The Rushmore Report: How the Trump Win May Bury UFO Evidence Forever


Alien truth-seekers are mourning the fact that Hillary Clinton’s hopes of becoming the first female president of the United States have been dashed. Why? Because Mrs. Clinton had promised to open up classified UFO files if she made it to the White House. It seems Clinton had courted the UFO crowd for years. With her loss, the UFO mystery may be buried forever.

Clinton had wooed the so-called alien disclosure community for the past year after it was revealed that she and campaign manager John Podesta were ready to release any top-secret files held by the U.S. Government about the subject of aliens and UFOs.

Their pledge was closely followed by the Paradigm Research Group, a campaign organization set up by Steve Bassett, the only registered lobbyist on the UFO issue in the United States.

Mr. Bassett has been calling for an end to an alleged “truth embargo” that he and other UFO enthusiasts believe was put in place by global government to hide the truth about aliens visiting Earth from the public since the infamous 1947 Roswell UFO incident in New Mexico.

But now Mr. Bassett is hoping that Hillary Clinton and Mr. Podesta can still influence incumbent President Barack Obama to disclose the files and reveal the truth before he leaves office in January. A statement on the PRG website says, “There are 70 days left to persuade Secretary Clinton, John Podesta, and President Obama to engage the media on the extraterrestrial issue leading to a White House/Pentagon rapprochement and Disclosure under President Obama.”

In January, Mrs. Clinton said she also wanted 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 all questions and controversy over what the U.S. Government does or does not know about the mysterious subject. Responding to questions from a reporter during a campaign interview in New Hampshire, she said, “Yes, I am going to get to the bottom of it.”

About the Author

Jon Austin is a freelance writer in the United Kingdom. He covers science, nature, and the paranormal for the Daily Express, an online newspaper.


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