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Hillary Clinton and the UFO Disclosure – Part I


Hillary Clinton just gave what might be the most significant signal ever telegraphed to the American people about UFOs.  Or she just confirmed that the concussion she suffered three years ago has finally gotten to her.  On January 4, 2016, Hillary Clinton in response to a question from a reporter, stated that she intended to get to the bottom of the UFO issue and opined that she thought we had been visited, but wasn’t sure.  She also stated that “he” (John Podesta, her campaign manager) made her personally pledge to get the information out.  She suggested maybe a task force might be created to look into the matter.

This is not the first time a person running for the Presidency has expressed an interest in the topic.  President Jimmy Carter during his 1976 campaign stated that as President he would seek to get all the information about UFOs released to the public.  It has been reported that during a top secret intelligence briefing, one of the first questions the newly elected President Carter asked the then current CIA Director, George H. W. Bush, was whether he could he get access to the government’s information related to UFOs.  Bush denied the request stating that the President Elect had no “need to know” this information.

 President George H. W. Bush

President George H. W. Bush

Now in a strange twist, we fast forward to October 15, 2015, when that very same former C.I.A. Director and President, George H. W. Bush, while campaigning for his son Jeb Bush was asked whether the government would ever tell the truth about the UFO phenomenon.  His response was, “Americans can’t handle the truth.”  Jeb’s spokesman naturally said the comments didn’t represent the campaign.

Toward the end of the article, reporting on the President’s comments, the writer suggested that former President George H. W. Bush was likely suffering from some form of senility. However, undercutting that assertion in the very same article was President Bush’s comments in 1988 on the subject when his senility was not in question.  He verified that the issue was classified and that he knew a good deal about the issue.

So what are we to think of Hillary Clinton’s entrance into the quicksand of the UFO phenomenon?


The mainstream media has long practiced the habit of dismissing stories of the subject by making the obligatory comment about little green men.  Everyone then chuckles because educated media types all know that humans are the only beings in the universe. True to form, CNN suggested she was joking. But while she may have been somewhat playful in her demeanor, the substance and extent of her comments suggested purpose and planning.

Hillary Clinton has been involved in this discussion about UFO’s in what in the UFO community is referred to as the Rockefeller Initiative.  She has a good bit of background on the issue.  We can either assume she is senile, was just joking, or she has some calculated interest in revealing what would be the most important disclosure in human history.

The key is John Podesta.  He has stated that getting the UFO files released was his greatest failure while in the Obama Administration.


He encouraged Lena Dunham to ask Hillary about UFOs several months ago.

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The campaign did not disavow Hillary’s comments or suggest she was joking.  Also, keep in mind the comments were made on the weekend, at a small town newspaper, which is a prime time and location to test the waters on a new issue.

 Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton and Campaign Manager John Podesta

Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton and Campaign Manager John Podesta

The prime directive of any campaign manager is to stay on point.  Promoting the campaign manager’s UFO opinions is not part of that prime directive.  I find it hard to believe that the campaign hadn’t rehearsed this and probably a thousand other off the wall questions.  She could easily have said she had no interest in the topic. If she wanted to be playful, why not joke about Donald’s Trump hair being the vestigial remains of his Sasquatch heritage.

Of course maybe these were the gratuitous ravings of a politician trying to get the UFO communities vote. But she didn’t just make one statement.  She promised action.  These tangible expressions and promises for the government to review the issue are steps that no governmental official, past or present, has been willing to even acknowledge, much less pursue.

In this author’s humble opinion, the evidence for the UFO phenomenon is so overwhelming that only the uninformed will be surprised by the reality of UFOs.  (Check out the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure for a comprehensive background).  What the phenomenon represents is another matter.


Regardless of your view, the perplexing question is why interject it into the campaign? Or maybe even more perplexing, why didn’t Donald Trump immediately make a comment. He makes comments about every other issue.  In Part II, I will give some speculations as to a possible political strategy and its repercussions for both parties.

Darren Bond

Original Publication: http://nondoc.com/2016/01/25/racial-critiques-demand-a-totality-of-words-and-deeds/

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