Many of you may be surprised to read that presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has had a longtime interest in the subject of unidentified flying objects.
When her husband, Bill, was president they visited with billionaire Laurance Rockefeller at his estate at Jackson Hole, Wyoming. At that period of time a document initiated by Rockefeller titled the "UFO Briefing Document" was created. I have a copy of it. It contained information about the reality of UFOs.
In 2014, former President Bill Clinton on a late night television show (Jimmy Kimmel) admitted that he tried to get more information about UFOs but that he was unsuccessful.
Hillary was interviewed just recently on a campaign trip by a newspaper, the Conway Daily Sun, in New Hampshire on December 30. She was asked about UFOs and stated, "I think we may have been visited already. We don't know for sure. She promised to expose the aliens and get to the bottom of it."
My response to this is don't hold your breath.
In October 2007, at a debate when presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich of Ohio was asked about UFOs, he admitted that he had observed a UFO in 1982 when he was visiting actress Shirley MacLaine at her home in California.
It will be interesting to see if Hillary is asked what she thinks about this subject in her upcoming debates. I feel that the public should know her and the other presidential candidates' views about UFOs.
It is a known fact that John Podesta has participated in past UFO disclosure projects in Washington D.C. and he has been a member of the Clinton and Obama administrations. In fact, John Podesta is Hillary's campaign manager.
You may wonder what the latest is about UFOs. This subject is not carried in mainstream media for whatever reason. However, if you have access to a computer, you can get the up-to-date reported UFO sightings from the National UFO Reporting Center (nuforc.com) stationed near Seattle, Washington; the latest news from the Mutual UFO Network (mufon.com) which is located in Newport Beach, California; or our local organization, the Roundtown UFO Society (rufos.com) here in Circleville.
There are still hundreds of UFO sighting reports being made. Many of them can be explained as natural explanations but some are listed as unknown after serious investigations. Our own Michael Moore, of Ashville, is a UFO field investigator for Mufon and Rufos. Another source of UFO information is at our local Circleville Public Library. The monthly Mufon Journal is at the magazine rack and it has been donated to the library from Rufos since 1994. The January issue contains many recent strange sightings from Long Island, New York.
On Thursday, January 14 is our monthly Rufos meeting starting at 6:30 p.m. at the library. It is open to the interested public and is scheduled the second Thursday night of the month. This will start our 28th year of continuous monthly meetings. Our motto is "seeking answers."