A Facebook event called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us”, scheduled for September 20 this year, calls for the event’s attendees to storm the highly-classified Area 51 facility located in the Nevada desert. Since its posting in early July, nearly two million people have signed up toread more

It’s no secret that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her campaign chairman John Podesta have a keen interest in the subject of unidentified flying objects — both have publicly discussed this interest, and their intention to instigate disclosure of any material that they’re able to obtain. Correspondence found in the recent Wikileaks release of Clinton’s hacked emails reinforce their views, showing Podesta discussed UFOs with late Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, as well as other individuals that may have had insider information on the subject.read more

In a recent interview with CNN, John Podesta reiterated the intentions regarding UFO disclosure stated earlier by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Clinton had previously pledged that, if elected president, she will obtain and declassify as many records as the federal government has available.

Podesta is currently Clinton’s campaign chairman, and says he intends to hold her to her promise of disclosure if she is elected. He also feels the public is ready for disclosure: "The U.S. government could do a much better job in answering the legitimate questions that people have about what’s going on with unidentified aerial phenomena, and the American people can handle the truth, so they should just do a thorough search, and open it up."
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At a recent editorial board meeting with the New Hampshire newspaper The Conway Daily Sun, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reminisced with a reporter about a conversation they had in 2007, regarding the subject of UFOs. If she is elected president, she said that she would address the issue of disclosure: "Yes, I’m going to get to the bottom of it."

Clinton also said that her campaign chairman, John Podesta, made her promise to address the issue of disclosure: "He has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out. One way or another. Maybe we could have, like, a task force to go to Area 51."
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