"If we were visited someday I wouldn't be surprised," he said. "I just hope that it's not like 'Independence Day.'" When Hillary Clinton was asked about those comments and the prospects for getting a visit from extraterrestrials, she replied, "I think we may have been.[visited already]. We don't know for sure." Her campaign chairman, John Podesta, has long called for more disclosure about UFO cases, although he hasn't said specifically what needs to be revealed. When he left his post as senior adviser to President Barack Obama, he tweeted that his "biggest failure of 2014" was his inability to secure the disclosure of UFO files. Today, Podesta noted Hillary Clinton's reported comment that he made the candidate "personally pledge we are going to get the information out" about aliens and Area 51."
Keith's note: Great. The goofy UFO beliefs of long-time Clintonite John Podesta are apparently one of the cornerstones of Hillary Clinton's new space policy.