Presidential candidates have promised a lot to people of America during their campaigns. One of those promises made by Hilary Clinton relates to the disclosure of UFO and aliens.
The Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton said she also wants to open up on what is happening at the mysterious Area 51 military base in Nevada, where UFO conspiracists believe evidence of alien technology is hidden away.
Clinton claimed she would “get to the bottom” once and for all of questions and controversy over what the US Government does or does not know about the mysterious subject.
For years conspiracy theorists and UFOlogists have claimed that various governments have evidence of alien visitations and that they have been withheld from the public amid fears over the potential impact on religion and the rule of law.
Clinton has long had the support of the UFO movement for previously showing more than a passing interest in the topic.
But now she has cemented her stance on the view so no one among the so-called UFO disclosure movement is in any doubt when they go to the ballot box.
Responding to questions about UFOs from a reporter during an election interview in New Hampshire, she said: “Yes, I am going to get to the bottom of it.”
Clinton even admitted that she realises Earth may have actually been visited by extraterrestrials.
She went on to say she would try to set up a task force to investigate goings on at Area 51, where UFOers claim the remains of the alleged 1947 Roswell flying saucer crash in New Mexico and alien bodies were taken.
Clinton and husband former president Bill Clinton have allegedly tried to force disclosure of UFO files before, but even when the latter was in the White House it did not fully happen.
Bill Clinton allegedly met billionaire Laurance Rockefeller at his ranch in Wyoming in 1995 where they held discussions on the “Rockefeller Initiative” to secure release of all previously classified UFO files.
In 2007, Hillary Clinton acknowledged that among the top freedom of information (FOI) requests her husband received as president were requests related to UFO and alien disclosure.
Bill Clinton once admitted while president he did investigate claims about Area 51, but said although “stealth technology” was developed there, “there were no aliens.”
Hillary Clinton added in the new interview: “I think we may have been visited already. We don’t know for sure.”
In 2014 her campaign chairman John Podesta said his biggest regret during his time as top adviser to President Barack Obama was not securing release of classified UFO files.
Referring to Mr Podesta, Mrs Clinton said, “He has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out. One way or another. Maybe we could have a task force go to Area 51.”