The United States presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton has promised to get the bottom of unidentified flying objects if she wins. Interestingly, she believes extraterrestrials may already have visited humanity.
While campaigning in New Hampshire, a journalist questioned her about UFOs and she replied that she’s going to dig to the bottom of it. If elected, Clinton will be the first female president in the U.S.
Clinton said that she would send a task force to Area 51, a top secret military facility where UFO conspiracy theorists believe out of this world technology is back-engineered.
Clinton’s campaign chairperson John Podesta has previously advocated strongly for the release of all UFO files as the people can already handle the truth.
In 2014, he tweeted about his biggest regret of the year. He said that his greatest failure of that said year was once again not securing the disclosure of the UFO files.
Podesta was also the chief of staff of Hillary’s husband Bill when he was in the White House and a top advisor to U.S. President Barack Obama.
Hillary said: “He has made me pledge we’re going to get that information out, one way or another. Maybe we could form a task force to go to Area 51.”
When Bill Clinton guested on Jimmy Kimmel Show, he said that he would not be surprised if aliens visited Earth, but added he hoped it would not be like Independence Day movie.
Bill also said that he had looked into Area 51, but no aliens were there. When asked about Bill’s comment, Hillary said: “I think we may have been (visited already). We don’t know for sure.”
When Bill Clinton was president, billionaire Laurance Rockefeller approached him in 1993 to release all UFO files to the public.
The Clintons even set a meeting at Laurance’s ranch in Wyoming in August 1995 as part of the so-called Rockefeller Initiative.
Retired Detective Constable Gary Heseltine said that he was very aware of the Rockefeller Initiative, and both Hillary and Bill were heavily involved in it.
Heseltine added that it was inevitable Hillary would be asked questions about her links to Rockefeller Initiative and he was pleased that she has responded to them. Heseltine further explained that Hillary can’t run away from those links, and she has to embrace it to remain credible.