As tempting as Hillary’s new offer may be, most Americans would probably rather know the truth about her emails, Benghazi, the content or her Wall Street speeches and other unsolved mysteries.
GQ Magazine reports:
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If Elected President, Hillary Says She’ll Reveal the Truth About UFOs
It started, as so many things do, with a late-night show. In a March interview with noted investigative journalist Jimmy Kimmel, Hillary Clinton laid out a concrete plan to publicly reveal the contents of any top-secret government files on extraterrestrial life if elected president. “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.”
This could easily be written off as a goofy bit of late-night banter, but a closer inspection reveals that Clinton has actually done her homework on the subject. When Kimmel brings up the subject of UFOs, Clinton is quick to jump in, explaining that the term UAP—unexplained aerial phenomena—is actually the “latest nomenclature.” This isn’t the kind of reaction you’d expect from someone who had been prepped with a single canned line on the off chance she encountered a kooky voter. This is the kind of reaction you’d expect from someone who seems to believe The Truth might actually Be Out There.
Hillary Clinton, who once dreamed of being an astronaut, comes by this unlikely position honestly. Campaign chairman John Podesta, who also served as Bill’s chief of staff, has long since embarked on an unlikely second career as an advocate for government transparency on extraterrestrial life.
It’s interesting how seriously the writer takes Hillary on this.
Do you think a Republican woman would get the same treatment?