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We don’t hear a lot about former President Bill Clinton anymore. When we do, it’s because Hillary is in the news, or it’s something tied to Jeffrey Epstein.
On Friday, an interview with Hillary was published and she said she wouldn’t run in 2024 because Biden plans on running.
She’s most likely just saying that to make nice with those currently running the Democratic Party, though. We know she wants to run, and Biden is a train wreck who’s absolutely destroying the country, so, the DNC is probably going to look for a way to get him out of the picture.
Of course, earlier this month Bill Clinton was in the news because the person who introduced him to Epstein suicided himself.
Clinton’s personal advisor, Mark Middleton, who let Epstein into the White House seven times, died at 59 early last month.
Middleton “was suspiciously found May 7th dangling from a tree with a shotgun blast hole through his chest and a cheap Dollar Store-type extension cord around his neck. The hell-bent businessman created his own makeshift gallows by trespassing onto a farm with a table.”
Middleton is widely regarded as the person who helped to cement Clinton’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein.
Now Bill is back in the news, and it doesn’t have anything to do with Epstein or Hillary.
The story is really out of this world.
The New York Post is reporting that “Clinton admitted in a new interview that he sent federal agents to find out if aliens were hiding out at Nevada’s so-called Area 51.”
The Post continued:
Clinton, in a Wednesday appearance on the Late Late Night with James Corden, said while he was president he and Chief of Staff John Podesta, “made every attempt to find out everything about Roswell,” and even “sent people to Area 51 to make sure there were no aliens.”
The ex-president said he sent his National Security Advisor at the time, the late Sandy Burger, to the mysterious Nevada Air Force base, whose legacy of secrecy has spawned conspiracy theories about aliens that have made the site the center of American UFO folklore.
“I said we got to find out how we’re going to deal with this because that’s where we do a lot of our invisibility research in terms of technology, like how we fly airplanes that aren’t picked up by radar and all that,” Clinton said. “So that’s why they’re so secretive.”
“But there’s no aliens that I know [of],” he added.
A few years ago, world-famous astronomers did tell Clinton that there is at least a 95% chance that there is other life in the universe, though.
President Trump yesterday called footage from the Pentagon showing "unidentified aerial phenomena" a "hell of a video" and said he wonders "if it's real."
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“On the other hand, Hillary and I went to Hawaii in 2018 to the big island where all the telescopes are on top of the mountain, including the Keck telescope, the largest in the world, and several countries have scientific teams there,” Clinton said. “So after we toured the telescope we went down and met with them.”
“I said ‘Do you guys argue about the likelihood of life in outer space?’ He said we have huge arguments,” he added.
“He said, ‘there are those of us who think it’s 85% likely and those of us who think it’s 95% likely.’ And these are people who spend their lives doing this.”
“He said ‘we think, in other words, it’s very unlikely that there is not life. There are a billion, not a billion planets, but a billion solar systems.”
The former president said we should be inspired by the prospect of life beyond Earth and that should make us want to take care of our earth.
“There are lots of mysteries out there which is why I think we should take care of this planet. I think we should hang onto it if we can,” he said, most likely sticking to a Democrat climate change script.
“But I also think it should keep us humble. There’s a lot of stuff we don’t know.”
Last December the British newspaper The Times reported that scientists at Cardiff University have suggested that the ammonia present in the atmosphere of Venus could have been created by living organisms. Apparently, this is just one circumstance among many in our solar system.
Despite the fact that no one is sure when or whether extraterrestrial life will be found, there is a strong probability that humans are not the only living creatures in the universe.
In an interview with The Times, Former NASA Astrobiology Institute head Carl Pilcher said it is “inconceivable when there are over 100 billion stars in this galaxy and over 100 billion galaxies in the universe.”
Also according to the report, a reverend and 23 other theologians were recruited by NASA to study how humans would react to the news of intelligent life on another planet.
A book titled “Astrobiology and Christian Doctrine” is supposed to be published this year and will contribute to a joint effort by NASA and Princeton University’s Center for Theological Inquiry to assess how humans will react when other intelligent life forms are discovered.
Maybe Bill knows more than he’s letting on. The government and military have been declassifying a ton of data and videos they have on UFOs lately for some reason. Maybe they think “we’re ready” for the news.
Last summer's UFO report raised more questions than answers and stunk of a government cover-up. The Pentagon's new office to collect information about UFOs cannot follow this pattern of secrecy. It needs to be transparent about its findings. Our country can handle the truth. pic.twitter.com/4CZozek4A1
— Rep. Tim Burchett (@RepTimBurchett) December 1, 2021