E.T.: Call home as soon as you can because Hillary Clinton’s been trying to text you in an all out bid to exploit you and the Extraterrestrial Personhood.
Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has launched herself into outer space to gender identify as an Extra Terrestrial, a venture so successful she’s now been UFO enthusiast tagged, “The E.T. president’.
It’s now Buh-bye ‘Pantsuit President’, hello E.T.!
Extra Terrestrials, who have always known who they are gender wise, won’t be happy to find the hypocritical self-described ‘Savior of Earth Women’ among their midst.
According to the Times of London: “Mrs. Clinton has vowed that barring any threats to national security, she would open up government files on the subject, a shift from President Obama, who typically dismisses the topic as a joke. Her position has elated U.F.O. enthusiasts, who have declared Mrs. Clinton the first ‘E.T. candidate’.” (Washington Times, May 12, 2016)
“Media coverage of what has come to be called the “Hillary Clinton UFO story” has gone from quiet mentions in lesser known publications to bodacious stories from major news organizations.
In the past 48 hours, both The New York Times and The Times of London have addressed a complicated, mystifying narrative which has emerged in past months. Mrs. Clinton, former President Bill Clinton, senior advisor John Podesta and even President Obama have publicly acknowledged UFOs, extraterrestrials and other topics previously confined to the X-Files realm.
“UFO fans are rooting for Hillary Clinton to win the White House, hoping that her avid interest in theories of alien life will lead to secret U.S. files on the subject being made public,” the New York paper noted Tuesday.
Question to UFO enthusiasts who have called on the wrong leader: How long have Mrs. Clinton’s interests of alien life been “avid”.
Since her campaign for president got underway.
It’s not that Hillary cares—REALLY CARES—about UFOs. She’s cashing in on what she sees as the exploitable UFO vote count.
Red flagging Stephen Bassett, a registered lobbyist and “disclosure” activist who has urged the White House, military and federal government to release official records about such phenomena, who deems the “political media coverage of the extraterrestrial presence issue” unprecedented.
“Mr. Bassett has followed Mrs. Clinton’s link to it all since 2001, his intense interest punctuated by press conferences, public events and congressional outreach. He also founded a research group and XXPAC - the “Extraterrestrial Political Action Committee.” (Washington Times)
Bassett is sincere about his long-held beliefs that Extraterrestrials are out there.
“MSNBC, Discovery Channel, The Boston Globe, The London Daily Telegraph, The Weekly Standard and a dozen other publications also covered the story Thursday. This year alone, the topic generated some 350 news accounts. (Washington Times)
“Mr. Bassett, along with an increasing cadre of journalists now following the story, say the former secretary of state’s interest in the subject can be traced back 21 years ago to her personal meeting with billionaire Laurance S. Rockefeller, who had long urged U.S. leaders to disclose some facts about the reported crash of a UFO in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947.
“Secretary Clinton will not make it into the White House without discussing the Rockefeller initiative with the American people,” Mr. Bassett said in an interview.
“The press, meanwhile, is now covering the Clinton/ET connection from a unique political angle, rather than as a sensational novelty designed to titillate the public and ramp up social media.
“Trust me. This is not about ‘clicks,’” said Mr. Bassett, referring to the goal of many journalists who seek to increase the online reader “clicks” for their work.
With Google masterminding her digital campaign for president, no one gets more clicks these days than Hillary Clinton, Mr. Bassett.
In her own mind, Clinton left the realm of mere earthlings a long time go.
Meanwhile, E.T., you can still call home, but whatever you do, don’t send Hillary any emails.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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