E.T. Hillary Clinton

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UFO enthusiasts have “dubbed” Hillary Clinton the first “E.T. candidate.”

The prospect of a Hillary Clinton presidency has UFO enthusiasts “excited” because of her positions on “uncovering” and publicly “releasing” facts about “alien life.”

“Hillary has embraced this issue with an absolutely unprecedented level of interest in American politics,” said The New York Times alien researcher, Joseph G. Buchman, who has spent decades calling for more “transparency” in government about

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Clinton has spoken at “length” in her presidential campaign on topics as diverse as “Alzheimer’s research” and “military tensions” in the South China Sea “but it is her unusual knowledge about ‘extraterrestrials’ that has struck a small but committed cohort of UFO enthusiasts.”

I didn’t knew this. The last time I heard a candidate talk about “outer space” was when former Speaker Newt Gingrich promised a “moon base” in 2012.

That’s “real” leadership. “Health care? Gun violence? Foreign policy? Middle East, China, North Korea? ISIS?” Not so much.

Leaders like Newt Gingrich and Hillary Clinton are “focused” on more pressing issues like “outer space, moon bases, aliens, UFO’s and Mars visits.”

In a radio interview Hillary said, “I want to open the files as much as we can.”

Asked if she “believed” in UFO’s, E.T. Hillary said, “I don’t know. I want to see what the information shows.”

Then she added, “There’s enough stories out there that I don’t think everybody is just sitting in their kitchen making them up.”

During a recent interview E.T. Hillary “corrected” late-night host Jimmy Kimmel regarding his use of a term related to “alien life and UFO’s.”

“You know, there’s a new name,” Clinton told Kimmel when he specifically asked her about UFOs. “It’s Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon (UAP). That’s the latest nomenclature.”

E.T. Hillary 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.

Clinton, who often bemoans being the subject of “right wing conspiracy” theories, has shown surprising ease “plunging” into the discussion of the possibility of “extraterrestrial” beings.

She has said in recent interviews that as president she would release information about Area 51, the remote Air Force base in Nevada believed by some to be a “secret hub” where the government stores “classified” information about “aliens and UFO’s.”

The remark apparently came after E.T. Hillary was “briefed” by her presidential campaign chairman John Podesta regarding “alien life,” who also has an “infatuation” with UFO’s and is a crusader for the disclosure of government information on “unexplained phenomena that could prove the existence of intelligent life outside Earth.”

“The time to pull back the curtain on the topic is long overdue,” Podesta wrote in his foreword for the 2010 book “UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go on the Record,” by Leslie Kean, an investigative journalist.

At the end of last year, Clinton told the Conway Daily Sun that in regards to UFOs and alien life, she intends to “get to the bottom of it” if she becomes president.

“I think we may have been visited already,” she said in the interview. “We don’t know for sure.”

While Americans typically point to issues like the “economy and terrorism” as top priorities for the next president, a desire for answers about “aliens” has inspired a passionate bloc of UFO enthusiasts, who make their “voices” heard on social media.

Stephen Bassett, who lobbies the government on extraterrestrial issues, views a Clinton presidency as a chance to “finally” get the United States to “disclose” all it knows about life beyond Earth.

Since November 2014, Bassett’s organization has sent roughly 2.5 million “twitter” messages to presidential candidates, elected officials and the news media urging a “serious discussion” of the issue.

“That was a storm, and now it’s like a steady drip,” Mr. Bassett said.

Clinton’s position is not a political “response” to public sentiment since 63 percent of Americans “do not believe” in UFO’s, according to an Associated Press poll.

But it reflects the decades of overlap between the “rise to power” of Bill and Hillary Clinton and popular culture’s “obsession” with the universe’s most “mysterious” questions.

In 1996, E.T. Hillary was “ridiculed” after Bob Woodward reported, in his book “The Choice,” that as first lady she had held discussions with her “deceased” role models, Eleanor Roosevelt and Mohandas K. Gandhi.

The tabloid “Weekly World News” dreamed up sensational “headlines” about Clinton adopting an “alien” baby and having a “UFO love nest.”

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The Clinton presidency also “coincided” with the hit television series “The X-Files” and movies like “Independence Day,” which gave way to an era of “fascination” with the existence of “aliens” and the possibility of a government “cover-up.”

Podesta, an “X-Files” fanatic, ran a “fan club” for the show in the Clinton White House.

“The ‘X-Files’ fan club would like to invite you and Mulder to lunch at the White House. Don’t let the boss know,” he wrote in a 1998 email, referring to the show’s “fictional” F.B.I. agent Fox Mulder, according to White House documents.


In 1999, Podesta had an “X-Files” themed 50th birthday “party” that the Clintons attended.

When Podesta left the White House, he posted on Twitter: “Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the U.F.O. files. #thetruthisstilloutthere.”

E.T. Hillary, who speaks frequently about her childhood aspirations to be a NASA astronaut, has been “sympathetic” to Podesta’s efforts.

In 1995, she was photographed visiting Laurance S. Rockefeller, a billionaire philanthropist, in Jackson Hole, WY.

Under her arm she had tucked a copy of “Are We Alone?: Philosophical Implications of the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life,” by Paul Davies.

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Before that meeting, John H. Gibbons, the former director of the White House Office’s of “Science and Technology Policy,” had warned Clinton about Rockefeller, who had spent years “pressuring” the government to release files relating to a “1947 crash” near Roswell, N.M., that had become the “source of theories” about a cover-up of an “alien spaceship.”

He will “want to talk to you about his interest in extrasensory perception, paranormal phenomena and UFO’s,” Gibbons wrote.

The meeting enthralled “conspiracy” theorists and, in turn, “inspired” Hollywood writers.

“If you look at our mythology, there are elements of those kinds of meetings,” Chris Carter, the creator and executive producer of “The X-Files,’’ said in an interview.

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Carter, who is supporting Clinton, added, “If I have to become a fund-raiser to get an invite to her opening up the files, I’ll do it.”

When E.T. Hillary started to talk “openly” about UFO’s and government disclosure in her 2016 campaign, some activists “traced” the remarks back to the 1995 meeting with Rockefeller.

Other activists “do not care” as much about Clinton’s vow to “open the files,” but do want prominent politicians to seriously acknowledge that “humans may not be the only intelligent life in the universe.”

“It shouldn’t be a source of embarrassment to discuss it,” said Christopher Mellon, a former intelligence official at the Defense Department and the Senate Intelligence Committee.

 “We should be humble in terms of recognizing the extreme limits of our own understanding of physics and the universe.”

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I can’t wait for Donald Trump to catch wind of “E.T. Hillary” and start detailing how he’s going to build a wall around the “solar system and make the aliens pay for it.”


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