Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said that if she is elected, she will ‘get to the bottom’ of questions over what the government knows about UFOs and aliens.
She made the promise when speaking with Daymond Steer of The Conway Daily Sun in New Hampshire. She had previously interviewed with the same reporter in 2007.
When asked if she would support UFO disclosure group efforts, enthusiastically said ‘yes’.
In 2007, Clinton said the most common freedom-of-information requests her husband Bill Clinton received at his library were about UFOs.
Hillary Clinton reportedly told The Conway Daily Sun that she would ‘get to the bottom’ of questions over what the government knows about UFOs and aliens
She also said she would look into sending a tast force Area 51 (pictured), an Air Force facility rumored to house aliens
‘Yes, I’m going to get to the bottom of it,’ Hillary Clinton enthusiastically told The Sun reporter last week.
In 2014, Bill Clinton told late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel that he wouldn’t be surprised if aliens visited Earth, and last week
‘No, I am trying to tell you I don’t know, but if we were visited some day I wouldn’t be surprised, I just hope it’s not like Independence Day,’ he said, referring to the 1996 film in which aliens attack the Earth.
Hillary Clinton appeared to agree with her husband’s comments when she spoke about aliens on last week.
‘I think we may have been (visited already). We don’t know for sure,’ she said.
She added that she would like to look into Area 51, which she first called Area 54 but quickly corrected herself.
The Air Force facility based in Nevada has long been rumored to house aliens.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta is fan of UFO lore, the presidential candidate told the Sun. She said he watches an FX sci-fi show.
Hillary Clinton’s husband, Bill Clinton, said in 2014 to late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel that he wouldn’t be surprised if aliens visited Earth
Clinton told Kimmel that he hoped there wouldn’t be a conflict, like in the movie Independence Day (pictured), if aliens did come to the Earth
‘He has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out,’ Hillary Clinton said. ‘One way or another. Maybe we could have, like, a task force to go to Area 51.’
Podesta released a statement in 2014 in which he said his biggest regret during his time as a top adviser for President Barack Obama was not securing the release of classified UFO Files.
‘Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files. #the truthisstilloutthere,’ he said.
Podesta was also the chief of staff to former President Bill Clinton.
In 1993, billionaire Laurance Rockefeller asked then-President Bill Clinton to release UFO files. The president then reportedly met Rockefeller at his Wyoming estate in 1996 to discuss the ‘Rockefeller Initiative’, which would have securely released previously classified UFO files.
UFO researcher and retired police officer Gary Heseltine told The Mirror that Hillary Clinton ‘cannot run away’ from links to the Rockefeller Initiative.
‘I am well aware of the Rockefeller initiative and that both the Clintons were heavily involved in it,’ he told The Mirror. ‘It was inevitable that Hillary Clinton would be asked questions about her links to it and I am pleased that she has responded to them.
‘She cannot run away from those links so she really has to embrace it in order to remain credible. It will be interesting to see how much of a political issue it will become in her presidential campaign.’
WHAT IS AREA 51? MYSTERIOUS AIR FORCE BASE WE KNOW LITTLE ABOUT
Area 51 is an Air Force facility about 100 miles north of Las Vegas with tight security and high surveillance. There is little traffic in and out and very few people work at the facility.
It is typically is associated with governmental secrecy, particularly in terms of UFOs and extra terrestrials.
Conspiracy theorists often claim that a downed alien spacecraft is being held and studied in the facility, based more on the fact that the government has only recently acknowledged that the base exists and kept the goings on inside its walls a secret than actual, documented facts.
Of the many UFO theories, conspiracy buffs also believe the site was used to – among other things – hold meetings with extraterrestrial life forms, design exotic energy weapons, develop means for weather control, develop time travel and host meetings of the shadowy Majestic 12 one world government organization.
One particular conspiracy was when Roswell, New Mexico sprang to international fame on July 8, 1947, when the local newspaper reported the capture of a ‘flying saucer’ by government officials in the town.
Over the decades since the discovery, conspiracy theorists have insisted that the debris came from an alien spacecraft, and that the fact was covered up by the military in their secret hangar, Area 51.
The continuing belief of alien activity in the area led the Air Force to launch an investigation into the crash in 1995.
Officials concluded that the ‘UFO’ was part of a balloon launched into the atmosphere as part of a secret government surveillance programme aimed at the USSR.
However, many have refused to accept that explanation, alleging a conspiracy to hide the existence of extra-terrestrial life.
The United States government only acknowledged the existence of the off-limits military base for the first time in 2013.
Area 51 is located in Nevada about 100 miles north of Las Vegas. Pictured above is a file photo of Central Nevada’s Pahranagat Range, looking west-southwest toward Area 51