – the military base where America test flies its top secret aircraft.
Podesta, who has been an advisor to US presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama since 1993, says the former First Lady has listened to his pleas for all government-held UFO files to be made readily available to the public.
During an interview with Steve Sebelius, co-host of KLAS-TV Politics Now, based in Las Vegas, he said: “I’ve talked to Hillary about that.
“I think I’ve convinced her that we need an effort to declassify as much as we can so people can have their legitimate questions answered.
“More attention and discussion about unexplained aerial phenomena can happen without people, who are in public life who are serious about this, being ridiculed.”
It is not the first time the former White House Chief of Staff has called for the US government to come clean on what it knows about aliens.
Last year he tweeted his biggest disappointment after leaving his job as President Obama’s advisor was “once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files.”
In 2010 he wrote the foreword to journalist Leslie Kean’s seminal work UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go on the Record, with the earth-shattering statement: “It’s time to find out what the truth really is that’s out there.
“The American people – and people around the world – want to know, and they can handle the truth.”
And he has also called for the release of government-held UFO files in 2002 and 2003 at the National Press Club in Washington DC.
While her main political rivals have avoided the subject, such as Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, Clinton’s chief spin doctor has actively encouraged journalists to ask her questions on the ET issue.
Following an interview with Clinton by Girls actress Lena Dunham, Podesta tweeted his approval saying: “Great interview, #LenaDunham. But Lena, ask her about aliens next time!”
— John Podesta (@johnpodesta) September 29, 2015
Clinton, who looks set to take on Republican favourite Trump in the November election, admitted to journalist Daymond Steer, of the Conway Daily Sun in December 2015, that she would “get to the bottom” of UFO/ET issue.
She said she would “have, like, a task force go to Area 51” – the first time a presidential candidate has used the UFO/ET issue as a vote winner.
While her husband Bill was president, between 1993 and 1996, he was approached by billionaire Laurance Rockefeller to release UFO files to the public as part of the ‘Rockefeller Initiative’.
Hillary was even photographed at the philanthropist’s ranch clutching a copy of a book entitled Are We Alone?: Philosophical Implications of the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life by respected American physicist Paul Davies in 1995.
Lobbyist Stephen Bassett, executive director of Paradigm Research Group, who is calling for a Congressional hearing on the UFO/ET issue, said: “When you combine Podesta’s statements to Sebelius with his Lena Dunham tweet, his ‘biggest regret’ tweet and Secretary Clinton’s statements to the Conway Daily Sun, it would appear Podesta is crying out to the television and cable networks: ‘Can you hear me now?’
“Perhaps the network journalists moderating the campaign debates and town halls will finally ask Secretary Clinton about the Rockefeller Initiative.”
Watch – Bill Clinton talks Roswell, aliens and Area 51 on Jimmy Kimmel Live:
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