Hillary Clinton Gives U.F.O Enthusiasts Hope, About To Reveal 'Most Controversial Secret' Of U.S. Government
In a recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel in his late night talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Democrat front runner Hillary Clinton has made public statements about top-secret government documents on extraterrestrial life.
It all started when Jimmy Kimmel, an investigative journalist, laid out concrete plan to Hillary Clinton about unveiling any contents of top-secret government files on extraterrestrial life. "I would like us to go into those files and hopefully make as much of that public as possible," she said. "If there's nothing there, let's tell people there's nothing there. And if there is something there, unless it's a threat to national security, I think we ought to share it with the public," Kimmel said.
According to GQ, there was even a time when Clinton quickly corrected the late night show host's terminology when he said U.F.O.s saying, "You know, there's a new name," Mrs. Clinton said in the March appearance. "It's unexplained aerial phenomenon," she said. "U.A.P. That's the latest nomenclature." Known for her grasp of policy, Hillary has touched some topics in her presidential campaign, from Alzheimer's research and military tensions in the South China Sea. . But it is her unusual knowledge about extraterrestrials that has struck a small but committed cohort of voters.
The New York Times has reported that in March, Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta, who also handled Bill Clinton, was quoted saying, "I've talked to Hillary about that. There are still classified files that could be declassified. I think I've convinced her that we need an effort to kind of go look at that and declassify as much as we can, so that people have their legitimate questions answered. More attention and more discussion about unexplained aerial phenomena can happen without people-who are in public life, who are serious about this-being ridiculed." Podesta also added that "the American people, quite frankly, can handle the truth."
Podesta is referring to an unanswered question that has vexed UFO believers for decades: If extraterrestrials have in fact visited Earth why would the world's governments bother to hide evidence of it? Discovery News has also reported that a typical theorist answer would be the world's government have hidden evidence of existing life outside Earth because the public "is not ready to know" or "can't handle the truth" that somehow, the knowledge that aliens are doing certain things to people is very psychologically or socially shocking for the public. UFO conspiracy theorists claim that if the U.S. government revealed what it knows about aliens the public would panic and society would crumble.
Although there is no reason to think that's true, the fact remains that there are approximately 80 percent of the U.S. populations who already think that extraterrestrials not only have visited Earth but may even be secretly living among us. And if Hilary Clinton is elected as President of the country, and her administration fessed up to having clear evidence that aliens had been in contact with Earthlings, UFO buffs still wouldn't believe a word of it, instead dismissing it as a disinformation campaign designed to hide the real truth.